In the mid-1970's disco band Instant Funk formed in New Jersey, and they moved to Philadelphia in 1976 to record their debut album on TSOP Records. They also found success as a back-up band for many artists including Curtis Mayfield, MFSB, The O'Jays and Loleatta Holloway. Among their early hits as a back-up band was Evelyn "Champagne" King's 1978 disco hit Shame. In 1979, Instant Funk recorded their second album - their self titled debut on Salsoul Records - featuring their most well-known song I Got My Mind Made Up.
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