In 1984, Nathaniel Woolridge and Anthony Freeman--friends from right around here in Newark--recorded and pressed an intriguing/odd lp of echoey keyboard/casio drum machine soul with drugged Curtis Mayfieldesque vocals. They called their group 'Spontaneous Overthrow', pressed not much more than a hundred copies of a complete album, and then seemingly disappeared off the face of the universe. The lp's title was 'All About the Money' and it came out on 'New-Ark' records (get it?) Very few copies of the album have surfaced over the years; take a listen to the amazing title track, and the optimistic 'If We Can Work It Out.'..