FXHE to reissue Marc Pharaoh's 1996 EP, Soul Sounds 3

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  • The US artist, AKA Marc King, will return to Omar-S's label in May.
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  • The next release on Omar-S's FXHE Records is a reissue of a 1996 house record by Marc Pharaoh, AKA Marc King. Spanning three tracks, Soul Sounds 3 originally came out on Soul City, the now-defunct label started by "Mad" Mike Banks. It marks a return to FXHE for King, who released a 12-inch of original material as Marc King in 2015. It's also the first record to be reissued on the Detroit label since AJL Band 's 1979 album Take Me Dancing, which was re-released in 2017.Soul Sounds 3 is out in May. In addition to Soul City, King released on 430 West and Detroit Electronica Coalition. He also has writing credits on Scan-7's Black Moon Rising EP, which came out in 1993 through Underground Resistance. Listen to "My Body Is Strong."
    Tracklist 01. My Body Is Strong 02. Watch Your Step 03. Come Home FXHE Records will release Soul Sounds 3 in May, 2019. *Correction: A previous version of this article said that the last record to be reissued on FXHE was MK's "Given (MK Dub)," when in fact it was AJL Band 's 1979 album Take Me Dancing, which was re-released in 2017.