|EP by Soul-Junk|
|Recorded||Tim Coffman, Rolltop Studios|
|The Phantom Tollbooth|||
1941 is a 2001 EP release from Soul-Junk. It was released as part of a 3-inch disc series by Absalom Recordings. Its sound is unusual even for Soul-Junk, consisting of purely instrumental electronic music blended with low-fi, jazz, and hip-hop. It is most similar to their album 1956. The song "Rubbernecker" is a remix of the song by the Danielson Famile.
- "Sticker Shawk"
- "Achilles Eye"
- "Rubbernecker (slo neck rub remix)"
- "Sulphur Puddle (feat. Chuck P.)"
- "All songs rhastered by Rafter Roberts"
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