MFSB is the debut album by Philadelphia International Records houseband MFSB, released in 1973.
It also included instrumental covers of "Back Stabbers" by The O'Jays, "Family Affair" by Sly & The Family Stone, and "Freddie's Dead" by Curtis Mayfield.
The 2002 reissue on Epic/Legacy Records adds a live version of "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)". The only single from the album was "Family Affair", having "Lay In Low", as a b-side. The third track, "Something for Nothing" was sampled by Groove Armada (feat. Jeru the Damaja) for their track Suntoucher, as well as Jay-Z's 2003 song "What More Can I Say", Canibus' song "How We Roll" and JoJo's "Breezy" from her debut album.
- "Freddie's Dead" (Curtis Mayfield) - 7:12
- "Family Affair" (Sylvester Stewart) - 4:21
- "Something for Nothing" (Kenneth Gamble, Roland Chambers, Thom Bell) - 2:59
- "Back Stabbers" (Gene McFadden, John Whitehead, Leon Huff) - 6:30
- "Lay In Low" (Leon Huff) - 3:43
- "Poinciana" (Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon) - 5:50
- "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)" (Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff) - 3:54
- Bobby Eli, Norman Harris, Reggie Lucas, Roland Chambers, T.J. Tindall - guitar
- Anthony Jackson, Ron Baker - bass
- Leon Huff, Lenny Pakula, Eddie Green, Harold "Ivory" Williams - keyboards
- Earl Young, Karl Chambers, Norman Farrington - drums
- Larry Washington - percussion
- Vincent Montana, Jr. - vibraphone
- Zach Zachary, Tony Williams - saxophone
- Don Renaldo and his Strings and Horns