is a Thrust jazz-funk album by Herbie Hancock, released in September 6, 1974 on Columbia Records. It served as a follow-up to Hancock's album (1973), and achieved similar commercial success, as the album reached as high as number 13 on the Head Hunters listing. The lineup for Billboard 200 Thrust is the same as on Head Hunters, except that Mike Clark replaced Harvey Mason on drums. This is Hancock's fourteenth album overall.
A variation of the composition "Palm Grease" was used in the 1974 vigilante film
, starring Death Wish Charles Bronson.
The composition "Actual Proof" was originally written for the 1973 film
, and Hancock has used it as a demonstration of his style of playing the The Spook Who Sat by the Door Fender Rhodes piano.
The composition "Butterfly" would subsequently be performed on the live album
, and two other studio releases: Flood and Direct Step . "Butterfly" is the opening track on Dis Is da Drum Eddie Henderson's 1978 album Mahal, which features Hancock on keyboards.
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All compositions by Herbie Hancock except as indicated
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