MISSION: TO REMEDY THE DEPLETION OF PURE FUNK ON THE PLANET Funk Shop recording artists Entropy released their second full-length studio album 'Crawl' on February 24, 2007. Twelve original compositions aimed to resurrect the pure, uncut funk back into today's culture of music. The music takes the listener through an individual's perspective of striving to find The Funk in today's world, from political/social commentary to changing concepts of love and the war between art and money. Inspired and influenced by James Brown, Parliament/Funkadelic, and Prince, Entropy is determined to bring back the funk into the national spotlight as a genre of it's own - as it once was. 'Crawl' is the record that will bring it back to the people. Entropy will begin the "Crawl Before You Walk" Tour in March 2007 in support of 'Crawl,' bringing back the funk to many of their fan base in the southeastern United States and beyond. In 2006, Entropy was voted Creative Loafing's (Atlanta) Best R&B/Soul Act - Reader's Pick, an accolade that punctuates their rising popularity and reputation as a formidable recording and live funk ensemble. 'Crawl' will not disappoint funk fans, new and old...a new funk order is rising!!!