I found this nifty, funky little educational tool a few days ago and was hyped-as-fuck, considering the rarity of it. Recorded in 1976, this scholastic device was released during a time when the U.S. was trying to teach the kids about the metric system and attempting to bring it into every U.S. household for everyday use (that ultimately failed). The record itself features a few funky jams including Ten Is The Number with numerous variations that cover Kilos, Liters, Kilometers and Meters, all produced by Jimmy Vann with heavy use of funky wah-wah guitars. There’s even a fat drum break on one of the joints, but it’s all about that Ten Is The Number – Kilos, a straight-forward fishscale-weighing apparatus. Word to Ghostface Killah.