The Mighty Pearstine "Perk" Badger cut a handful of sides for his own Hit Sound (and Hit Bound) and the local Miami Wax-Wel labels in the late 1960s and early 1970s, including a low-fidelity attempt at the anthemic "Do Your Stuff". A few years later, Perk took another stab, enlisting the help of Arnold Albury's The Rising Suns, a major force in Henry Stone's TK operation. The results were raw, magical, heavy-hitting funk. It is debatable whether or not the reworked single ever saw distribution, but it would become his closest thing to a hit in 2014 when it found its way from a deep cut on Numero's Eccentric Soul: The Outskirts of Deep City to an international Nike ad campaign. Finally issued as it was intended, on a bright replica Suncut label with bottom-heavy refurbished sound.