Digitally remastered and expanded edition featuring nine bonus tracks (one of them previously unreleased). All In A Night's Work was the ninth studio album by the funk and disco group KC And The Sunshine Band, which was produced by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch. The album was released in 1982 on the Epic label. The album had a more commercial sound than their 1981 album The Painter, with highlights that include "(You Said) You'd Give Me Some More" and "Party With Your Body", two of the most joyous 80's dance confections imaginable. The former features an intro that is strikingly similar to the one featured on Patti LaBelle's "New Attitude" a couple of years later, and the latter's lyrics ("Jazzercise is the latest trend") are sure to prompt a smile. The album also includes "Give It Up', which charted in the UK but failed to make an impression stateside, at least until it was added to KC's next album, KC 10, a couple of years later. This expanded edition also includes covers of Stevie Wonder's "Uptight" and Sly Stone's "Thank You", but after revisiting the rhythm and groove of All In A Night's Work, we hope Casey never stops wanting to be our Boogie Man.