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  • Maggot Brain (Chocofunkalatte Vinyl) Maggot Brain (Chocofunkalatte Vinyl) Quick View

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    Maggot Brain (Chocofunkalatte Vinyl)

    Ranked 486/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Limited Edition Of 1,000 Chocofunkalatte Colored Vinyl In A Deluxe Classic Style Gatefold Sleeve


    1971's Maggot Brain is Funkadelic's all-out masterpiece. Absolutely no one working in soul and funk at the time had the scope, or vision, to pull off the kind of record that George Clinton and his collaborators have made here. Eccentric funk jams are book ended by two of the heaviest tracks (Maggot Brain and Wars Of Armageddon) ever committed to tape. The title track, and album opener, is nothing short of mind-blowing, Eddie Hazel's guitar is a revolution brought on by Clinton asking him to play "as if your mother just died". An essential classic and the deepest album to come out of the Parliament-Funkadelic camp.

    1. Maggot Brain
    2. Can You Get To That
    3. Hit It and Quit It
    4. You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
    5. Super Stupid
    6. Back In Our Minds
    7. Wars of Armageddon
    Funkadelic
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  • Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic (Colored Vinyl) Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic (Colored Vinyl)


    Limited Edition Of 500 Blue & Green Vinyl In A Gatefold Sleeve


    1976's Tales of Kidd Funkadelic is the last Funkadelic album on Westbound Records and it was actually released after George Clinton and co. had left the label for Warner Bros. Just before leaving, Clinton (as a contractual obligation) delivered to their original label a collection of recently recorded outtakes (some leftover jams, songs, and funk pieces) which were released as the album Tales of Kidd Funkadelic (the LP did significantly better commercially than their first album for Warner Bros. Hardcore Jollies and included Undisco Kidd, an R&B Top 30 single).

    1. Butt-To-Buttresucutation
    2. Let's Take It To The People
    3. Undisco Kidd
    4. Take Your Dead Ass Home!
    5. I'm Never Gonna Tell It
    6. Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
    7. How Do Yeaw View You?
    Funkadelic
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    Computer Games

    Computer Games is the debut solo album by funk musician George Clinton. Conceived in the aftermath of a period marked by financial and personal struggles for Clinton, Computer Games restored his popularity. The single Loopzilla hit the Top 20 R&B charts, followed by Atomic Dog which reached #1. Continuing with its Respect The Classics campaign UMe will be reissuing this classic back on vinyl with a limited edition 3D cover that's mind blowing!
    1. Get Dressed
    2. Man's Best Friend / Loopzilla
    3. Pot Sharing Tots
    4. Computer Games
    5. Atomic Dog
    6. Free Alterations
    7. One Fun At A Time
    George Clinton
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    Maggot Brain

    Ranked 486/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

    Maggot Brain, released in 1971, is Funkadelic's all-out masterpiece. Absolutely no one working in soul and funk at the time had the scope, vision and, let's be honest, sheer lunacy to pull off the kind of record that George Clinton and his collaborators have made here. Eccentric funk jams are bookended with tracks like Maggot Brain and Wars Of Armageddon, which are some of the heaviest tracks ever committed to tape. The title track and album opener are nothing short of mind-blowing. An essential classic and the deepest album to come out of the Parliament-Funkadelic canon.

    1. Maggot Brain
    2. Can You Get To That
    3. Hit It and Quit It
    4. You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
    5. Super Stupid
    6. Back In Our Minds
    7. Wars of Armageddon
    Funkadelic
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Let's Take It To The Stage (Blue Vinyl) Let's Take It To The Stage (Blue Vinyl) Quick View

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    Let's Take It To The Stage (Blue Vinyl)

    Pressed On Blue Vinyl


    Originally released in April of 1975, Let's Take It To The Stage, is George Clinton's pioneering combo's seventh album for Westbound Records. Let's Take It To The Stage was the work of a group that had turned a corner, a combination of all the disparate aspects of Funkadelic's music up to that point: the extended jams, abrasive guitars, smooth ballads, direct vocals, psychedelic ingredients, sexual lyrics and dirty funk into the most short and to-the-point songs they'd ever recorded. Let's Take It To The Stage is cool music made by cool people for cool people. Blue vinyl in a gatefold sleeve.

    1. Good To Your Earhole
    2. Better By The Pound
    3. Be My Beach
    4. No Head, No Backstage Pass
    5. Let's Take It To The Stage
    6. Get Of Your Ass And Jam
    7. I Owe You Something Good
    8. Stuffs & Things
    9. The Song Is Familiar
    10. Atmosphere
    Funkadelic
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  • Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl) Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl)


    Reissued On Marbled Seashore Blue Vinyl In A Deluxe Gatefold Tip-On Jacket


    Originally released in 1974, Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On, is the 6th album from George Clinton's pioneering, funk-rock outfit. After a brief hiatus Standing On The Verge features the return of the blistering guitar work of Eddie Hazel, along with the consistently brilliant keyboards of future Talking Head Bernie Worrell. Another feather in the increasingly bizarre and brilliant cap of Mr. Clinton.

    1. Red Hot Mama
    2. Alice In My Fantasies
    3. I'll Stay
    4. Sexy Ways
    5. Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
    6. Jimmy's Got A Little Bit Of Bitch In Him
    7. Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts
    Funkadelic
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    Funkadelic

    The 1970 self titled debut from Detroit's nastiest, most shredding funk-rock group. Arising from the ashes of George Clinton's Plainfield, New Jersey-led R&B group, The Parliments, Funkadelic formed in the late '60s and, in addition to Clinton, included the blazing guitar of Eddie Hazel, organist Mickey Atkins, rhythm guitarist Tawl Ross and drummer Tiki Fulwood. Though firmly rooted in funk and soul, Funkadelic incorporated a dark psychedelic element, influenced by Hendrix and Sly Stone, to create a sound that was unparalleled at the time and since. Sampled by everyone from DJ Shadow to Ice Cube, De La Soul and the Beastie Boys, Funkadelic still sounds fresh today and is the first solid example of George Clinton's eccentric genius.
    1. Mommy, What's a Funkadelic?
    2. I'll Bet You
    3. Music For My Mother
    4. I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing

    5. Good Old Music
    6. Qualify and Satisfy

    7. What is Soul
    Funkadelic
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  • Let's Take It To The Stage (Gold Vinyl) Let's Take It To The Stage (Gold Vinyl) Quick View

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    Let's Take It To The Stage (Gold Vinyl)


    Limited To 500 On Gold Vinyl


    Originally released in April of 1975, Let's Take It To The Stage, is George Clinton's pioneering combo's seventh album for Westbound Records. Let's Take It To The Stage was the work of a group that had turned a corner, a combination of all the disparate aspects of Funkadelic's music up to that point: the extended jams, abrasive guitars, smooth ballads, direct vocals, psychedelic ingredients, sexual lyrics and dirty funk into the most short and to-the-point songs they'd ever recorded. Let's Take It To The Stage is cool music made by cool people for cool people. Limited edition of 500 gold vinyl in a gatefold sleeve.

    1. Good To Your Earhole
    2. Better By The Pound
    3. Be My Beach
    4. No Head, No Backstage Pass
    5. Let's Take It To The Stage
    6. Get Of Your Ass And Jam
    7. I Owe You Something Good
    8. Stuffs & Things
    9. The Song Is Familiar
    10. Atmosphere
    Funkadelic
    $23.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Live - Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan - 12th September 1971 (Awaiting Repress) Live - Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan - 12th September 1971 (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Live - Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan - 12th September 1971 (Awaiting Repress)


    First Time On Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 copies


    Tidal Waves Music proudly presents: FUNKADELIC Live - Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan - 12th September 1971


    Contained here is a unique snapshot of Funkadelic's live performance at the height of their powers. Recorded live at Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan on the 12th of September 1971, this is the only official in-concert recording from their early career.


    The crystal clear recordings here (taken from the soundboard master tapes) provide you with an overdose of free-floating psychedelic black rock and spaced-out jams that can only be described as 'Jimi Hendrix, James Brown & Sun Ra making a love-child live on stage'.


    This release also includes extensive & exhaustive liner notes from the Grammy-award winning professor of ethnomusicology 'Rob Bowman' who goes over each track in detail and also wrote down quotes from Bernie Worrell & Billy Bass.


    Featuring an all-star line up that includes George Clinton, Fuzzy Haskins, Calvin Simon, Grady Thomas, Ray Davis, Tyrone Lampkin, Eddie Hazel, Billy Bass Nelson, Bernie Worrell & former Isaac Hayes sideman Harold Beane.

    1. Alice in My Fantasies
    2. Maggot Brain
    3. I Call My Baby Pussycat (Fast Version)
    4. I Call My Baby Pussycat
    5. Good Old Music
    6. I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing
    7. All Your Goodies Are Gone (The Loser's Seat)
    8. I'll Bet You
    9. You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
    10. Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow (Instrumental)
    Funkadelic
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    Freaky Styley

    Produced by George Clinton, 1985's Freaky Styley serves as hands down the funkiest outing from the Chili Peppers to date and it also marked the welcome return of original guitarist Hillel Slovak and drummer Jack Irons. A huge step forward from the band's eponymous debut, more than a few Peppers classics reside here, including Jungle Man, Hollywood (a reworking of the Meters' Africa), Nevermind, Catholic School Girls Rule and The Brothers Cup.
    1. Jungle Man

    2. Hollywood

    3. American Ghost Dance

    4. If You Want Me to Stay

    5. Nevermind

    6. Freaky Styley

    7. Blackeyed Blonde

    8. The Brothers Cup

    9. Battle Ship

    10. Lovin' and Touchin'

    11. Catholic School Girls Rule

    12. Sex Rap

    13. Thirty Dirty Birds

    14. Yertle The Turtle
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
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  • Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow (Clear Vinyl) Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow (Clear Vinyl) Quick View

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    Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow (Clear Vinyl)


    Limited To 1000 On Clear Vinyl


    Funkadelic's second LP, originally released in 1970, is another straight up masterpiece from the stoniest, strangest funk and R&B group of all-time. Opening with the 10 minute title track complete with a shredding keyboard solo from Bernie Worrell and, of course, the six-stringed insanity of Eddie Hazel. One of George Clinton's finest sets of songs and another essential part of the Parliament-Funkadelic catalog reissued in a limited of 1,000 on clear vinyl in a deluxe gatefold jacket.

    1. Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
    2. Friday Night, August 14th
    3. Funky Dollar Bill
    4. I Wanna Know If It's Good To You?
    5. Some More
    6. Eulogy And Light
    Funkadelic
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  • Jams From The Heart (Awaiting Repress) Jams From The Heart (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Jams From The Heart (Awaiting Repress)

    Eddie Hazel rose to fame in the early '70s as part of George Clinton's Parliament/Funkadelic troupe. An extremely talented and underappreciated guitarist/songwriter, Hazel had no problem nailing down Hendrix-like guitar freakouts (Maggot Brain) or nasty, straight-up funk (Loose Booty, Red Hot Mama). Although drug abuse would hinder his talents (he went to prison in the late '70s and eventually died in 1993 because of it), Hazel still came through when inspired and focused. Although he did release one official solo album in 1977 (Games, Dames & Guitar Thangs), there wasn't much material left behind where the listener could hear Hazel cut loose on guitar due to the Clinton-generated pressure to write a hit single. All of this is solved by the Jams From the Heart EP, which features some of Hazel's greatest playing ever committed to tape. The tracks are from a 1975 studio session, when he was laying down demos for his upcoming solo debut. Quite simply, Hazel rips on guitar. Smedley Smorganoff opens up with Hazel getting the feel for the other musicians, while the near 12-minute Lampoc Boogie is the near-ultimate guitar showcase for him (the above-mentioned Maggot Brain gets top honors). The gut-wrenching ballad From the Bottom of My Heart is another long track, and is the only song on the album to contain vocals. The final selection, the short Unkut Funk, features some great band interplay on a fat groove, which wraps up the EP nicely.

    - Greg Prato (All Music Guide)
    1. Smedley Smorganoff (Inst.)
    2. Lampoc Boogie (Inst.)
    3. From The Bottom Of My Heart (Vocal/Inst.)
    4. Unkut Funk (Inst.)
    Eddie Hazel
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  • All Eyez On Me All Eyez On Me Quick View

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    All Eyez On Me

    Originally released on Death Row Records in 1996, All Eyez On Me is the fourth studio album from legendary rapper 2Pac. The album would be the last released during 2Pac's lifetime as he was murdered just 7 months later. Includes the two Billboard #1 singles, How Do U Want It and California Love and features guest appearances by Snoop Dogg, George Clinton, Dr. Dre and Nate Dogg among others.


    1. Ambitionz Az A Ridah

    2. All Bout U - (featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg/Nate Dogg/Dru Down)

    3. Skandalouz - (featuring Nate Dogg)

    4. Got My Mind Made Up - (featuring Dat Nigga Daz/Kurupt/Redman/Method Man)

    5. How Do U Want It - (featuring KC/JoJo)

    6. 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted - (featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg)

    7. No More Pain

    8. Heartz Of Men

    9. Life Goes On

    10. Only God Can Judge Me - (featuring Rappin' 4-Tay)

    11. Tradin' War Stories - (featuring Dramacydal/C-Bo/Storm)

    12. California Love (RMX) - (featuring Dr Dre/Roger Troutman)

    13. I Ain't Mad At Cha - (featuring Danny Boy)

    14. What'z Ya Phone # - (featuring Danny Boy)


    15. Can't C Me - (featuring George Clinton)

    16. Shorty Wanna Be A Thug

    17. Holla At Me

    18. Wonda Why They Call U Bytch

    19. When We Ride - (featuring Outlaw Immortalz)

    20. Thug Passion - (featuring Jewell/Dramacydal/Storm)

    21. Picture Me Rollin' - (featuring Danny Boy/Syke/CPO)

    22. Check Out Time - (featuring Kurupt/Syke)

    23. Ratha Be Ya Nigga - (featuring Richie Rich)

    24. All Eyez On Me - (featuring Syke)

    25. Run Tha Streetz - (featuring Michel'le/Mutah/Storm)

    26. Ain't Hard 2 Find - (featuring E-40/B-Legit/C-Bo/Richie Rich)

    27. Heaven Ain't Hard 2 Find

    2 Pac
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  • Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl) Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl)


    Reissued In A Limited Edition Of 500 Red & Blue Vinyl In A Deluxe Gatefold Tip-on Jacket


    Originally released in 1974, Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On, is the 6th album from George Clinton's pioneering, funk-rock outfit. After a brief hiatus Standing On The Verge features the return of the blistering guitar work of Eddie Hazel, along with the consistently brilliant keyboards of future Talking Head Bernie Worrell. Another feather in the increasingly bizarre and brilliant cap of Mr. Clinton.

    1. Red Hot Mama
    2. Alice In My Fantasies
    3. I'll Stay
    4. Sexy Ways
    5. Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
    6. Jimmy's Got A Little Bit Of Bitch In Him
    7. Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts
    Funkadelic
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  • America Eats Its Young (Colored Vinyl) America Eats Its Young (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    America Eats Its Young (Colored Vinyl)

    Reissued On One Red And One Green Vinyl In A Deluxe Tip-on Gatefold Jacket



    The 4th album from George Clinton's funk/psych/rock outfit, originally released in 1972, is a double LP of epic proportions. Deep and heavy grooves propelled by the always amazing guitar, bass and keyboard work of Eddie Hazel, William Bootsy Collins, and Bernie Worrell, respectively. Equally sleazy, political, heartfelt, and just plain bizarre, America Eats Its Young was, and remains, one of the few double albums of the 1970s that warranted every single minute of wax.

    LP 1
    1. You Hit The Nail On The Head
    2. If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce The Cause

    3. Everybody Is Going To Make It This Time

    4. A Joyful Process

    5. We Hurt Too

    6. Loose Booty

    7. Philmore


    LP 2
    1. Pussy

    2. America Eats Its Young

    3. Biological Speculation

    4. That Was My Girl

    5. Balance

    6. Miss Lucifer's Love

    7. Wake Up

    Funkadelic
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  • AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (Remastered) (Awaiting Repress) AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (Remastered) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (Remastered) (Awaiting Repress)

    Remastered


    When Ice Cube split from N.W.A after the group's seminal Straight Outta Compton album changed the world forever, expectations were high, too high to ever be met by anyone but the most talented of artists, and at his most inspired. At the time Cube was just that. With AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted the rapper expanded upon Compton, making a more full-bodied album that helped boost the role of the individual in hip-hop.


    Save the dramatic intro where a mythical Ice Cube is fried in the electric chair, his debut is filled with eye-level views of the inner city that are always vivid, generally frightening, generally personal, and sometimes humorous in the gallows style. Ripping it quickly over a loop from George Clinton's Atomic Dog, Cube asks the question that would be central to his early career, Why there more niggas in the pen than in college?, while sticking with the mutual distrust and scare tactics N.W.A used to wipe away any hopes of reconciliation (They all scared of the Ice Cube/And what I say what I portray and all that/And ain't even seen the gat). What I'm kicking to you won't get rotation/Nowhere in the nation he spits on the classic Turn Off the Radio, which when coupled with the intoxicating Bomb Squad production and Cube's cocksure delivery that's just below a shout, makes one think he's the only radio the inner city needs.


    The Bomb Squad's amazing work on the album proves they've been overly associated with Public Enemy, since their ability to adapt to AmeriKKKa's more violent and quick revolution is underappreciated. Their high point is the intense Endangered Species, a live by the trigger song that offers It's a shame, that niggas die young/But to the light side it don't matter none. This street knowledge venom with ultra fast funk works splendidly throughout the album, with every track hitting home, although the joyless You Can't Fade Me has alienated many a listener since kicking a possibly pregnant woman in the stomach is a very hard one to take. Just to be as confusing as the world he lives in, the supposedly misogynistic Cube introduces female protÉgÉ Yo-Yo with It's a Man's World before exiting with The Bomb, a perfectly unforgiving and visceral closer.


    Save a couple Arsenio Hall disses, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted is a timeless, riveting exercise in anger, honesty, and the sociopolitical possibilities of hip-hop.


    - David Jeffries (All Music Guide)

    1. Better off Dead
    2. The Nigga Ya Love to Hate
    3. AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
    4. What They Hittin' Foe?
    5. You Can't Fade Me/JD's Gaffilin'
    6. Once Upon a Time in the Projects
    7. Turn Off the Radio
    8. Endangered Species (Tales From the Darkside)
    9. A Gangsta's Fairytale
    10. I'm Only Out for One Thang
    11. Get off My *** and Tell Yo ***** to Come Here
    12. The Drive-By
    13. Rollin' Wit the Lench Mob
    14. Who's the Mack?
    15. It's a Man's World
    16. The Bomb
    Ice Cube
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    I Wish My Brother George Was Here

    Born in Oakland, California, the American underground hip hop MC Del tha Funkee Homosapien is the cousin of seminal west coast rapper Ice Cube, and began his career writing lyrics for Ice Cube's group, Da Lench Mob. In 1991, with the help of Ice Cube (also as executive producer) , Del released his debut solo album, I Wish My Brother George Was Here, at the age of 18.


    The album was a commercial success largely due to the popularity of the hit single, Mistadobalina.


    The title I Wish My Brother George Was Here is a reference to George Clinton, whose music was an influence on Del, as well as to the late pianist Liberace who would on occasion openly pine for his brother George to appear on Liberace's television program in the mid-50s.

    1. What Is A Booty
    2. Mistadobalina
    3. The Wacky World Of Rapid Transit
    4. Pissin' On Your Steps
    5. Dark Skin Girls
    6. Money For Sex
    7. Ahonetwo, Ahonetwo
    8. Prelude
    9. Dr. Bombay
    10. Sunny Meadowz
    11. Sleepin' On My Couch
    12. Hoodz Come In Dozens
    13. Same Ol' Thing
    14. Ya Lil' Crumbsnatchers
    Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
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    America Eats Its Young

    More George Clinton and Funkadelic weirdness interspersed with some of the tightest, funkiest funk you'll ever hear including Loose Booty among others. Cut in 1972, America Eats Its Young still sounds as fresh and out there as ever!
    1. You Hit The Nail On The Head
    2. If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce The Cause
    3. Everybody Is Going To Make It This Time
    4. A Joyful Process
    5. We Hurt Too
    6. Loose Booty
    7. Philmore
    8. I Call My Baby Pussycat
    9. America Eats Its Young
    10. Biological Speculation
    11. That Was My Girl
    12. Balance
    13. Miss Lucifer's Love
    14. Wake Up
    Funkadelic
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    Cosmic Slop

    Another classic LP from the P-Funk camp, originally released in 1973. The title track is an absolute stone classic funk jam and Nappy Dugout is another heavily sampled nugget (most notably on A Tribe Called Quest's Ham And Eggs). George Clinton gets heavy too, in the harrowing Vietnam War spoken word March To The Witch's Castle. Get down with another killer Funkadelic title.
    1. Nappy Dugout
    2. You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure
    3. March To Witch's Castle
    4. Let's Make It Last
    5. Cosmic Slop
    6. No Compute
    7. This Broken Heart
    8. Trash A-Go-Go
    9. Can't Stand The Strain
    Funkadelic
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    Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow

    Funkadelic's second LP, originally released in 1970, is another straight up masterpiece from the stoniest, strangest funk and R&B group of all-time. Opening with the 10 minute title track complete with a shredding keyboard solo from Bernie Worrell and, of course, the six-stringed insanity of Eddie Hazel. One of George Clinton's finest sets of songs and another essential part of the Parliament-Funkadelic catalog.
    1. Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
    2. Friday Night, August 14th
    3. Funky Dollar Bill
    4. I Wanna Know If It's Good To You?
    5. Some More
    6. Eulogy And Light
    Funkadelic
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    Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On

    Another glorious, otherworldly release from George Clinton and company, especially fans of guitarist Eddie Hazel who received co-writing credit on all of the album's hard-edged funk tracks. This 1974 release is one of Funkadelics most cohesive offerings as well as one of their most popular.
    1. Red Hot Mama
    2. Alice In My Fantasies
    3. I'll Stay
    4. Sexy Ways
    5. Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
    6. Jimmy's Got A Little Bit Of Bitch In Him
    7. Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts
    Funkadelic
    $21.99
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    Cosmic Slop (Colored Vinyl)

    Limited Edition Of 500 On Blue & Yellow Vinyl With A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket


    Another classic LP from the P-Funk camp, originally released in 1973. The title track is an absolute stone classic funk jam and Nappy Dugout is another heavily sampled nugget (most notably on A Tribe Called Quest's Ham And Eggs). George Clinton gets heavy too, in the harrowing Vietnam War spoken word song March To The Witch's Castle.

    1. Nappy Dugout
    2. You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure
    3. March To Witch's Castle
    4. Let's Make It Last
    5. Cosmic Slop
    6. No Compute
    7. This Broken Heart
    8. Trash A-Go-Go
    9. Can't Stand The Strain
    Funkadelic
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    Funkadelic (Colored Vinyl)


    Limited Edition Of 500 Red & Blue Vinyl In A Deluxe Classic Style Jacket


    The 1970 debut from Detroit's nastiest, most shredding progenitors of funk-rock. Funkadelic formed in the late '60s and, in addition to Clinton, included the blazing guitar of Eddie Hazel, organist Mickey Atkins, rhythm guitarist Tawl Ross, and drummer Tiki Fulwood. Though firmly rooted in funk and soul, Funkadelic incorporates a dark psychedelic element, influenced by Hendrix and Sly Stone, to create a sound that was unparalleled at the time. Sampled by everyone from DJ Shadow to Ice Cube, Funkadelic still sounds fresh today and is the first solid example of George Clinton's eccentric genius.

    1. Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?
    2. I Bet You
    3. Music For My Mother
    4. I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing
    5. Good Old Music
    6. Qualify and Satisfy
    7. What Is Soul
    Funkadelic
    $23.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    $34.99
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    Ahh... The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!

    Produced by George Clinton


    Following up on their debut Stretchin' Out In Bootsy's Rubber Band [MOVLP1375], Ahh The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! is the second album by American Funk act Bootsy's Rubber Band, originally released in 1977. The album was produced by Parliament Funkadelic's funk meister George Clinton and bass player & front man William Bootsy Collins. With the help of Clinton, the band has released four LPs in the '70s. This particular album reached number One on Billboard magazine's Top R&B/Soul albums chart.


    The band features Bootsy's brother Phelps Catfish Collins, Jr on guitar, Frankie Kash on drums, Frederick Flintstone Allen on drums and James Brown regulars Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley on horns. Guest appearances include saxophonist Randy and trumpeter Michael Brecker, and keyboardist Bernie Worrell, amongst others.


    Everything on the album is excellent, that is true of up-tempo smokers like The Pinocchio Theory and the title song as well as slow, moody, eerie offerings such as What's a Telephone Bill? and Munchies For Your Love. The lyrics are consistently humorous and clever, the grooves are consistently infectious. Ahh... The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! bears that distinctive P-funk sound, and is essential listening for lovers of hard 1970s Funk.

    Side A - El Uno - A Friendly Boo
    1. Ahh...the Name Is Bootsy, Baby
    2. The Pinocchio Theory
    3. Rubber Duckie
    4. Preview Side Too


    Side B - Un Dos - Geepieland Music
    1. What's A Telephone Bill?
    2. Munchies For Your Love
    3. Can't Stay Away
    4. Reprise: We Want Bootsy

    Bootsy's Rubber Band
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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