George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic

  • Yao Ming Wants the Dunk (Re-mix George Clinton)
    Yao Ming Wants the Dunk (Re-mix George Clinton)
  • For the Whole World to See
    For the Whole World to See
  • Dont Stop the Movement - EP
    Dont Stop the Movement - EP
  • George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic: Live at Montreux 2004
    George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic: Live at Montreux 2004
  • The Titanic: Get Yo A*s In the Water and Swim Like Me - EP
    The Titanic: Get Yo A*s In the Water and Swim Like Me - EP
  • DCat & Da Bomb 1.0
    DCat & Da Bomb 1.0
  • Album
    Album
  • Phtuture Trax Records New - EP
    Phtuture Trax Records New - EP
  • The Best of George Clinton Live
    The Best of George Clinton Live
  • Six Degrees of P-Funk: The Best of George Clinton & His Funk Family
    Six Degrees of P-Funk: The Best of George Clinton & His Funk Family
  • Greatest Hits - Straight Up (Remastered)
    Greatest Hits - Straight Up (Remastered)
  • Live & Kickin'
    Live & Kickin'
    Solid live funk from George & the all stars. Two Discs.
    Track Listing: Disc: 1 1. Cosmic Slop 2. Bop Gun (One Nation) 3. Standing on the Verge 4. Funk Gettin' Ready to Roll 5. Funkentelechy (Where'd You Get That Funk From) 6. Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off) 7. Let's Take It to the Stage 8. Good Love [Instrumental] Disc: 2 1. Maggot Brain 2. Make My Funk the P-Funk 3. Flash Light 4. Aquaboogie 5. Atomic Dog 6. Mothership Connection (Star Child) 7. Pepe (The Pill Popper) 8. Let's Get Satisfied/Dope Dog 9. Ain't Nuthin' But a Jam Y'all 10. State of the Nation
  • George Clinton: Greatest Funkin Hits
    George Clinton: Greatest Funkin Hits
  • T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M. (The Awesome Power of a Fully Operational Mothership)
    T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M. (The Awesome Power of a Fully Operational Mothership)
  • T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M. (The Awesome Power of a Fully Operational Mothership)
    T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M. (The Awesome Power of a Fully Operational Mothership)
    Clinton heads back to the future, evoking grooves of early '70s funk, and bringing back on board the P-funk all-stars. Clinton also renews his ties with the Hip Hop Nation.
    Track Listing: 1. If Anybody Gets Funked up (It's Gonna Be You) 2. Summer Swim 3. Funky Kind (Gonna Knock It Down) 4. Mathematics 5. Hard as Steel 6. New Spaceship 7. Underground Angel 8. Let's Get Funky 9. Flatman and Bobin 10. Sloppy Seconds 11. Rock the Party 12. Get Your Funk On 13. T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M. (Fly Away) 14. If Anybody Gets Funked up (It's Gonna Be You) [Colin Wolfe Mix]
  • Dope Dogs
    Dope Dogs
    Dope Dogs is all over the place: funk, R&B, hip-hop and ass-busting beats cover most of the ground. It all sticks together, however, on a loose-grooved concept about dogs, the government and drugs, and how they're tied together in one huge nationwide conspiracy.
    Track Listing: 1. Dog Star (Fly On) 2. U.S. Custom Coast Guard Dope Dog 3. Some Next Shit 4. Just Say Ding (Databoy) 5. Help Scottie, Help (I'm Tweaking And I Can't Beam Up!) 6. Pepe (The Pill Popper) 7. Back Against The Wall 8. Fifi 9. All Sons Of Bitches 10. Sick 'Em 11. I Ain't The Lady (He Ain't The Tramp) 12. Pack Of Wild Dogs 13. Tales That Wag The Dog 14. My Dog
  • Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome
    Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome
    On this follow-up to Mothership Connection, George Clinton uncharacteristically sticks to the same funk-disco formula. Check your brain at the door while Clinton feeds you infectious dance rhythms and irreverent lyrics that fuse anthemic chants with bizarre fairy tales and stream-of-consciousness ramblings. On "Wizard of Finance," Parliament returns to melodic 1960s soul while Clinton's hysterical lyrics are backed by soulful doowop-style vocals. "Flash Light" became a huge dance-floor hit but actually pales in comparison to the rest of the grooves. With talents including Bernie Worrell, Maceo Parker, and Fred Wesley on board, it's no wonder the profunk forces defeat the antifunk contingent.
    Track Listing: 1. Bop Gun (Endangered Species) 2. Sir Nose d'Voidoffunk [Pay Attention - B3M] 3. Wizard of Finance 4. Funkentelechy 5. Placebo Syndrome 6. Flash Light
  • Urban Dancefloor Guerillas
    Urban Dancefloor Guerillas
  • Computer Games
    Computer Games
    George Clinton's first solo album, he turns here to the early-'80s vogue for synthesizers and drum machines that would later become staples of hip-hop and techno production. This album is by far the best of Clinton's solo career, with nearly every song having its own character and its own strengths.
    Track Listing: 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
  • Uncle Jam Wants You
    Uncle Jam Wants You
    Almost as if Clinton and company wanted to atone for parts of One Nation Under a Groove, Uncle Jam Wants You takes not merely a more daring musical approach but a more forthright political stance. The cover art alone is brilliant, front and back showing Clinton in Huey P. Newton's famous Black Panther pose.
    Track Listing: 1. Freak Of The Week 2. (Not Just) Knee Deep 3. Uncle Jam 4. Field Maneuvers 5. Holly Wants To Go To California 6. Foot Soldiers (Star-Spangled Funky)
  • One Nation Under a Groove
    One Nation Under a Groove
    One Nation Under a Groove remains Funkadelic's most provocative release, as well as one of the funkiest long-players released in the disco era. The band vamps on a world where people of different color play each other's songs ("Who Says a Funk Band Can't Play Rock?!"), lose their inhibitions (the classic title track), and bond together with the glue of shared secrets (the wonderful "Groovallegiance"). Standout: the slow-grooved "Into You," in which a lover vows to stay true or a patriot pledges devotion to a new flag--take your pick.
    Track Listing: 1. One Nation Under a Groove 2. Groovallegiance 3. Who Says a Funk Band Can't Play Rock?! 4. Promentalshitbackwashpsychosis Enema Squad (The Doo Doo Chasers) 5. Into You 6. Cholly (Funk Gettin' Ready to Roll) 7. Lunchmeataphobia (Think, It Ain't Illegal Yet!) 8. P.E. Squad/Doo Doo Chasers ["Going All-The-Way-Off" Instrumental Version] 9. Maggot Brain
  • Mothership Connection
    Mothership Connection
    There's no questioning this album's impact, one that is still being felt via rap-induced aftershocks. In addition to its contemporary impact and continued longevity, the album was a massive success for Clinton and company upon its release in 1975, elevating the P-Funk collective to unparalleled heights in terms of audience. Some Parliament albums may be flawless, and others may be innovative, but this is the P-Funk zenith in more ways than one, perfect as well as perennial.
    Track Listing: 1. P-Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up) 2. Mothership Connection (Star Child) 3. Unfunky UFO 4. Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication 5. Handcuffs 6. Tear the Roof off the Sucker (Give up the Funk) 7. Night of the Thumpasorus Peoples 8. Star Child (Mothership Connection) (Promo Radio Version) (Bonus Track)
  • Hardcore Jollies
    Hardcore Jollies
    This album has everything you want from Funkadelic, nasty guitar work, great melodies, and long jams that will make you never want the music to stop. This is a top notch album, and really shows the groove and diversity of this legendary band.
    Track Listing: 1. Comin' Round The Mountain 2. Smokey 3. If You Got Funk, You Got Style 4. Hardcore Jollies 5. Soul Mate 6. Cosmic Slop 7. You Scared The Lovin' Outta Me 8. Adolescent Funk
  • Up For The Down Stroke
    Up For The Down Stroke
    This is soulful funk from Parliament, On Up For The Down Stroke the band, including one of the most influential bass players of all time, Mr William (Bootsy) Collins, is just getting started. The title cut is an anthem. WMBFG and POAB are slow and soulful. TESTIFY and GOOSE have the foundations of super, super heavy funk.
    Track Listing: 1. Up for the Down Stroke 2. Testify 3. Goose 4. I Can Move You (If You Let Me) 5. I Just Got Back [From the Fantasy, Ahead of Our Time in the Four Lands 6. All Your Goodies Are Gone 7. Whatever Makes Baby Feel Good 8. Presence of a Brain
  • Maggot Brain
    Maggot Brain
    This 1971 album, Funkadelic's second release, catches the ensemble in its early prime. The Hendrix-inspired dramatics come courtesy of Eddie Hazel, while Bernie Worrell admirably handles the keyboard chores. Clinton's humorous, sober lyrics address poverty, race relations, and drug use. Musically, the band covers lots of ground: Everything from smooth soul and heavy rock to abstract psychedelia and straight-on funky grooves has a place, and these jarring shifts are what make the album a revolutionary work.
    Track Listing: 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
  • One Nation Under a Re-Groove
    One Nation Under a Re-Groove
    Interpretation of P-Funk classics by The Clinton Administration: Phil Upchurch (guitar); Skerik (saxophone); Robert Walter (keyboards); Melvin Gibbs (bass); Clyde Stubblefield (drums); Chuck Prada (percussion); DJ Logic (turntables).
    Track Listing: 1. One Nation Under A Groove 2. (Not Just) Knee Deep 3. Cosmic Slop 4. Flash Light 5. Bop Gun (Endangered Species) 6. Mothership Connection (Starchild) 7. Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker) 8. Up For the Downstroke 9. Chocolate City 10. Hit It And Quit It
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