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    Recorded during the band's stay with legendary Detroit-based label, Westbound Records, the track-listing is a Funkadelic fan's delight. Four finished songs and five jams or instrumental tracks. None of these recordings are necessarily in finished form, nonetheless, despite their raw state, as historical artifacts they are nothing less than fascinating. Detailed sleeve notes by Funkadelic expert Rob Bowman, who comments that 'the songs and the jams on this compilation provide a window into the creative energies of early 70s Funkadelic'.

    1. Heart Trouble AKA You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure
    2. Talk About Jesus
    3. The Goose (That Laid The Golden Egg)
    4. Vampy Funky Bernie (3rd Tune Olympic)
    5. Slide On In (2nd Tune Olympic)
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    UK only vinyl pressing! With each successive release, Funkadelic was streamlining its sound, a process culminating in such early '70s classics as Cosmic Slop. The group's acid rock-heavy early work had metamorphosed into straight-up, party hearty funk, with lyrics that alternate between the serious (the title track) and the humorous 'No Compute'. It may not be as awe-inspiring as their masterpiece, Maggot Brain, but, more than any other Funkadelic album, Cosmic Slop stresses the importance of the almighty groove. The album opens with one of Funkadelic's funkiest tracks ever, the largely instrumental 'Nappy Dugout'. It's clear from the start that Funkadelic, despite a revolving cast of characters, is one of the tightest bands around.

    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. Broken Heart
    8. Trash A-Go-Go
    9. Can't Stand The Strain
    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?
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  • U.S. Music With Funkadelic U.S. Music With Funkadelic Quick View

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    U.S. Music With Funkadelic

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    Limited edition vinyl! In 1972 as the lineup of Funkadelic that had made the first three albums collapsed in on themselves, some members shuttled back and forth between Detroit and Toronto and kept recording. One of the projects that was embarked upon was an LP by a group called U.S. (United Soul), a single Baby I Owe You Something Good b/w I Miss My Baby appeared that year credited to U.S. music with Funkadelic. The original album of five tracks includes some prime era Funkadelic grooves including the outrageous Rat Kiss The Cat On The Navel and Be What You Is which are both uptempo psychedelic funk, as well as the wonderful gospel-imbued vocals of Gary Shider on the opener This Broken Heart. An album reached test-pressing stage, but was never released.

    1. This Broken Heart
    2. Baby I Owe You Something Good
    3. Be What You Is
    4. I Miss My Baby
    5. Rat Kiss The Cat On The Naval
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  • Maggot Brain Maggot Brain Quick View

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    Maggot Brain

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


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    Maggot Brain is the third studio album by the American funk band Funkadelic, released in 1971 on Westbound Records. It was the last album that featured the original Funkadelic lineup; shortly after Maggot Brain was recorded, Tawl Ross, Eddie Hazel, Billy Nelson, and Tiki Fulwood left the band for various reasons. The album incorporates musical elements of psychedelia, rock, gospel, and soul music, with significant variation between each track. Pitchfork Media named it the seventeenth best album of the 1970s.

    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. War of Armageddon
    Funkadelic
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  • Funkadelic Funkadelic Quick View

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    Funkadelic

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    1. Mommy, Whats a Funkadelic?
    2. I Bet You
    3. Music For My Mother

    4. I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing, Everybodys Got A Thing

    5. Gold Old Music

    6. Qualify & Satisfy
    7. What Is Soul
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  • Tales of Kidd Funkadelic Tales of Kidd Funkadelic Quick View

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    Tales of Kidd Funkadelic

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    1. Butt to Buttresucitation
    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
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