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Vinyl LP pressing. After an early start in doo-wop fronting the Parliaments, George Clinton helmed Funkadelic and Parliament, related hard funk projects at the border of the form's acceptability, employing crazed concepts, outrageous costumes, and drug-addled references to outer space. During the '80s and '90s, Clinton kept the fires burning with his P-Funk Allstars, a cosmic sloppy affair whose live shows continued to push the boundaries, as heard on this riotous live set delivered in Chicago, with extended jams on favorites such as "Mothership Connection (Star Child)," "Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)," and "Make My Funk The P-Funk," as well as the bluesy lament of "Pepe The Pill Popper." Dynamite!
Vinyl LP pressing. After an early start in doo-wop fronting the Parliaments, George Clinton helmed Funkadelic and Parliament, related hard funk projects at the border of the form's acceptability, employing crazed concepts, outrageous costumes, and drug-addled references to outer space. During the '80s and '90s, Clinton kept the fires burning with his P-Funk Allstars, a cosmic sloppy affair whose live shows continued to push the boundaries, as heard on this riotous live set delivered in Chicago, with extended jams on favorites such as "Mothership Connection (Star Child)," "Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)," and "Make My Funk The P-Funk," as well as the bluesy lament of "Pepe The Pill Popper." Dynamite!
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Vinyl LP pressing. After an early start in doo-wop fronting the Parliaments, George Clinton helmed Funkadelic and Parliament, related hard funk projects at the border of the form's acceptability, employing crazed concepts, outrageous costumes, and drug-addled references to outer space. During the '80s and '90s, Clinton kept the fires burning with his P-Funk Allstars, a cosmic sloppy affair whose live shows continued to push the boundaries, as heard on this riotous live set delivered in Chicago, with extended jams on favorites such as "Mothership Connection (Star Child)," "Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)," and "Make My Funk The P-Funk," as well as the bluesy lament of "Pepe The Pill Popper." Dynamite!
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