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limited remastered 180g red & green LP + bonus 12" ep in gatefold sleeve - £39.99 | Buy
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Regarded as the greatest funk album of all time, ‘One Nation Under A Groove’ was released in September 1978 & gave the band their first platinum...

The Electric Spanking of War Babies (2023 reissue)

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limited 180g fluorescent green lp + obi strip in PVC sleeve - £28.99
Released in 1981 & the last in a decade-long run of Top 50 R&B albums, ‘The Electric Spanking Of War Babies’ was the band’s twelfth st...

Hardcore Jollies (2023 reissue)

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Released in October 1976 and dedicated to “the guitar players of the world”, it showed Funkadelic was the heaviest black rock band since Jimi Hendri...

FREE YOUR MIND… (2020 reissue)

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Also from 1970 is Funkadelic’s second LP.

FUNKADELIC (2020 reissue)

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Funkadelic’s first album, eponymously released in 1970, gets the HIQLP treatment to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
maggot brain (repress)


maggot brain (repress)

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The album’s critical reputation rests on its title track -An extended instrumental, Eddie Hazel lays down more than 10 minutes of astounding improvisation, over a simple rhythm section.

It is said that the album was recorded after the band had taken some yellow sunshine acid, and George then asked Eddie to play as if he had just heard that his mother had died, and then as if he had heard that she was in fact still alive. The resultant joyous release makes for one of the most exhilarating listening experiences that one could wish for. However this is more than simply a one track album. There are shorter more direct songs such as ‘Hit It And Quit It’ and ‘Can You Get To That’ that give a sense of the pop sensibilities that lie behind all the weirdness. It is a measure of bandleader George Clinton’s production skills that he is able to successfully integrate these numbers with the proto heavy-metal of ‘Super Stupid’ or the apocalyptic ‘Wars Of Armageddon’.