Funkadelic

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

America Eats Its Young
New - LP - 4M179
Sealed 180gm 2LP Gatefold Reissue Of The 1972 Album. more
America Eats Its Young
New Import - SEW2 029
Sealed, latest UK reissue housed in a gatefold jacket. America Eats Its Young is a highly acclaimed album by the legendary funk band Funkadelic, released in 1972. The album is a unique blend of psychedelic rock, soulful funk, and political commentary, and is considered one of the most experimental and innovative records of its time. Featuring the talents of musicians such as George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, and Eddie Hazel, the album is a classic representation of the P-Funk sound that would go on to define the band's legacy. The album features a range of political and social themes, including references to the Vietnam War and racism in America. The music is a combination of hard-hitting funk rhythms, psychedelic guitar riffs, and soulful vocals, creating a sound that is both politically charged and musically captivating. America Eats Its Young is an essential addition to any music lover's collection, and stands the test of time as a true masterpiece of funk and rock music. more
Best Of Funkadelic 1976-1981
New - LP - GRLPD 104
Long Out Of Print 1994 2LP UK 11 Track Compilation Featuring Unique Cover Art By Luke Davies. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Best Of The Early Years, Volume One
Used - LP - WB 303
Rare 1974 Collection. Saw-Cut. Jacket Is VG++, Vinyl Is Mint. more
Best Of The Early Years, Volume One
Used - LP - WB 303
1974 First Pressing.Cut Corner. Appears Unplayed. more
Best Of The Early Years, Volume One
Used - LP - WB 303
1974 Original With Timing Strip And COH. more
By The Way Of The Drum
Used - 12 - 23953
1989 12" Single With Gold Promo Stamp On Back. Contains Three Mixes Of The Title Track (Extended Version, Dub, Basstrumental). more
Connections & Disconnections
Used - LP - JW 37087
1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. At The End Of The 1970s, The Titanic Parliament-Funkadelic Empire Was Starting To Crumble. This Was Caused By A Combination Of Factors, From George Clinton's Poor Financial Management To A Clash Of Interests Between The Many Musicians That Had Been Signed Up Over The Years. Many Of The Band's Key Members Departed, Including Glenn Goins, To Form Quazar, And Jerome Brailey To Form Mutiny. Three Singers Who Had Been With Clinton In The Parliaments Since The Late 1950s, Haskins, Simon, And Thomas, Departed In Protest In 1977 Because They Felt Increasingly Sidelined By The Influx Of New P-Funk Musicians. They Formed Their Own Band And Called It Funkadelic, Recording Connections & Disconnections For Release In 1981. more
Connections & Disconnections
Used - LP - JW 37087
1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. At The End Of The 1970s, The Titanic Parliament-Funkadelic Empire Was Starting To Crumble. This Was Caused By A Combination Of Factors, From George Clinton's Poor Financial Management To A Clash Of Interests Between The Many Musicians That Had Been Signed Up Over The Years. Many Of The Band's Key Members Departed, Including Glenn Goins, To Form Quazar, And Jerome Brailey To Form Mutiny. Three Singers Who Had Been With Clinton In The Parliaments Since The Late 1950s, Haskins, Simon, And Thomas, Departed In Protest In 1977 Because They Felt Increasingly Sidelined By The Influx Of New P-Funk Musicians. They Formed Their Own Band And Called It Funkadelic, Recording Connections & Disconnections For Release In 1981. more
Cosmic Slop
Used - LP - W 223
Rare 1973 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Cosmic Slop
New - LP - 4M173
Sealed 180gm Gatefold Reissue. more
Cosmic Slop
New - LP - W 223
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original With Small Cut Corner. more
Electric Spanking Of War Babies
New - LP - BSK 3482
Sealed 1981 Gatefold Original. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. more
Electric Spanking Of War Babies
New - LP - GRLP 102
Sealed, Long Out Of Print UK Gatefold Reissue Of The All-Time P-Funk Classic Featuring Completely Different (Erotic) Artwork Front And Back. more
Electric Spanking Of War Babies
New - LP - P1 53874
Sealed 1991 Gatefold Reissue Featuring Completely Different Artwork Than The 1981 Warner Brothers Release. more
Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
New Import - HIQLP 077
Sealed 2020 50th anniversary reissue pressed on 180gm blue vinyl. Custom blue hype sticker on shrink. “It's One Of The Best Titles In Modern Musical History, For Song And For Album, And As A Call To Arms Mentally And Physically The Promise Of Funk Was Never So Perfectly Stated. If It Were Just A Title Then There'd Be Little More To Say, But Happily, Free Your Mind Lives Up To It Throughout As Another Example Of Funkadelic Getting Busy And Taking Everyone With It. The Title Track Itself Kicks Things Off With Rumbling Industrial Noises And Space Alien Sound Effects, Before A Call-And-Response Chant Between Deep And Chirpy Voices Brings The Concept To Full Life. As The Response Voices Say, "The Kingdom Of Heaven Is Within!" The Low And Dirty Groove Rumbles Along For Ten Minutes Of Dark Fun, With Bernie Worrell Turning In A Great Keyboard Solo Toward The End -- Listening To It, One Gets The Feeling That If Can Were This Naturally Funky, They'd End Up Sounding Like This. From There The Band Makes Its Way Through A Total Of Six Songs, Ranging From The Good To Astoundingly Great. "Funky Dollar Bill" Is The Other Standout Track From The Proceedings, With A Great, Throw-It-Down Chorus And Rhythm And A Sharp, Cutting Lyric That's As Good To Think About As It Is To Sing Out Loud. The Closing "Eulogy And Light," Meanwhile, Predates Prince With Its Backward Masking And Somewhat Altered Version Of The Lord's Prayer And Psalm 23. At Other Points, Even If The Song Is A Little More Straightforward, There's Something Worthwhile About It, Like The Random Stereo Panning And Eddie Hazel's Insane Guitar Soloing On "I Wanna Know If It's Good For You," With More Zoned And Stoned Keyboard Work From Worrell To Top Things Off. The Amount Of Drugs Going Down For These Sessions In Particular Must Have Been Notable, But The End Results Make It Worthy.” AMG - Ned Raggett more
Free Your Mind...And Your Ass Will Follow
New - LP - WB 2001
Factory Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. Tiny CC, Small Spine Wear, Top left Corner. Old .99 Cent Price Tag Over Shrink. A Drug-Induced, Spaced-Out, Funk Masterpiece. more
Free Your Mind...And Your Ass Will Follow
New - LP - W 217
Factory Sealed 2nd Issue (Originals Have The WB 2001 Catalog Number) Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Cut Corner. “It's One Of The Best Titles In Modern Musical History, For Song And For Album, And As A Call To Arms Mentally And Physically The Promise Of Funk Was Never So Perfectly Stated. If It Were Just A Title Then There'd Be Little More To Say, But Happily, Free Your Mind Lives Up To It Throughout As Another Example Of Funkadelic Getting Busy And Taking Everyone With It. The Title Track Itself Kicks Things Off With Rumbling Industrial Noises And Space Alien Sound Effects, Before A Call-And-Response Chant Between Deep And Chirpy Voices Brings The Concept To Full Life. As The Response Voices Say, "The Kingdom Of Heaven Is Within!" The Low And Dirty Groove Rumbles Along For Ten Minutes Of Dark Fun, With Bernie Worrell Turning In A Great Keyboard Solo Toward The End -- Listening To It, One Gets The Feeling That If Can Were This Naturally Funky, They'd End Up Sounding Like This. From There The Band Makes Its Way Through A Total Of Six Songs, Ranging From The Good To Astoundingly Great. "Funky Dollar Bill" Is The Other Standout Track From The Proceedings, With A Great, Throw-It-Down Chorus And Rhythm And A Sharp, Cutting Lyric That's As Good To Think About As It Is To Sing Out Loud. The Closing "Eulogy And Light," Meanwhile, Predates Prince With Its Backward Masking And Somewhat Altered Version Of The Lord's Prayer And Psalm 23. At Other Points, Even If The Song Is A Little More Straightforward, There's Something Worthwhile About It, Like The Random Stereo Panning And Eddie Hazel's Insane Guitar Soloing On "I Wanna Know If It's Good For You," With More Zoned And Stoned Keyboard Work From Worrell To Top Things Off. The Amount Of Drugs Going Down For These Sessions In Particular Must Have Been Notable, But The End Results Make It Worthy.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Funkadelic
New - LP - W 216
Sealed 1975 2nd Issue Of Their 1970 WB 2000 Album. “Funkadelic's Self-Titled 1970 Debut Is One Of The Group's Best Early- To Mid-'70s Albums. Not Only Is It Laden With Great Songs -- "I'll Bet You" And "I Got A Thing..." Are Obvious Highlights -- But It Retains Perhaps A Greater Sense Of Classic '60s Soul And R&B Than Any Successive George Clinton-Affiliated Album. Clinton's Songs Are Essentially Conventional Soul Songs In The Spirit Of Motown Or Stax -- Steady Rhythms, Dense Arrangements, Choruses Of Vocals -- But With A Loud, Overdriven, Fuzzy Guitar Lurking High In The Mix. And When Clinton's Songs Went Into Their Chaotic Moments Of Jamming, There Was No Mistaking The Hendrix Influence. Furthermore, Clinton's Half-Quirky, Half-Trippy Ad Libs During "Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?" And "What Is Soul" Can Be Mistaken For No One Else -- They're Pure-Cut P-Funk. Successive Albums Portray Funkadelic Drifting Further Toward Rock, Funk, And Eventually Disco, Especially Once Bernie Worrell Began Playing A Larger Role In The Group. Never Again Would The Band Be This Attuned To Its '60s Roots, Making This Self-Titled Release A Revealing And Unique Record That's Certainly Not Short On Significance, Clearly Marking The Crossroads Between '60s Soul And '70s Funk.” Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide. more
Funkadelic
Used - LP - 2000
1975 Original. Hint Of Ring Wear On Dark Jacket. LP Looks Virtually Unplayed. more
Funkadelic
New - LP - 4M160
Sealed 2008 180gm Reissue. “Funkadelic's Self-Titled 1970 Debut Is One Of The Group's Best Early- To Mid-'70s Albums. Not Only Is It Laden With Great Songs -- "I'll Bet You" And "I Got A Thing..." Are Obvious Highlights -- But It Retains Perhaps A Greater Sense Of Classic '60s Soul And R&B Than Any Successive George Clinton-Affiliated Album. Recording For The Detroit-Based Westbound Label, At The Time Funkadelic Were In The Same Boat As Psychedelic Soul Groups Such As The Temptations, Who Had Just Recorded Their Landmark Cloud Nine Album Across Town At Motown, And Other Similar Groups. Yet No Group Had Managed To Effectively Balance Big, Gnarly Rock Guitars With Crooning, Heartfelt Soul At This Point In Time Quite Like Funkadelic. Clinton's Songs Are Essentially Conventional Soul Songs In The Spirit Of Motown Or Stax -- Steady Rhythms, Dense Arrangements, Choruses Of Vocals -- But With A Loud, Overdriven, Fuzzy Guitar Lurking High In The Mix. And When Clinton's Songs Went Into Their Chaotic Moments Of Jamming, There Was No Mistaking The Hendrix Influence. Furthermore, Clinton's Half-Quirky, Half-Trippy Ad Libs During "Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?" And "What Is Soul" Can Be Mistaken For No One Else -- They're Pure-Cut P-Funk. Successive Albums Portray Funkadelic Drifting Further Toward Rock, Funk, And Eventually Disco, Especially Once Bernie Worrell Began Playing A Larger Role In The Group. Never Again Would The Band Be This Attuned To Its '60s Roots, Making Self-Titled Release A Revealing And Unique Record That's Certainly Not Short On Significance, Clearly Marking The Crossroads Between '60s Soul And '70s Funk.” – Jason Birchmeier, AMG more
Funkadelic
New - LP - W 216
Sealed 1975 2nd Edition (First Pressings Have The W 2000 Cat # With The Sam,e Labels). Cut Corner. “Funkadelic's Self-Titled 1970 Debut Is One Of The Group's Best Early- To Mid-'70s Albums. Not Only Is It Laden With Great Songs -- "I'll Bet You" And "I Got A Thing..." Are Obvious Highlights -- But It Retains Perhaps A Greater Sense Of Classic '60s Soul And R&B Than Any Successive George Clinton-Affiliated Album. Clinton's Songs Are Essentially Conventional Soul Songs In The Spirit Of Motown Or Stax -- Steady Rhythms, Dense Arrangements, Choruses Of Vocals -- But With A Loud, Overdriven, Fuzzy Guitar Lurking High In The Mix. And When Clinton's Songs Went Into Their Chaotic Moments Of Jamming, There Was No Mistaking The Hendrix Influence. Furthermore, Clinton's Half-Quirky, Half-Trippy Ad Libs During "Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?" And "What Is Soul" Can Be Mistaken For No One Else -- They're Pure-Cut P-Funk. Successive Albums Portray Funkadelic Drifting Further Toward Rock, Funk, And Eventually Disco, Especially Once Bernie Worrell Began Playing A Larger Role In The Group. Never Again Would The Band Be This Attuned To Its '60s Roots, Making This Self-Titled Release A Revealing And Unique Record That's Certainly Not Short On Significance, Clearly Marking The Crossroads Between '60s Soul And '70s Funk.” Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide. more
Funkadelic
New Import - HIQLP 076
Sealed 2020 50th Anniversary 180gm Reissue on Orange vinyl. “Funkadelic's Self-Titled 1970 Debut Is One Of The Group's Best Early- To Mid-'70s Albums. Not Only Is It Laden With Great Songs -- "I'll Bet You" And "I Got A Thing..." Are Obvious Highlights -- But It Retains Perhaps A Greater Sense Of Classic '60s Soul And R&B Than Any Successive George Clinton-Affiliated Album. Recording For The Detroit-Based Westbound Label, At The Time Funkadelic Were In The Same Boat As Psychedelic Soul Groups Such As The Temptations, Who Had Just Recorded Their Landmark Cloud Nine Album Across Town At Motown, And Other Similar Groups. Yet No Group Had Managed To Effectively Balance Big, Gnarly Rock Guitars With Crooning, Heartfelt Soul At This Point In Time Quite Like Funkadelic. Clinton's Songs Are Essentially Conventional Soul Songs In The Spirit Of Motown Or Stax -- Steady Rhythms, Dense Arrangements, Choruses Of Vocals -- But With A Loud, Overdriven, Fuzzy Guitar Lurking High In The Mix. And When Clinton's Songs Went Into Their Chaotic Moments Of Jamming, There Was No Mistaking The Hendrix Influence. Furthermore, Clinton's Half-Quirky, Half-Trippy Ad Libs During "Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?" And "What Is Soul" Can Be Mistaken For No One Else -- They're Pure-Cut P-Funk. Successive Albums Portray Funkadelic Drifting Further Toward Rock, Funk, And Eventually Disco, Especially Once Bernie Worrell Began Playing A Larger Role In The Group. Never Again Would The Band Be This Attuned To Its '60s Roots, Making Self-Titled Release A Revealing And Unique Record That's Certainly Not Short On Significance, Clearly Marking The Crossroads Between '60s Soul And '70s Funk.” AMG - Jason Birchmeier. more
Funkadelic Finest
New - LP - SEWD 115
Sealed 1997 UK Reissue Transferred From Original Analogue Master Tapes. Includes The Bonus Limited Edition 12 Inch. more
Funkadelic's Greatest Hits
Used - LP - WB 1004
Beautiful 1975 White Label Promo, CC. Appears Unplayed. more
Funkadelic's Greatest Hits
New Import - SEW167
Sealed 2023 UK reissue. "The small Detroit-based Westbound label released this best-of collection in 1975, when Funkadelic made the jump to Warner. It never saw a CD release and only exists on vinyl, so it's a bit hard to track down. If you do stumble upon it though, you'll find that it's a suitable sampler of early Funkadelic singles, compiling many of the group's more up-tempo anthems from the early '70s such as "Hit It and Quit It" and "Loose Booty." Since it's from the pre-CD era, the album's track listing is rather brief at ten songs, but you really can't complain about any dull moments -- everything here is top-notch Funkadelic. In addition to this reason, you may want to consider picking this up because there are only a few best-ofs that feature Funkadelic's Westbound material. A small number were released on CD -- the excellent Finest single-disc collection being the preferred option -- but they're often difficult to find. If you can happen to find Music for Your Mother, don't think twice, not even if you have all the LPs or even if you have Finest -- get it for not only the edited singles but also for the B-sides and the extensive liner notes. As mentioned though, both Ace and Music for Your Mother aren't as widely available as they probably should be, so a dusty copy of Funkadelic's Greatest Hits just may have to suffice in the meantime, even if it doesn't include "Maggot Brain." AMG - Jason Birchmeier more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - WB 1004
Sealed 1975 Original. Small Cut Corner. Oh, How We Love This Cover, Not To Mention The Band. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - WB 1004
Sealed 1975 Original. Corner Cut. Ten Hard Hitting Songs From The Westbound Records Label Before They Changed To Warner Brothers. Oh, How We Love This Cover, Not To Mention The Band. more
Hardcore Jollies
Used - LP - BS 2973
1976 Gatefold Original (Burbank Street Scene Label) With Pink Promotional Sticker On Front Cover And 4 Page Promo Insert. Appears Unplayed. more
Hardcore Jollies
New - LP - BS 2973
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. Barely Visible Saw Cut. more
Hardcore Jollies
New - LP - BS 2973
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. The Original Forty Year Old K-Mart Price Tag Is Still On The Shrink Wrap. “Funkadelic's Major-Label Jump Brought Its Version Of Life More Into Line With Parliament, Though The Crucial Difference Between The Two -- Funkadelic's Guitars Vs. Parliament's Horns -- Remains Intact. Eddie Hazel Is Missed, As Always, But Gary Shider And Mike Hampton Do Fine Work. Whoever Peels Off The Concluding Solo At The End Of "Comin' Round The Mountain" Deserves Credit. Similar Exercises In Feedback Can Be Found On The Title Track And Elsewhere, Sometimes Great, Sometimes Timekeeping. Still, After All, The Album Itself Is Dedicated "To The Guitar Players Of The World," So It Can't Be Said That George Clinton And Company Aren't Keeping The Proper Focus On Things. "If You Got Fun, You Got Style" Makes For A Better Chat-Up Dancefloor Appreciation Than Most. And Who Could Knock The Use Of The "There's A Place In France/Where The Ladies Wear No Pants" Melody In "You Scared The Lovin' Outta Me"? Pedro Bell Does Some Of His Best Work Ever For The Cover And Inside Art, While The Accompanying Short Story Is Hilarious.” Ned Raggett, AMG. “Eddie Hazel Is All Over This Album. "Grace Cook" Is Eddie Hazel. That's Clearly Him On "Comin' Round The Mountain" And "Hardcore Jollies" As The Guitar Solo Features The Phaser Sound He Favored At That Time (Check His Games, Dames, And Guitar Thangs). He's Also Listed As Co-Writer Of "Soul Mate." So The Album Is Not Missing Eddie Hazel As He Takes The Two Most Dynamic Solos On The Production (Taking Nothing Away From The Michael Hampton/Gary Shider Duet On "Cosmic Slop.")." DeAngelo Starns. more
Hardcore Jollies
Used - LP - BS 2973
Beautiful 1976 Gatefold Original (Burbank Street Scene Label). Signs Of Ring Wear To Back Cover, Light Edge Wear & Small Corner Crease. more
Let's Take It To The Stage
Used Import - SEWA 044
2004 180gm gatefold vinyl reissue from Westbound Records; UK import. Produced by George Clinton. "One of Funkadelic's goofiest releases, Let's Take It to the Stage also contains more P-Funk all-time greats as well, making for a grand balance of the serious and silly. Perhaps the silliest is at the end -- there's not much else one can call the extended oompah/icing rink start of "Atmosphere." The title track is as much a call to arms as "Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow" is, but with a more direct musical performance and a more open nod to party atmospheres (not to mention the source of one of Andrew Dice Clay's longest-running bits). The targets of the band's good-natured wrath are, in fact, other groups -- "Hey, Fool and the Gang! Let's take it to the stage!" There's no mistaking the track that immediately follows makes it even more intense -- "Get Off Your Ass and Jam" kicks in with one bad-ass drum roll and then scorches the damn place down, from guitar solo to the insanely funky bass from Cordell "Boogie" Mosson. It may only be two and a half minutes long, but it alone makes the album a classic. Hearing Bootsy Collins' unmistakable vocals is usually enough to get anything on the crazy tip, but "Be My Beach" (Collins' Funkadelic vocal debut) just makes it all the more fun, as does the overall air of silly romance getting nuttier as it goes. "Good to Your Earhole" sets the outrageous mood just right -- it's one of the band's tightest monsters of funk, guitars sprawling all over the place even as the heavy-hitting rhythm doesn't let one second of groove get lost. Of course, there's also one totally notorious number to go with it, but "No Head, No Backstage Pass" has one of the craziest rhythms on the whole album, not to mention lip-smackingly nutty lines delivered with the appropriate leer." AMG - Ned Raggett. more
Let's Take It To The Stage
Used - LP - W 215
Beautiful 1975 Gatefold Original. One Of Their Rarest Albums. Contrary To The Title, This Is Not A Live Album, But Is Considered By Many To Be Their Last True Rock-Funk LP. Appears Unplayed. more
Let's Take It To The Stage
New - LP - W 215
Sealed 1975 Gatefold Original. Small Cut Corner. One Of Their Rarest Albums. Contrary To The Title, This Is Not A Live Album, But Is Considered By Many To Be Their Last True Rock-Funk LP. more
Maggot Brain
Used - LP - W 218
1971 Gatefold Original, CC. An All-Time P-Funk Classic. more
Maggot Brain
Used - LP - WB 2007
1971 Unipak Gatefold Original. This LP Was Sealed, But The Delicate Shrink Wrap Came Off. LP Is New, Unplayed. “It Starts With A Crackle Of Feedback Shooting From Speaker To Speaker And A Voice Intoning, "Mother Earth Is Pregnant For The Third Time, For Y'all Have Knocked Her Up" And Talking About Rising "Above It All Or Drown In My Own Sh*T." This Could Only Have Been Utterly Bizarre Back In 1971 And It's No Less So Decades Later; Though The Mothership Was Well On Its Way Already, Maggot Brain Really Helped It Take Off. The Instrumental Title Track Is The Key Reason To Listen, Specifically For Eddie Hazel's Lengthy, Mind-Melting Solo. George Clinton Famously Told Hazel To Play "Like Your Momma Had Just Died," And The Resulting Evocation Of Melancholy And Sorrow Doesn't Merely Rival Jimi Hendrix's Work, But Arguably Bests A Lot Of It. Accompanied By Another Softer Guitar Figure Providing Gentle Rhythm For The Piece, The End Result Is Simply Fantastic, An Emotional Apocalypse Of Sound. Maggot Brain Is Bookended By Another Long Number, "Wars Of Armageddon," A Full-On Jam From The Band Looping In Freedom Chants And Airport-Departure Announcements To The Freak-Out. In Between Are A Number Of Short Pieces, Finding The Collective Merrily Cooking Up Some Funky Stew Of The Slow And Smoky Variety. There Are Folky Blues And Gospel Testifying On "Can You Get To That" (One Listen And A Lot Of Primal Scream's Mid-'90s Career Is Instantly Explained) And Wry But Warm Reflections On Interracial Love On "You And Your Folks, Me And My Folks," Its Drum Hits Distorted To Give A Weird Electronic Edge To The Results. "Super Stupid" Is A Particular Killer, Pounding Drums And Snarling Guitar Laying Down The Boogie Hard And Hot, While "Hit It And Quit It" Has A Great Chorus And Bernie Worrell Getting In A Fun Keyboard Solo To Boot.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Maggot Brain
New - LP - 4M161
Sealed 180gm Heavy Duty Gatefold Reissue. more
Maggot Brain
Colored Vinyl - 4M161
Sealed 2016 180gm Purple Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. Limited Edition Of 1000 Copies. more
Maggot Brain
Used - LP - WB 2007
1971 First Label Gatefold Original. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Is VG++. “It Starts With A Crackle Of Feedback Shooting From Speaker To Speaker And A Voice Intoning, "Mother Earth Is Pregnant For The Third Time, For Y'all Have Knocked Her Up" And Talking About Rising "Above It All Or Drown In My Own Sh*T." This Could Only Have Been Utterly Bizarre Back In 1971 And It's No Less So Decades Later; Though The Mothership Was Well On Its Way Already, Maggot Brain Really Helped It Take Off. The Instrumental Title Track Is The Key Reason To Listen, Specifically For Eddie Hazel's Lengthy, Mind-Melting Solo. George Clinton Famously Told Hazel To Play "Like Your Momma Had Just Died," And The Resulting Evocation Of Melancholy And Sorrow Doesn't Merely Rival Jimi Hendrix's Work, But Arguably Bests A Lot Of It. Accompanied By Another Softer Guitar Figure Providing Gentle Rhythm For The Piece, The End Result Is Simply Fantastic, An Emotional Apocalypse Of Sound. Maggot Brain Is Bookended By Another Long Number, "Wars Of Armageddon," A Full-On Jam From The Band Looping In Freedom Chants And Airport-Departure Announcements To The Freak-Out. In Between Are A Number Of Short Pieces, Finding The Collective Merrily Cooking Up Some Funky Stew Of The Slow And Smoky Variety. There Are Folky Blues And Gospel Testifying On "Can You Get To That" (One Listen And A Lot Of Primal Scream's Mid-'90s Career Is Instantly Explained) And Wry But Warm Reflections On Interracial Love On "You And Your Folks, Me And My Folks," Its Drum Hits Distorted To Give A Weird Electronic Edge To The Results. "Super Stupid" Is A Particular Killer, Pounding Drums And Snarling Guitar Laying Down The Boogie Hard And Hot, While "Hit It And Quit It" Has A Great Chorus And Bernie Worrell Getting In A Fun Keyboard Solo To Boot.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Maggot Brain
Used - LP - 4M161
2017 Blue Vinyl Limited To 1000 Copies In Gatefold. One Of The Finest Crossover Funk LP's And A Must For Any Collection. more
Maggot Brain
Used - LP - 4M161
2008 Black Vinyl In Gatefold. Corner Ding On Cover. One Of The Finest Crossover Funk LP's And A Must For Any Collection. more
Maggot Brain
New Import - SEW 002
Sealed Copy. This Appear To Be The Latest Run Of The 2014 Reissue. DMM Mastered. Groundbreaking Psychedelic Funk Masterpiece. "It Starts With A Crackle Of Feedback Shooting From Speaker To Speaker And A Voice Intoning, "Mother Earth Is Pregnant For The Third Time, For Y'all Have Knocked Her Up" And Talking About Rising "Above It All Or Drown In My Own Sh*t." This Could Only Have Been Utterly Bizarre Back In 1971 And It's No Less So Decades Later; Though The Mothership Was Well On Its Way Already, Maggot Brain Really Helped It Take Off. The Instrumental Title Track Is The Key Reason To Listen, Specifically For Eddie Hazel's Lengthy, Mind-Melting Solo. George Clinton Famously Told Hazel To Play "Like Your Momma Had Just Died," And The Resulting Evocation Of Melancholy And Sorrow Doesn't Merely Rival Jimi Hendrix's Work, But Arguably Bests A Lot Of It. Accompanied By Another Softer Guitar Figure Providing Gentle Rhythm For The Piece, The End Result Is Simply Fantastic, An Emotional Apocalypse Of Sound. Maggot Brain Is Bookended By Another Long Number, "Wars Of Armageddon," A Full-On Jam From The Band Looping In Freedom Chants And Airport-departure Announcements To The Freak-Out. In Between Are A Number Of Short Pieces, Finding The Collective Merrily Cooking Up Some Funky Stew Of The Slow And Smoky Variety. There Are Folky Blues And Gospel Testifying On "Can You Get To That" (One Listen And A Lot Of Primal Scream's Mid-'90s Career Is Instantly Explained) And Wry But Warm Reflections On Interracial Love On "You And Your Folks, Me And My Folks," Its Drum Hits Distorted To Give A Weird Electronic Edge To The Results. "Super Stupid" Is A Particular Killer, Pounding Drums And Snarling Guitar Laying Down The Boogie Hard And Hot, While "Hit It And Quit It" Has A Great Chorus And Bernie Worrell Getting In A Fun Keyboard Solo To Boot." AMG Review By Ned Raggett. more
Maggot Brain
New Import - SEW 002
Sealed 2023 2LP 50th Anniversary remastered reissue. Groundbreaking Psychedelic-Funk masterpiece. "It Starts With A Crackle Of Feedback Shooting From Speaker To Speaker And A Voice Intoning, "Mother Earth Is Pregnant For The Third Time, For Y'all Have Knocked Her Up" And Talking About Rising "Above It All Or Drown In My Own Sh*t." This Could Only Have Been Utterly Bizarre Back In 1971 And It's No Less So Decades Later; Though The Mothership Was Well On Its Way Already, Maggot Brain Really Helped It Take Off. The Instrumental Title Track Is The Key Reason To Listen, Specifically For Eddie Hazel's Lengthy, Mind-Melting Solo. George Clinton Famously Told Hazel To Play "Like Your Momma Had Just Died," And The Resulting Evocation Of Melancholy And Sorrow Doesn't Merely Rival Jimi Hendrix's Work, But Arguably Bests A Lot Of It. Accompanied By Another Softer Guitar Figure Providing Gentle Rhythm For The Piece, The End Result Is Simply Fantastic, An Emotional Apocalypse Of Sound. Maggot Brain Is Bookended By Another Long Number, "Wars Of Armageddon," A Full-On Jam From The Band Looping In Freedom Chants And Airport-departure Announcements To The Freak-Out. In Between Are A Number Of Short Pieces, Finding The Collective Merrily Cooking Up Some Funky Stew Of The Slow And Smoky Variety. There Are Folky Blues And Gospel Testifying On "Can You Get To That" (One Listen And A Lot Of Primal Scream's Mid-'90s Career Is Instantly Explained) And Wry But Warm Reflections On Interracial Love On "You And Your Folks, Me And My Folks," Its Drum Hits Distorted To Give A Weird Electronic Edge To The Results. "Super Stupid" Is A Particular Killer, Pounding Drums And Snarling Guitar Laying Down The Boogie Hard And Hot, While "Hit It And Quit It" Has A Great Chorus And Bernie Worrell Getting In A Fun Keyboard Solo To Boot." AMG - Ned Raggett. more
Maggot Brain (Test Pressing)
New - LP - FMN-161
Sealed 2020 RTI Test Pressing. A Funk Benchmark Like You've Never Heard It. Possibly The Only TP Copies On The Market. more
One Nation Under A Groove
New - LP - BSK 3209
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. An All-Time Classic Of The P-Funk Genre. more
One Nation Under A Groove
New - LP - BSK 3209
Factory Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. An All-Time Classic. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. more
One Nation Under A Groove
Used - 12 - WBSD 8803
1978 Two-Track 12" Single In Generic Die-Cut Sleeve With Custom Sticker. Sticker Residue On Sticker. Presented Here In All Of It's 11:26 Entirety, B-Side Is Shortened Instrumental. more
One Nation Under A Groove
New - 12 - WBSD 8803
Sealed 1978 12 Incher In Generic Warner Die-Cut Jacket. Features The 11.26 Long Version Plus The 5.48 Instrumental Verion. more
One Nation Under A Groove
New - LP - GRLP 100
Sealed, Long Out Of Print UK Gatefold 2 Disc Set Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Originally Released As A Single LP, This Set Includes A Bonus 45rpm 4 Song Maxi Single Featuring "One Nation Under A Groove," "Lunchmetaphobia (Think It Ain't Illegal yet)," "P.E. Squad/Doodoo Chasers" And "Maggot Brain (Chant Think It Ain't Illegal Yet)." more
One Nation Under A Groove
Used - LP - GRLP 100
Long Out Of Print UK Gatefold 2 Disc Set Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Originally Released As A Single LP, This Set Includes A Bonus 45rpm 4 Song Maxi Single Featuring "One Nation Under A Groove," "Lunchmetaphobia (Think It Ain't Illegal yet)," "P.E. Squad/Doodoo Chasers" And "Maggot Brain (Chant Think It Ain't Illegal Yet)." more
One Nation Under A Groove
New - LP - BSK 3209
Factory Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original With The Bonus 7 Inch Single. Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. An All-Time Classic. Saw Cut. more
Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
New - LP - WB 1001
Sealed 1974 Gatefold Original, Small Cut Corner. No 20th Century Logo Next To Westwood On Back Cover, So Probably A Swirled Westbound Label. more
Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
Used - LP - WB 1001
Beautiful 1974 White Label Promo, Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. more
Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
Used - LP - W 208
Beautiful 1974 Gatefold Original, CC. more
Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
New - LP - 4M180
Sealed 180gm Reissued Housed In A Heavy Duty Gatefold. more
Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
Used - LP - W 208
1974 Promotional Label Housed In A Gatefold Cover. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed. Promo Sticker On Back Cover. more
Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
New - LP - W 227
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. An All-Time Classic P-Funk Rarity. more
Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
New - LP - 4M208
Sealed 2011 180gm Reissue Housed In A Heavy Duty Gatefold Cover. more
Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
Used - LP - W 227
1976 Gatefold Original. An All-Time Classic P-Funk Rarity. Cut Corner. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
Used - LP - W 227
1976 Gatefold Original. An All-Time Classic P-Funk Rarity. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Toys
New Import - SEWD 133
Sealed 2008, EU Import. Unable To Confirm If It's The GZ Or MPO Press. Featuring Previously Unreleased Recordings Made During The Band's Stay At Westbound Records In The Early 70s. Three Songs And Two Spectacular Jams: "Heart Trouble AKA You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure," "Talk About Jesus," "The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg," "Vampy Funky Bernie (3rd Tune Olympic)" And "Slide On In (2nd Tune Olympic). more
Uncle Jam Wants You
New - LP - BSK 3371
Factory Sealed 1979 Gatefold Original, Saw Cut, Custom "(Not Just) Knee Deep" Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Uncle Jam Wants You
New - LP - GRLP 103
Sealed, Long Out Of Print 1993 UK Gatefold Reissue. more
Uncle Jam wants You
New - LP - BSK 3371
Factory Sealed 1979 Gatefold Original, Saw Cut And Small Cut Corner, Custom "(Not Just) Knee Deep" Hype Sticker On Shrink. more

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