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New George ClintonLoopzilla (broadcast version, original) ... 12-inch 12-Inch
Capitol, 1982. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Loopzilla is from the same species as Atomic Dog – both of them funky enough animals, with post Parliament/Funkadelic P-Funk groove! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Capitol sleeve.)

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New George ClintonNubian Nut/Free Alterations ... 12-inch 12-Inch
Capitol, 1983. Used (pic cover)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
"Nubian Nut" is more of the Atomic Dog formula – kind of a popping bass groove that was the inherited legacy of P-funk that every other band was ripping off at the time, and rap-like vocals that George would probably never claim were rap! "Free Alterations" is the real charmer here – a sweet mellow soul track with a midtempo stepping groove, great harmony vocals, and a sound that's very different than any other Clinton tune we can think of! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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New George ClintonBest Of George Clinton ... LP LP format
Capitol, Early 80s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A selection of tracks pulled from Clinton's early 80s records for Capitol – post Parliament/Funkadelic offerings that were actually surprisingly successful at the time, and which have a Zapp-like approach to funk that's kept them bubbling with the old school crowd. Titles include "Atomic Dog", "R&B Skeletons In The Closet", "Do Fries Go With That Shake", "Hey Good Lookin", "Nubian Nut", and "Double Uh Oh". LP, Vinyl record album