Funkadelic Vinyl, CD & tapes by Funkadelic at Norman Records

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Parliament
Chocolate City

180g heavyweight vinyl re-issue of Chocolate City, the third studio album by George Clinton’s legendary Parliament which was originally released in 1975. Boasting their classic line-up and conceived of as a positive reversal of the contemporaneous concern of ‘white flight’ from city centres, it included the singles ‘Chocolate City’ and ‘Ride On’. 
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  • Funkadelic

The Parliaments
Baby I Owe You Something Good

Before George Clinton became the high priest of cosmic funk with Parliament and Funkadelic he led the doo-wop group The Parliaments. Baby I Owe You Something Good contains songs from 1967-68 and show the band transitioning from Doo-wop to funk via soul with some amazing basslines. It features instrumental and vocal versions of the title track and All Your Goodies Are Gone.
  • Vinyl 10" (UFU01)
  • £17.50 £15.75 (saving: £1.75)
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  • Limited edition
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  • Funkadelic

Funkadelic
Live – Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan – 12th September 1971

Goddamn: the fully-fledged Funkadelic ensemble captured live in concert in their early days. Live - Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan - 12th September 1971 was recorded straight from the soundboard, meaning that this release is the closest you can get to that extraordinarily tight and groovy night. Fiercely psychedelic funk music, released on vinyl for the first time by Tidal Waves Music.
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  • Funkadelic

Funkadelic
Finest

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Funkadelic
Maggot Brain

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Funkadelic
One Nation Under A Groove EP

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Funkadelic
The Electric Spanking Of War Babies

Originally released in 1981, 'The Electric Spanking Of War Babies' was one Funkadelic's most uncompromising and controversial records. The title is a reference to the Vietnam War, U.S imperialism and the Baby Boomer generation. The reissue replicates the intended artwork which was originally censored by Warner Brothers. 
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  • Funkadelic

Funkadelic
Funkadelic

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Funkadelic
One Nation Under A Groove

Originally issued in 1978 'One Nation Under a Groove' is a reissue of one of the defining albums of the funk movement. Put together by mothership mastermind George Clinton, Funkadelic absorbed all the best elements of seventies psychedelia, rock and funk spawning a P-Funk empire of cartoon-inspired imagery, futuristic space travel and sonic adventure. 
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  • Funkadelic

Funkadelic
America Eats It's Young

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Parliament
Up For The Down Stroke

Released a long four years after their debut album, 1974’s Up For The Down Stroke was where Parliament’s career really took off. Containing the title track, which was the group’s first significant hit, as well as ‘Testify’, the LP gets a 180g heavyweight vinyl re-issue this summer. 
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  • Funkadelic

Funkadelic
Uncle Jam Wants You

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