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Cinderella Theory [Import]

George Clinton Audio CD
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1. Airbound
2. Tweakin'
3. The Cinderella Theory
4. Why Should I Dog U Out?
5. Serious Slammin'
6. There I Go Again
7. (She Got It) Goin' On
8. The Banana Boat Song
9. French Kiss
10. Rita Bewitched
11. Kredit Kard
12. Airbound (Reprise)

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1.0 out of 5 stars ........ Feb. 11 2004
By EP
Format:Audio CD
This is Clinton's weakest album ever. As a big P-Funk fan I can't find one song on this album that is dope as hell.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Tasty Gem Jan. 4 2011
By Quilly - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I think this album works well. It is one of my favorites by Clinton. So what is it isn't the typical long jams. Clinton has proven he can do shorter tunes too. "Airbound" is a happy, memorable song that tends to get lodged in your head. "Why Should I Dog You Out" is classic Clinton, very funky, funny and brilliant. I can hear some Prince on "Cinderella Theory" but I don't mind. He does some play with rappers, some of the earlier colaborations I can recall. I got to see him do many of the songs on stage. A dynamite show!
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4.0 out of 5 stars George and Prince?! Really? Aug. 18 2013
By Calvin B. Miles - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
It was getting near the point where my favorite musical mentor was going to past the torch. But, who would the torch be passed to? Well, it wouldn't be Prince. But as an alumni member and a big fan of George's. The purple one helps out with studio time and this is what we get. The timing of this disc's production was crucial in George giving one of his final shout out's to the world at large. A world that was at this point totally strung out on rap. So these little gems fell by the way side. The title track,and "Airbound" are the stand out tracks here, while "Why should I dog you Out" is a tasty throwback to the "Atomic Dog" era. But the rest is harder to swallow unless you are a true fan and have seen the shows. For those new to the funk or any of you wanting intiate a new person to the funk . You could start here and take them down the rabbit hole to the treasure chest that awaits below, it definitely would not hurt. These cuts do bring the flavour.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Too much tweakin'-- not enough funk April 18 2011
By Lost Johnny - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I may change my mind later but a few after a few listens i don't like this album. I love Parliament-Funkadelic and a lot of other P-Funk spinoffs but somehow this is hollow and none of the P-Funk magic. Thankfully it was second hand. When I compare this to the best of the P-Funk stuff done with Bill Laswell, this is very weak.
2.0 out of 5 stars Very weak. Jan. 16 2013
By David Pearlman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Prince released this as a favor to his friend George Clinton, on his Paisley Park subsidiary, distributed by Warner Bros. But the truth is that if he hadn't done George that favor--and in terms of Clinton's reputation this did no one any favors--this wouldn't have been released at all. Weak sauce all around.

There are a few modest high points here, but only a few, and this is one of the weakest albums in the George Clinton discography. Pretty much only for completists.
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Songs almost stand out here. Aug. 28 2005
By Larry M. Wright - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
By far, the serious jam on this CD was "Tweakin'". That was the one jam I was into. But with this and "The Cinderalla Theory",

(which is not the same as the Pinnochio Theory) paying anything over $10 for it is a rip off. Sorry, the Doctor of Funk does not prescribe this one as a whole, just a little "Tweakin'".
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