Computer Games Import
|1. Get Dressed|
|2. Man's Best Friend/Loopzilla|
|3. Pop Sharing Tots|
|4. Computer Games|
|5. Atomic Dog|
|6. Free Alterations|
|7. One Fun At A Time|
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1982 solo album from Funkadelic and Parliament leader George Clinton. Over a year after his P-Funk empire had crumbled, Clinton gathered the troops together and recorded this album that includes the genre-defining 'Atomic Dog', one of the most sampled tracks in R&B history. Features seven bonus tracks including single edits, extended mixes and instrumental versions of album tracks. Liner notes written by Discussion Magazine's Stephen SPAZ Schnee.
With Parliament and Funkadelic in disarray, crazed overlord Clinton signed a solo deal with Capitol and released this, the first of four albums for the label. Updating the organic P-Funk sound with Prince-like synths and drum machines, Clinton came up trumps with the hilarious R&B smash "Atomic Dog" and the electro-funk epic "Loopzilla" (featuring snippets of Motown classics by the Four Tops and Martha and the Vandellas). Computer Games also took a skewed look at the growing soul sickness of Reagan's America, not least in the haunting and oddly beautiful "Free Alterations." A vital and prescient release. --Barney Hoskyns --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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this was George Clinton's Last great solo CD.the grooves are Booming.Atomic Dog is a timeless classic Jam.it still sounds fresh nearly 20 years later. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2000 by MAXIMILLIAN MUHAMMAD
"Atomic Dog" is so cold that after all these years party people still hurry to the dance floor on it--I've even seen't kcowboys line dancin' and doin' the Cotton-Eyed Joe... Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2000 by yygsgsdrassil
I would like to know it there is anyone that has any idea of how to get the single of Atomic Dog.I had it once and an old girlfriend trashed it so I would love it if I could find... Read morePublished on Aug. 27 1999