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Hey Man Smell My Finger [Import]

George Clinton Audio CD
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14. Martial Law Hey Man...smell My Finger)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Funk Feb. 11 2004
Format:Audio CD
This release is great. It's too bad many people slept on this album, but it is better than his latest "Dope Dogs" CD.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Falls Just One Point Short Of Greatness! Sept. 11 2004
By Andre' S Grindle - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
George Clinton was (honestly) quite a few years past his

artistic peak when he released this album in 1993.Hip-hop artists had done a good buisness sampling his music so he figured that he could cash in by offering up more loops.So most

of the music here is hip-hop based funk with rap-oriented beats

and inserts.But rest assured-it's hard edged hip-hop and it's

very funky despite itself.He even tries his hand at H-NRG techno

on "The Big Pump"-it didn't really suit Clinton but it was a valiant try.Arguably the only true P-Funk classics offered up here are "Martial Law" and "The Flag Was Still There",both of whitch would've been great on any vintage Funkadelic recording.

"Paint The White House Black" is a platform for various cameo's

by modern day rappers like Dr.Dre.The albums flaw-it has too many songs and therefore a little filler.But nothing here is

terrible and I rate it one of Clinton's better recent albums!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars George Clinton's Stanky-Style June 11 2001
By "underpussy" - Published on Amazon.com
"Hey Man, Smell My Finger" recalls earlier days of Funkativity, drawing on the earlier golden-age works of Parliament and translating them into the era of rap. The album is ripe with samples and riffs from the old school and has a solid thumping bass end. Some tracks are better than others, "Martial Law" and "Paint The White House Black" being two good examples of well preserved funk in a modern setting, while some others are competent but not so memorable funky grooves. There are appearances by other artists such as Queen Latifa that reinforce the unbroken tradition of funk from its roots to its current incarnations. If you are into the P-Funk, this is a chapter of history you should have.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Still the ever-funkin' P-daddy April 30 2006
By allthatfall - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Yes, perhaps for Funk purists (and there's nothing wrong with Funk purists), this recording may be below their expectations. But it's hot, raging hot-- "Paint the White House Black" is still a thrilling joint (pun intended) composition with cameos by Public Enemy, Dr. Dre, and many hot luminaries of rap. It's a seering commentary on how ideologically "White" the White House was even in the Clinton era. "Hollywood" is great, "Martial Law" is better--your George Clinton collection is incomplete without this recording.

Yeah, there may be a weak tune in the mix, but let's depart from the reissue after reissue of P Funk's greatest hits--there's lots of greatness here!
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4.0 out of 5 stars excellent April 26 2010
By Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have trouble accepting certain facts--one is that it is not 1977. It would, though, be unfair of me to buy Hey Man, Smell My Finger expecting One Nation Under a Groove.

This album came out in 1993, back when there were still rec.......well, CD shops, and you could actually go out and find an album. And an album as a conceptual piece, not files on Itunes.

The early 1990s were not 2010, but they were not the '70s, either. Hey Man Smell My Finger is a modern album, filled with rappers, big beats, and digital production.

But it is also filled with one of music's most underrated weapons, George Clinton. And when you stop thinking Funkadelic, when you stop searching for the late Eddie Hazel's wha wha, when you forget your 1970s preconceptions, a funny thing happens: you actually begin to hear layers, harmonies, counter rhythms, tons of sounds in this modern music. You sure as hell are not listening to a Eminem album

You are listening to George Clinton. Cut off that silly afro dude--I may be talking to myself, here- the revolution is over. Get this .
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars wash your finger Aug. 14 2001
By Sherance M. Brothers - Published on Amazon.com
boring martial law, and flag was still there are the only 2 songs worth playing, paint the white house black has cameo's from ice cube, dr.dre, yo yo, mc breed, kam, and public enemy-and even that can't save this cd from flunking.
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