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You Shouldn't-Nuf Bit Fish


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
quickie Jan. 13 2001
By "katja_r" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I enjoy the music on this CD. It is funny and has a great funk beat. Mr George Clinton made his mark by building on the Funk of Mr James Brown. Many of the JB team became members of Parliment. Here, Mr Clinton updates those rhythms of the seventies by adapting them to the sound of the eighties. He has lots of great help from his friends, including Bootsie Collins, and a singer-songwriter who used to have a name. ;D Not only is the Funk the best, the songs are entertaining, tongue-in-cheek social statements. "Quickie" exposes the little known secret that ladies sometimes make a Bootie Call. "Last Dance" is a good-natured parody of "Let's Dance" by Mr David Bowie, and the title track is an anti-nuke commentary. If you enjoy humour in your music coupled with Super Super Heavy Funk, this CD will be interesting to you.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
When you buy this CD... July 15 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...thump the hell out of it! As soon as you get the cd, go straight to "Stingy" and BLAST IT!!!!!!!!!!!! Then go back to the album and play it all the way through. I'm telling you: YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT! BUY THIS CD ASAP!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
funkin still alotaphobius July 28 2001
By Sherance M. Brothers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
tight overlooked classic please get this if you crave long lost p-funk, nubian nut has george rapping, it is good. quikie is the bomb cameo took notes-and blackbyrd ripped the solo maggot brain style, bless you blackbyrd. last dance is hilarious in the p-funk tradition. stingy is good gary, and george on vocals is a nice touch. silly mill a meter is a classic way overlooked, mudbone steals the spotlight as he wasknown for check out the rubber band cd's.for p-funk fans get this money well spent.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Off Da (Fish) Hook! March 7 2013
By Starr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It would only be natural for da Godfather of P-Funk to, after talkin' 'bout atomic dogs chasin' cats, target the wonderful world of fish and other Nubian delights! More cohesive and just as funky and tight as its predecessor, "Computer Games," comes "You Shouldn't Nuf Bit, Fish," featuring the first single, "Nubian Nut" with its brilliant tribal beats and incredibly funky Old School (as well as CRAZY) rap midway through.

Additionally, the second single, "Quickie," slams pretty hard as does the final single, "Last Dance." In "Quickie," one can't help not hearing ("Not Just) Knee Deep" with its infectious funk and wailin' and effective guitar solo. In "Last Dance," there's a particular poetry that comes along with it on top of yet another funky groove for all the "psychedelic wallflowers" who can't resist the urge 2 get down and dance .

Another key moment is in the title cut, an almost 9 minute long political and anti-nuclear fission romp that gives grace and asks the Lawd to "bless this fish." The silliness is still apparent and Da Funk is set firmly in place. After "Atomic Dog," one might have expected a just as gigantic hit in "Nubian Nut," however, the American R&B record-buying public seemed 2 have slept on it somehow. In spite of this, it still charted as a Top 20 R&B hit single.

If you're gonna buy ANY of Clinton's Eighties output on Capitol, this (along with its follow-up, "R&B Skeletons in the Closet") are the ones to go with. There's fun for days in the mix and from the moment you hit "PLAY," you, TOO will be "throwin' down in da studio track 4 track a-lettin' ever'body know da empire strikes BACK!" We can only hope for a remastered, reissued version in time. Until then, just know that this s*** izz off da (fish)hook!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One of the Funk Mob's 80's finest Nov. 28 2011
By Andito Toquito - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
All the tracks on this album are great, but tracks two through six are classics. They have all the musicianship and vocal prowess you'd hope for on a slamming P-Funk album. The first and last tracks are full of Clinton's rapping wit, but nothing can compete with the whole outfit digging in and laying down the funk like they do on most of the album.

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