“Trombipulation” by Parliament - album review

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TJR says

The ninth Parliament long-player was released in December, 1980, with one single released from the set, “Agony Of Defeet” which peaked at #7 on the R&B chart. They had been with Casablanca since '74, but lost the label's support soon after this one. This, combined with financial difficulties led group leader George Clinton to wind it up. In terms of my affections, they went out on a low.

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Apr-2011

A1 [03:51] 2.5.png Parliament - Crush It (George Clinton, William Collins) Disco / Funk
A2 [04:34] 2.8.png Parliament - Trombipulation (George Clinton, William Collins) Disco / Funk
A3 [05:40] 3.1.png Parliament - Long Way Around (George Clinton, Walter Morrison) Disco / Funk
A4 [06:23] 4.2.png Parliament - Agony Of Defeet (Ron Dunbar, Don Sterling, George Clinton) Disco / Funk
B1 [05:55] 4.0.png Parliament - New Doo Review (George Clinton, Ron Ford) Disco / Funk
B2 [03:39] 3.5.png Parliament - Let’s Play House (George Clinton, William Collins, Walter Morrison) Disco / Funk
B3 [05:57] 2.4.png Parliament - Body Language (George Clinton) Disco / Funk
B4 [07:48] 3.7.png Parliament - Peek-A-Groove (George Clinton, Ron Ford) Disco / Funk




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