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America Eats It's Own Young
Funkadelic
America Eats It's Own Young
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
 
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All Artists: Funkadelic
Title: America Eats It's Own Young
Members Wishing: 8
Total Copies: 0
Label: Westbound Records Us
Release Date: 7/1/1991
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
Styles: Funk, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 723485202027
 

CD Reviews

COMPELLING
11/04/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"THIS ALBUM WAS ORGINIALLY RELEASE AS A DOUBLE ALBUM I HAVE IT WHEN IT FIRST WAS RELEASE ON VINYL AND AFTER ALL THESE YEARS . THIS IS STILL THE MOST COMPELLING INTRIGUING FUNKADELIC ALBUM EVER. WHAT MAKES IT THIS WAY IS GEORGE AND HIS P-FUNK GANG WAS GOIN THRU A TRANSITIONAL PERIOD EXPERIMENTING WITH DIFFERENT SOUNDS R N B, BLUES, ROCK, FUNK, ACID TRIP ROCK ETC.. IT IS ALL HERE IN ONE ALBUM..THE GROOVES ARE INTOXICATING VOCALS ARE EXCELLENT.. THIS IS TRULY ONE OF THE BEST EARLIER FUNKADELIC ALBUMS SOME OF THE HIGHTLIGHTS (FAV.. CUTS) A JOYFUL PROCESS , LOOSE BOOTY, PHILMORE, I CALL MY BABY PUSSYCAT FUNKATEERS PICK IT UP"
Listen closely and you won't miss too much.
Erik Blood | Seattle, WA United States | 01/21/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've listened to this album countless times and everytime I find something that amazes me. Given the time that this was originally released, some of the sounds being created may only be explainable through the space-age manner of thought that followed with Parliament. The first track is the most amazing to me. With several (suprisingly well fitting) changes, we hear a little blues, a little soul, a little techno (and you gotta listen deep in the first section to know what I'm talking about,) and a whole lotta funk. Then there's of course "Joyful Process" which we've all heard a piece of on countless hip-hop classics, but it's still the only song that can get me to sing a hymn. "Balance" is the best psychodelic rock song ever written. And "Biological Speculation" is just the most comfortable music I can recall, with some of the most disturbing lyrics.I can't keep going or I won't stop. Just pick up a copy, or ask your mama if she's got one hidden."
Raw, unrefined, revolutionary entropy.
yygsgsdrassil | Crossroads America | 03/03/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is for the urban rebel in you. It's not rock, rap, jazz, blues or R&B, it's a mutation that somewhat includes them all. Over 25 years old and folks're still trying to catch up with it. I have a vinyl and CD copy of this--I remember we had to hide the cover from Mumsy so she wuddn't trip. Anyway, my jams from this are the singles "Joyful Process" (Bernie Worrell's funky clavinet to strings? You better believe it!) and "Loose Booty", the psychedelic psychodrama, "They Call My Bebe Putty"(--what can I say?) and Bootsy's primal rubbery "Philmore". Ed Hazel, Tiki Fulwood, Dave van De Pitt, et al, et al, make a socio-political statement to save the rain forest...NOT Exactly, but, I'd wager the cause of this artistry came about from something seen in 1970's Detroit and it prob'ly wuzzn't a Ford Pinto....or, on second thought, it could'da been...remember, too, Clinton saw hisself as the anti-Gordy and his mob was the un-Motown...dig?"