mhaines4102

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein mhaines4102

March 3, 2019
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
I have an NBLP 7034 that has the labels reversed. Side I shows 7034-A and Side II shows 7034-B. The labels are flipped, Side I label is Side II on the record and vise versa. Has anyone seen this before?
mhaines4102

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein mhaines4102

March 3, 2019
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, NBLP 7034
I have an NBLP 7034 that has the labels reversed. B side has A side label and vise versa. Has anyone seen this before?
Mcnico71

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein Mcnico71

October 14, 2018
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
Just picked up the 180g reissue. Sounds fantastic, all instrumentation really shines. Classic album.
NodakGameChaser

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein NodakGameChaser

March 1, 2017
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, RE, B0024742-01
So what is different from this respect the classics version compared to the 2015 version??
Dagasm

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein Dagasm

March 22, 2016
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
This is a great album but my sealed copy was incredibly warped. It's like watching waves in the ocean. Amazingly it plays fine.
smurphy606

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein smurphy606

February 5, 2019
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
Yep - mine is very warped too, Plays without skipping...
boy_version

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein boy_version

February 27, 2018
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
How did you manage to play a sealed record? No longer your sealed copy, I'm assuming.
kirollus92

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein kirollus92

May 2, 2016
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
same with my Mothership Connection LP and that's only record I have like that funnily enough haha
ijustspeak

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein as reviewed by ijustspeak

April 13, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
A friend of mine showed me this record. The cover just made me laugh at first but the music blew me away. The story of this Parliament record is that the band took them self as being an Alien lifeform from outer space, and the mission was bringing p-funk music to planet earth.
Nevertheless this record is the ultimate Parliament record for me. It is some seriously crazy stuff in there but incredible musicians are bringing the mothership ahead with Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker from James Browns band among some.
Acid drugs were a big part in forging this music, and the result was P-funk at is best, yet humorous and fun.
The highlight of the whole thing is "Dr.Funkenstein", just listen to the lyrics.. Classic!!
REENO

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein REENO

December 11, 2017
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
Huhhh? pop music in the 70's was damn good. MILES AHEAD of what's on the radio these days. I like Clinton, but let's face it, it's very much an acquired taste. I would rather listen to Shalamar, Midnight Star, or D-train personally.
kmanthie

Parliament - The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein kmanthie

April 17, 2014
referencing The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein, LP, Album, Pit, NBLP 7034
CLONES OF DR. FUNKENTSTEIN also proves that Parliament wasn't just a one-off project, an off-season Funkadelic, so to speak. But, after the minds blown from MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION the band returned with the equally amazing sophomore effort, DR. FUNKENSTEIN and it works just perfectly. It's the unique stuff like this that made the 70s a very interesting time, musically. Maybe not as much for the "average" joe public who listened to top 40 AM stations in the 70s and are not much different today - listening to awful, nauseating music made the worse from the heavy-rotation overplay on all the radio stations.