Ain't But the One Way is the tenth and final album by Sly and the Family Stone, released by Warner Bros. Records in 1982. The album began its existence as a collaborative project between Sly Stone and George Clinton, a sequel to Stone's appearance on the 1981 Funkadelic album The Electric Spanking of War Babies. While working on Ain't But the One Way, Clinton and Funkadelic quarreled with and eventually left Warner Bros. Records, and Sly Stone went into self-seclusion and could not be found. Producer Stewart Levine was assigned to take control of the project, and do what he could to complete an album. Upon its 1982 release, Ain't But The One Way underperformed and marked the end of Sly Stone's career with Warner Bros. Records.
Both of Sly Stone's Warner Bros. albums, Ain't But The One Way and Back on the Right Track, along with five unissued recordings, were combined by Rhino Records into a compilation called Who In The Funk Do You Think You Are: The Warner Bros. Recordings in 2001.