Funk Or Walk is the debut album by the Brides Of Funkenstein, released on Atlantic Records in the September of 1978. The album was produced by George Clinton with the exception of the album's first single "Disco To Go" which was written and produced by Clinton and Bootsy Collins. The Brides of Funkenstein consisted of Lynn Mabry and Dawn Silva, who were members of Sly and the Family Stone prior to joining P-Funk. Funk Or Walk earned these extraordinary divas a Record World Award for Best New Female Artists and Best New R&B Group in 1979. The song was originally performed live by Bootsy's Rubber Band. To this day, the P-Funk All Stars continue to play "Disco To Go" in their live concerts. The Brides of Funkenstein also toured and recorded with Parliament/Funkadelic around this same time.
Funk Or Walk was licensed through Warner Music-Japan and released through the Vivid Sound label (VSCD-276) in 2006. The album was later reissued in the U.S. by the Wounded Bird label on October 18, 2011.