Mutiny on the Mamaship is the debut album by former Parliament-Funkadelic drummer Jerome Brailey and his band Mutiny. The album was released by Columbia Records in 1979. The album was released a year after Brailey left P-Funk due to a financial dispute. The original album featured a lyric sheet as well as artwork that depicts P-Funk leader George Clinton in a negative light.
In 1994, Mutiny on the Mamaship was reissued by P-Vine records in Japan (PCD-2776) with one extra track entitled "Sneakin'".
- "Go Away from Here" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter, Robert Mittleman)
- "What More Can I Say" (Jerome Brailey, Skitch Lovett)
- "Lump" (Jerome Brailey, Raymond Carter) (released as a single – Columbia 111153 – and 12" single – Columbia AS 696)
- "Funk 'N' Bop" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes) (released as 7" single – Columbia 11049 – and 12" single – Columbia AS 655)
- "Burning Up" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter)
- "Voyage to the Bottom of the "P"" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter)
- "Everytime You Come Around" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter)
- "Romeo (Hope You're Feeling Better)" (Jerome Brailey)
- Jerome Brailey – drums, percussion, syndrums, vocals
- Lenny Holmes – lead guitar, vocals
- Skitch Lovett – guitars, vocals
- Raymond Carter – bass guitars, vocals, smiles
- Nat Lee – keyboards, semi-vocals
- Daryl Dixon, Marvin Daniels, Melvin El – horns