Trombipulation

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Trombipulation
Trombipulation.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 1980
Recorded1979-1980
GenreFunk
LabelCasablanca
ProducerGeorge Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Ron Dunbar, Ron Ford
Parliament chronology
Gloryhallastoopid (Or Pin the Tail on the Funky)
(1979)
Trombipulation
(1980)
Parliament's Greatest Hits
(1984)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[1]
Robert ChristgauB–[2]

Trombipulation is a 1980 album by the funk band Parliament (see 1980 in music). It was released by Casablanca Records. It was the last album of original material produced by the group for 38 years until Medicaid Fraud Dogg in 2018. Unlike previous Parliament albums, George Clinton did not serve as sole producer of the album, as other P-Funk figures assisted in producing individual tracks. Bassist Bootsy Collins emerged as the principal musician on this album, playing virtually all of the instruments on a number of tracks. The track "Let's Play House" was sampled by the Hip-Hop group Digital Underground for their single "The Humpty Dance".

While Trombipulation wasn't as commercially successful as previous Parliament albums, its first single, "Agony of DeFeet" peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Crush It" (G. Clinton, W. Collins) – 3:51 (released as single Casablanca NB 2330, then as a 12" single-Casablanca NB 20235)
  2. "Trombipulation" (G. Clinton, W. Collins) – 4:34
  3. "Long Way Around" (G. Clinton, W. Morrison) – 5:40
  4. "Agony of Defeet" (R. Dunbar, D. Sterling, G. Clinton) – 6:23 (released as single Casablanca NB 2317, then as a promotional 12" single-Casablanca NBD 20232 )
  5. "New Doo Review" (G. Clinton, R. Ford) – 5:55
  6. "Let's Play House" (G. Clinton, W. Collins, W. Morrison) – 3:39
  7. "Body Language" (G. Clinton) – 5:57 (released as the b-side to "Crush It")
  8. "Peek-a-Groove" (G. Clinton, R. Ford) – 7:48

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Trombipulation at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Robert Christgau: CG: Parliament".

External links[edit]