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Parliament - Trombipulation FLAC album


Performer: Parliament
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Trombipulation
Released: 1980
Style: P.Funk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1574 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1628 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1821 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 496
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The Parliament album entitled Osmium was released on Invictus Records in 1970, and was later reissued on CD with non-album tracks as both Rhenium and First Thangs. Osmium featured a mostly psychedelic soul sound that was more similar to the Funkadelic albums of the period than to the later Parliament albums. Two further Parliament albums, Gloryhallastoopid (1979) and Trombipulation (1980) were less successful than the albums from the group's prime 1975-1978 period. Parliament's 1978 release "Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop) would go on to become one of the defining samples of the West Coast G-Funk movement.

Parliament ‎– Trombipulation. Label: Casablanca ‎– 842 623-2. trombipulation:(. LINTON) 4:38. Parliament - Let's Play House 3:38. Parliament - Long Way Around 5:40.

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.

Trombipulation is the final studio album by George Clinton’s psychedelic funk outfit Parliament, one face of his c collective. It was released in 1980, after which Clinton ended the group, although they continued to record as Funkadelic for several more years. Trombipulation Q&A.

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Trombipulation is a 1980 album by the funk band Parliament (see 1980 in music). Bassist Bootsy Collins emerged as the principal musician on this album, playing virtually all of the instruments on a number of tracks