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Dope Dogs

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Dog Star (Fly On)
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U.S. Custom Coast Guard Dope Dog
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Some Next Shit
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Just Say Ding (Databoy)
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Help Scottie, Help (I'm Tweaking And I Can't Beam Up)
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Pepe
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Back Up Against The Wall
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FiFi
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All Sons Of Bitches
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Sick 'em
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I Ain't The Lady (He Ain't The Tramp)
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Pack Of Wild Dogs
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Tales That Wag The Dog
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My Dog
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 73:18

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only a handful

j1one

I bought this with some high hopes back in the day. There were really only a handful of material here. The best track was Dog Star Fly On, The intstrumental Sic Em, US Custom Dope Dog. There were two versions. The first one had Follow The Leader which was nice and Sic Em was longer. It seemed Clinton was gearing most of the material to hip hop listeners.

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This stuff is OK but the real heart and soul

naldini

of George Clinton lives right here at e*music. Just do a find on Funkadelic and hope you have a lot of booster pack money! The newer stuff and 'our funky gang' stuff is different and worthwhile but nothin' lands like "THE MOTHERSHIP"!

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dope

fivefingers

had it been the same version as the double vinyl with the extra tracks just added, it would have been 5 stars. Now us custom coast guard have been replaced by another version of the same song, not as good as the one on the vinyl, and what is maybe the best track, dopey dope dogs, has been removed, and so has lost dog unfortunately. 3 added tracksa. still great clinton though. just take a listen to help, scotty, help and i ain't the lady.

They Say All Music Guide

George Clinton’s most focused album of the ’90s slams a barrel of P-Funk down your throat without even giving you the opportunity to swallow. The P-Funk All Stars get a co-credit on this one, bouncing and funking alongside their leader nearly every step of the way. In typical Clinton fashion, Dope Dogs is all over the place: funk, R&B, hip-hop and ass-busting beats cover most of the ground. It all sticks together, however, on a loose-grooved concept about dogs (hasn’t most of Clinton’s post-”Atomic Dog” stuff been leading to this anyway?), the government and drugs, and how they’re tied together in one huge nationwide conspiracy (it makes even less sense on record than it does here). But Clinton always has been about the funk of the matter, and Dope Dogs clearly has that, and its tight astro-rhythms, in the right place. – Michael Gallucci

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