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Reply #120 posted 05/24/18 5:01pm

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Both DaDa and Loodie the Pimp have been out before by Tracey. Although he does not appear to know it. I found them on a collection at a my space music page. Either he set it up and forgot it was out there or someone else put it out there. I told him I had heard Heavenly Eyes, also part of that collection. He demanded to know where I heard it at. He seemed bewildered by my response. This was at least 5-7 years ago. It’s fascinating to go back and listen to them vs what they are here. These are thicker more fleshed out remixes. [Edited 5/24/18 5:25am]

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George Clinton explains in his latest Periscope broadcast how he built up DaDa from a Treylewd/Corey Stoops lick. 'The lick was too good for that shit so we took it out,' GC said. The personnel for DaDa is Chris Dave on drums, Fred Wesley + Pee Wee Ellis (!) on horns, Corey Stoops on guitar, Gary Mudbone Cooper + Robert P-Nut Johnson on vocals, Danny Bedrosian on keys, etc.

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The second rap on Insurance Man is Buttress, a cutting edge talent from the original home of the P-Funk, New Jersey. She was in Brainfeeder/Flying Lotus movie Kuso with GC.

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Steve Arrington is on No Mos, with Blackbyrd McKnight.

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Sly Stone is on Medicaid Fraud Dog, at the start, 'I would like to keep on loving you'.

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'Mama Told Me' is the entire live band; Lige Curry on bass, Benzel Cowan on drums, Danny Bedrosian, Blackbyrd, etc.

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Reply #121 posted 05/24/18 5:48pm

SoulAlive

Update: the physical releases (CD and vinyl) will be released in three months.So in the meantime,we’ll just have to enjoy our digital copy.
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Reply #122 posted 05/24/18 5:52pm

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This album is really great.

It's really refleective of the recent George Clinton concerts, which unfortunately means that way too much time is spent on rather mediocre guest/ family rappers and the album itself is needlessly long.

It should have taken it's own advice and sucked it's guts in.

With that said, there are some real gems and the musicianship is steller.

Always cry 4 love, never cry 4 pain.
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Reply #123 posted 05/24/18 7:01pm

mrwiggles

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mrwiggles said:


Both DaDa and Loodie the Pimp have been out before by Tracey. Although he does not appear to know it. I found them on a collection at a my space music page. Either he set it up and forgot it was out there or someone else put it out there. I told him I had heard Heavenly Eyes, also part of that collection. He demanded to know where I heard it at. He seemed bewildered by my response. This was at least 5-7 years ago. It’s fascinating to go back and listen to them vs what they are here. These are thicker more fleshed out remixes. [Edited 5/24/18 5:25am]


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George Clinton explains in his latest Periscope broadcast how he built up DaDa from a Treylewd/Corey Stoops lick. 'The lick was too good for that shit so we took it out,' GC said. The personnel for DaDa is Chris Dave on drums, Fred Wesley + Pee Wee Ellis (!) on horns, Corey Stoops on guitar, Gary Mudbone Cooper + Robert P-Nut Johnson on vocals, Danny Bedrosian on keys, etc.



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The second rap on Insurance Man is Buttress, a cutting edge talent from the original home of the P-Funk, New Jersey. She was in Brainfeeder/Flying Lotus movie Kuso with GC.



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Steve Arrington is on No Mos, with Blackbyrd McKnight.



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Sly Stone is on Medicaid Fraud Dog, at the start, 'I would like to keep on loving you'.



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'Mama Told Me' is the entire live band; Lige Curry on bass, Benzel Cowan on drums, Danny Bedrosian, Blackbyrd, etc.



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Thanks for the info. I must get back on The Dr's scopes. I know early on Steve Washington said he was doing some stuff with him for the album. I keep hearing a muted trumpet throughout the record I wonder if it's him. I love the No Mos track, where did the Dogons go indeed. Smoove track with good bottom on it. And I swear I'm picking up some Garry Shider at just before the 4 minute mark, maybe somn he had in the can on him RIP.
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Reply #124 posted 05/24/18 10:02pm

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I've been listening to at work on Spotify. I dig I'm Gonna Make u Sick. Listened to most

of it. I like some of the tracks but I'm like everyone else I can do without the rapping and

all the swearing. I'll continue to listen to the album on Spotify.

Bone made me stand up and get into the groove
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Reply #125 posted 05/24/18 10:31pm

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... I keep hearing a muted trumpet throughout the record I wonder if it's him. I love the No Mos track, where did the Dogons go indeed. Smoove track with good bottom on it. And I swear I'm picking up some Garry Shider at just before the 4 minute mark, maybe somn he had in the can on him RIP. [Edited 5/24/18 19:05pm]

That muted trumpet is Whitney Russell, local Florida jazz player who was also on Shake The Gate.

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GC says on Periscope that the original DaDa lick came from Treylewd and Corey Stoops 'with Garry in Houston' - or something... He could be sampled in there somewhere.

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Reply #126 posted 05/25/18 2:08am

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phunkdaddy said:

I've been listening to at work on Spotify. I dig I'm Gonna Make u Sick. Listened to most


of it. I like some of the tracks but I'm like everyone else I can do without the rapping and


all the swearing. I'll continue to listen to the album on Spotify.



I think fen was saying earlier, when did we become so prudish. What I am saying is I think the profanity is not enhancing the music on this. I think it's taking away from what otherwise is a great offerering to me. It's unnecessary and seems to be inserted for its own sake.
A friend of mine was saying look, I get the Isleys saying bullshit in Fight The Power. I get obscenities in Icka Prick, Take Your Dead ass Home, and Get off your ass and jam. Here, an otherwise golden jam like Oil Jones is almost ruined by it.
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Reply #127 posted 05/25/18 2:39am

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George's music has been laced with profanity for a long time now, but particularly since the early 90s. 'Hey Man... Smell My Finger', 'Dope Dogs'... It seems predominantly due to the hip-hop inclusions which George obviously influenced. But those inclusions of rap have been pretty much consistent since then along with the profanity

That being said, I personally didn't particularly notice it and am surprised it's really a topic of conversation here. Must be our ages and general sensibilities changing, I guess. Whatever it's a great and consistent album, even if the sequencing is a little jarring in the first half. From 'Riddle Me This' onwards though, flows very well.


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Reply #128 posted 05/25/18 5:57am

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Can't wait to hear this!

Don't believe what you hear
Don't believe what you see...
I know that the tide is turning 'round
So don't let the bastards grind you down!
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Reply #129 posted 05/25/18 2:34pm

SoulAlive

George Clinton & Parliament “Medicaid Fraud Dogg” – 1st album since 1980

George Clinton & Parl...usic, News

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George Clinton and Parliament – The Funk We Need Now: George Clinton & Parliament Release Medicaid Fraud Dogg

Parliament’s new album, Medicaid Fraud Dogg, is the paradigm-shifting funk group’s first in 38 years. (release: C Kunspyruhzy Records Inc.; May 22, 2018, digital only) Their May 26 live performance at the L.A. Greek Theater kicks off George Clinton’s final world tour.

Parliament’s new album, Medicaid Fraud Dogg, is the paradigm-shifting funk group’s first in 38 years. (release: C Kunspyruhzy Records Inc.; May 22, 2018, digital only) Their May 26 live performance at the L.A. Greek Theater kicks off George Clinton’s final world tour. George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic will circle the globe in the next twelve months until they tear the roof off the sucker for the last time in May 2019, after which the Parliament-Funkadelic legendary juggernaut will continue on its own without Clinton.

“I had to get this music out there,” says trailblazing founder and lead singer and songwriter for the group, George Clinton. “I felt real creative urgency to give the world this, right now.”

The press release could end right there: Parliament and Clinton are woven into America’s pop cultural fabric so tightly, it’s hard to miss their iconic anthems and sound, their wild imagination and pervasive influence. Watch Guardians of the Galaxy 2, listen to just about any hip hop track (Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic,” say) or recent R&B single, ride certain rides at Disneyland, and you’ll hear them. Head to the Smithsonian, and you’ll see their unforgettable Mothership on permanent exhibit.

Clinton and Parliament have been instrumental not only in founding an entire genre, but also in forging the sound of several generations of younger musicians, inspiring, mentoring, and collaborating with the likes of Prince, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Kendrick Lamar, to name a few.

Though the band hasn’t had a fresh album since 1980’s Trombipulation, they recently sold out the 17,000-seat Hollywood Bowl and freed the minds and asses of packed festival crowds at Coachella. Clinton is consulting producer for Season 2 of Mike Judge’s Tales from the Tour Bus on HBO/Cinemax, and all episodes will feature funk legends. In fact, Clinton has been so busy doing everything from blockbuster European tours to curating vinyl subscriptions, it’s shocking he’s had time to lay down new tracks.

Medicaid Fraud Dogg jumped out of the furious activity, as Clinton listened to “Flying Lotus, Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z’s new album, Tra’Zae, and all that shit coming out of Atlanta. All that trap shit. I’m trapped in it,” as he explained to fans on Reddit in a recent AMA.

Yet while diving in and out of what’s hot in music, Clinton keeps his own radically singular perspective and his hallmark push for change through funk. Medicaid Fraud Dogg is a wild and funky musical excursion through the inner workings of the corrupt modern American medical machine, with tracks like “Medicated Creep”, “Pain Management”, “Psychotropic”, “Insurance Man”, and “I’m Gon Make You Sick O’Me.”

“Whenever political shit gets to like what’s going on now, you always find that music rises up to be a part of it. This reminds me so much of ’66 and ’67 when the Vietnam War was heating up and people started understanding together the civil rights concept that everyone was fighting for,” Clinton told Noisey in a recent interview. “The women’s march, all that needed was some funky music to it. They had different causes, but they all know positivity and felt that they had to be there together, and that’s what’s going to happen with this shit. You’re going to get so many people rising up that the whole country is going to come together. Funk will be around when that shit is needed. You have to dance your way out of your constrictions, and you need some funky music to do that.”

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Reply #130 posted 05/25/18 2:43pm

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My thoughts as a lifelong P-Funker (since 1974) . . .

  • Really like about half the tracks, mostly ones that sound more traditional P-Funk

  • All the rest I can deal with to varying degrees

  • One track that has no place especially sequenced fourth is Backwoods (WTF?)

  • Wish there was less profanity and especially overly crude (and I love gangsta rap) but as someone else says it kind of detracts and just is not necessary and makes it difficult to turn kids (like mine) onto the P-Funk

  • Really was no need to use Parliament name for this, it is better suited under the P-Funk All-Stars, George Clinton or a variation thereof. The same could be said for Funkadelic with Shake the Gate, which is similar to MFD in being a sprawling mixed bag of tracks from all over the map

  • Would have liked to hear more soulful vocals upfront, like maybe more Mudbone but also Steve Boyd, Garett Shider and whoever they could get to give it some feel and relationship to the incredible vocals of vintage P-Funk.

  • I am more impressed with Bootsy's World Wide Funk than MFD but still like it overall and am just super glad GC delivered it to us and is still in the game!

If you've got funk, you've got style.
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Reply #131 posted 05/25/18 4:46pm

SoulAlive

“lazy hoes...hit the door...suck that gut in,bitch” smile
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Reply #132 posted 05/25/18 6:07pm

mrwiggles

It's got some good vocals on it and Bone shines for sure but may be too much Bone and not enough of anybody else doing backing vocals. After a while some of it starts to sound similar. And that trumpet keeps showing up in song after song.

I'm just being way too critical here. I'm over analyzing this chyt. I'm gonna put this, Gate, World Wide Funk and Detroit Rising (seriously Funkin on this one) in a shuffle and see how it rolls. Throw Lige's Transfonkation in the mix too.
[Edited 5/25/18 18:09pm]
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Reply #133 posted 05/25/18 7:54pm

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HardcoreJollies said:

  • Really was no need to use Parliament name for this, it is better suited under the P-Funk All-Stars, George Clinton or a variation thereof. The same could be said for Funkadelic with Shake the Gate, which is similar to MFD in being a sprawling mixed bag of tracks from all over the map



I don’t know… the horn section is pretty prominent throughout, and that was Parliament’s signature sound. A few of the tracks sound like vintage Parliament to me (or at least Brides/Parlet, as in the case of Type Two).

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Reply #134 posted 05/26/18 1:19am

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  • Really was no need to use Parliament name for this, it is better suited under the P-Funk All-Stars, George Clinton or a variation thereof. The same could be said for Funkadelic with Shake the Gate, which is similar to MFD in being a sprawling mixed bag of tracks from all over the map

George Clinton + Gary Mudbone Cooper + Fred Wesley + P Funk Horns Greg Thomas, Bennie Cowan + Dewayne Blackbyrd McKnight + Junie Morrison + P-Nut etc. is worthy of the name Parliament.

George Clinton is wrapping up his career and handing over his work to the next generations.

The last Funkadelic album album paid tribute to Garry Shider in several ways. This Parliament album salutes Robert P-Nut Johnson, Junie Morrison and Bernie Worrell (Insurance Man).

I agree having Backwoods on the album makes no sense.

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Reply #135 posted 05/26/18 3:28am

mrwiggles

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I agree having Backwoods on the album makes no sense.



Well like you say he's passing it down to his seed. I thought Gate was a big step in that direction, the proverbial passing of the baton if you will. And this is the music they are into. I actually dig the music on this one lol. Who is that, Tra'zae? The delivery is a little too shall I say "street" for my tastes. But he's doing his thang.

Why not just give them a whole album and call it what it is George? Then give us something that is all of what it is. I'm all curious about what the PFAS album is gonna be now. All in all I'm on board with MFD, and will be dropping grooves like All in, 69, Oil Jones, No Mas, Ya Habit, Higher, Kool Aid, On Fie, Set Trip, Riddle Me This, Type Two all summer long.
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Reply #136 posted 05/26/18 1:02pm

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What song would you folks choose as the second single?



Insurance Man



Adding that second rap by Buttress was a master stroke. Buttress is an upcoming talent from original home of the p-funk New Jersey and was with GC in the Flying Lotus movie Kuso.



Her rap really gets to me: 'We have the funk cause George left us instructions ...' It goes straight to the heart of the project.



It is interesting that this stripped down earlier version ended up on the album. It is perfect. But there was a later version with pretty cool horn parts:





I would pay good money for a vinyl 12-inch single with both versions, album version and horns version, plus a dub horns version and a Flying Lotus remix.



Other possible singles: 69, Kool Aid, Type Two - noone does real singles anymore, but these would be great for special releases, vinyl 12-inches, videos, tv appearances, remixes, etc.



[Edited 5/26/18 13:15pm]

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Reply #137 posted 06/06/18 2:56am

mrwiggles

Aight you muggs have had a couple of weeks to digest the album. Upon further listen, now that this funk has seeped into your veins, any of your perspectives on the tracks change any?
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Reply #138 posted 06/06/18 6:16am

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mrwiggles said:

Aight you muggs have had a couple of weeks to digest the album. Upon further listen, now that this funk has seeped into your veins, any of your perspectives on the tracks change any?

I've gotten over the rappers........I love it.

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Reply #139 posted 06/09/18 9:32pm

SoulAlive

mrwiggles said:

Aight you muggs have had a couple of weeks to digest the album. Upon further listen, now that this funk has seeped into your veins, any of your perspectives on the tracks change any?

Every few days,I find a new favorite track that I keep playing over and over.Currently,the song "Higher" is the one that I'm really enjoying.I tend to favor the songs that don't have raps in them.

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Reply #140 posted 06/09/18 9:52pm

SoulAlive

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SoulAlive said:

What song would you folks choose as the second single?



Insurance Man

Other possible singles: 69, Kool Aid, Type Two - noone does real singles anymore, but these would be great for special releases, vinyl 12-inches, videos, tv appearances, remixes, etc.

I think "Type 2","Higher" or "All In" would be good choices.But yeah,like you said,no one really does singles anymore.Just for fun,I'd love for them to do a video for "Oil Jones" lol those lyrics could make a really funny,hilarious video.

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Reply #141 posted 06/10/18 8:42pm

mrwiggles

Higher has got to be one of my faves on the set. It's a "May We Bang You" type of track. It seems insignificant at first then it sneaks up on you. Creeps on you and into you. Then you realize man this is a bad track with some damn good harmonies from Kendra.
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Reply #142 posted 06/23/18 6:29pm

mrwiggles

Mr Wiggles Ultimate Medicaid Gate Playlist Sequence:

69
Radio Friendly
you can’t unring the bell
Psychotropic
Yesterdejavu
Antisocial
In da kar
Oil jones
Fucked Up
Dada
Jolene
Type two
Set trip
Pole power
Boom there we go again
All in
Where would I go
Old fool
Roller rink
Ya Habit
Zip it
Riddle me This
Medicaid fraud dog
Higher
Catchin boogie fever
I mo be your dog
On fire
If I didn’t love u
Pain management
Baby like fonkin it up
Loodie poo
Kool Aid
Get low
Mama told me
The wall
No mos
Proof in pudding
Talking to the wall
Backwoods
Medicated Creep
Meow meow
I’m go make sick
Ain’t that funkin ice cube version
First ya gotta shake the gate
Snot n booger
In da kar soul clap mix
Insurance man
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Reply #143 posted 06/24/18 7:13am

mrwiggles

https://youtu.be/YduYwSkaimg

Backwoods live in Denmark
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Reply #144 posted 06/24/18 5:11pm

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Gotta get more time to listen to Medicaid Fraud Dawg again. Too bad I was out of town when George came back this year. I probably missed the last time I could have seen him... sad Sure had a great hot and sweaty time with P-Funk last fall! cool

Don't believe what you hear
Don't believe what you see...
I know that the tide is turning 'round
So don't let the bastards grind you down!
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Reply #145 posted 06/25/18 1:11pm

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mrwiggles said:

Mr Wiggles Ultimate Medicaid Gate Playlist Sequence: 69 Radio Friendly you can’t unring the bell Psychotropic Yesterdejavu Antisocial In da kar Oil jones Fucked Up Dada Jolene Type two Set trip Pole power Boom there we go again All in Where would I go Old fool Roller rink Ya Habit Zip it Riddle me This Medicaid fraud dog Higher Catchin boogie fever I mo be your dog On fire If I didn’t love u Pain management Baby like fonkin it up Loodie poo Kool Aid Get low Mama told me The wall No mos Proof in pudding Talking to the wall Backwoods Medicated Creep Meow meow I’m go make sick Ain’t that funkin ice cube version First ya gotta shake the gate Snot n booger In da kar soul clap mix Insurance man

hmmm so you basically just compiled your favorite songs from Shake The Gate and Medicaid Fraud Dogg? smile

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Reply #146 posted 06/25/18 1:49pm

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https://youtu.be/YduYwSkaimg

Backwoods live in Denmark

Dammit, that sounds more like r&b than P-Funk. I'm going to see him tomorrow, so now I know some of the things I can expect, so thanks for posting.
I may disagree with everything you say, but I will defend your right to say it.
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Reply #147 posted 06/25/18 4:45pm

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SoulAlive said:



mrwiggles said:


Mr Wiggles Ultimate Medicaid Gate Playlist Sequence: 69 Radio Friendly you can’t unring the bell Psychotropic Yesterdejavu Antisocial In da kar Oil jones Fucked Up Dada Jolene Type two Set trip Pole power Boom there we go again All in Where would I go Old fool Roller rink Ya Habit Zip it Riddle me This Medicaid fraud dog Higher Catchin boogie fever I mo be your dog On fire If I didn’t love u Pain management Baby like fonkin it up Loodie poo Kool Aid Get low Mama told me The wall No mos Proof in pudding Talking to the wall Backwoods Medicated Creep Meow meow I’m go make sick Ain’t that funkin ice cube version First ya gotta shake the gate Snot n booger In da kar soul clap mix Insurance man



hmmm so you basically just compiled your favorite songs from Shake The Gate and Medicaid Fraud Dogg? smile



I did. But it's the way it got sequenced that got into my earhole. I was just feeling the tracks and how the preceding and succeeding cuts complimented the track between them. Before I knew it I had this playlist. I didn't think that much of it until I actually pressed play to kick it off with 69.
Man I was transfixed at the way it flowed. Both records came to life in a way they had not before.
The damned sequence made all the difference!
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Reply #148 posted 06/26/18 3:44pm

SoulAlive

mrwiggles said:

SoulAlive said:



mrwiggles said:


Mr Wiggles Ultimate Medicaid Gate Playlist Sequence: 69 Radio Friendly you can’t unring the bell Psychotropic Yesterdejavu Antisocial In da kar Oil jones Fucked Up Dada Jolene Type two Set trip Pole power Boom there we go again All in Where would I go Old fool Roller rink Ya Habit Zip it Riddle me This Medicaid fraud dog Higher Catchin boogie fever I mo be your dog On fire If I didn’t love u Pain management Baby like fonkin it up Loodie poo Kool Aid Get low Mama told me The wall No mos Proof in pudding Talking to the wall Backwoods Medicated Creep Meow meow I’m go make sick Ain’t that funkin ice cube version First ya gotta shake the gate Snot n booger In da kar soul clap mix Insurance man



hmmm so you basically just compiled your favorite songs from Shake The Gate and Medicaid Fraud Dogg? smile



I did. But it's the way it got sequenced that got into my earhole. I was just feeling the tracks and how the preceding and succeeding cuts complimented the track between them. Before I knew it I had this playlist. I didn't think that much of it until I actually pressed play to kick it off with 69.
Man I was transfixed at the way it flowed. Both records came to life in a way they had not before.
The damned sequence made all the difference!


Yeah,I think the sequencing on both albums wasn’t done in a good way.The tracks don’t really flow together.
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Reply #149 posted 06/26/18 8:21pm

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SoulAlive said:

mrwiggles said:



I did. But it's the way it got sequenced that got into my earhole. I was just feeling the tracks and how the preceding and succeeding cuts complimented the track between them. Before I knew it I had this playlist. I didn't think that much of it until I actually pressed play to kick it off with 69.
Man I was transfixed at the way it flowed. Both records came to life in a way they had not before.
The damned sequence made all the difference!


Yeah,I think the sequencing on both albums wasn’t done in a good way.The tracks don’t really flow together.


Try the one I posted. Everyone I’ve given it to is like dang you must have tapped into some serious funkentelechy to get this flow. I’m telling you it’s werking like a mofo over here. I did not realize what I had until I started playing it. I had not listened to any Gate in months. Now it’s hitting me like a new album.
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