PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC: One Nation Under a Groove

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An image collage with a headshot of George Clinton above an illustration of four action figure/superheroes raising a large red, black and green flag that says “R&B” and a cartoon illustration of woman wearing a green dress with a large Afro saying “Funkadelic” in a colorful “word balloon” atop several striped slogans and a sign saying “One Nation Under a Groove.” 

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Follow one of the most unique and influential groups in music history. From a ‘60s barbershop doo-wop group to ‘70s masters of funk, through pitfalls and comebacks, to being the world’s most sampled band — P-Funk continues to perform, record and funk on into the 21st century.
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