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A Whole Nother Thang

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Released  1976 (1976)
A Whole Nother Thang (1976)  Radio Active (1978)
Release date  1976
Label  Westbound Records
Length  38:10
Artist  Fuzzy Haskins
Producer  Fuzzy Haskins
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Genres  Funk, Soul music, Rhythm and blues
Similar  Fuzzy Haskins albums, Funk albums

A Whole Nother Thang is the 1976 debut album by Parliament-Funkadelic vocalist Clarence "Fuzzy" Haskins. The album was released by Westbound Records and features heavy participation from various P-Funk musicians. The album features the track "Cookie Jar", which was later recorded by the P-Funk spin off act Parlet as well as Prince. It is the first P-Funk spin off album not to be produced by George Clinton.


The album was produced and arranged by Haskins. In 1994, the album was reissued along with its successor Radio Active on a single CD entitled A Whole Nother Radio Active Thang (Westbound CDSEWD 099), which also featured the previously unreleased bonus track "Right Back Where I Started From".

Track listing

  1. "Tangerine Green" (Clarence Haskins)
  2. "Cookie Jar" (Haskins)
  3. "Mr. Junk Man" (Haskins)
  4. "I Can See Myself in You" (Haskins)
  5. "Fuz and da Boog" (Haskins, Cordell Mosson)
  6. "Which Way Do I Disco?" (Haskins)
  7. "Love's Now Is Forever" (Haskins)
  8. "Sometimes I Rock and Roll" (Haskins)
  9. "I'll Be Loving You" (Haskins)


1Tangerine Green4:18
2Cookie Jar4:45
3Mr Junk Man3:47


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