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Tha Funk Capital of the World

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Released  April 26, 2011
Artist  Bootsy Collins
Label  Mascot Records
Genres  Funk, Hip hop music
Recorded  2010-2011
Release date  26 April 2011
Producer  Bootsy Collins
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The Official Boot-Legged-Bootsy-CD (2009)  Tha Funk Capital of the World (2011)
Similar  Bootsy Collins albums, Funk albums

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Tha Funk Capital of the World is the thirteenth studio album by American funk musician Bootsy Collins, released on April 26, 2011, by Mascot Records. It features an array of Bootsy's friends and colleagues including Chuck D, Snoop Dogg and Bootsy's one time Parliament and P-Funk bandmates, George Clinton and Bernie Worrell. The album has one single: "Don't Take My Funk", featuring Catfish Collins and Bobby Womack.

Contents

Track listing

By Allmusic and Music Thread.

Critical reception

The album has been generally well received. Metacritic reported an overall rating of 68, with 6 "positive" and 5 "mixed" reviews. Daniel Ross of the BBC said the album was "waking up a new generation to funk’s heritage", though he said that all the cameos made the album feel "sluggish and bloated at times". Betty Clarke of the Guardian gave the album 4/5 stars, reporting that the album was "as close to the Mothership as it gets".

Songs

1Spreading Hope Like Dope (intro)1:46
2Hip Hop @ Funk USnoop Dogg - Ice Cube - Chuck D - 4:10
3Mirrors Tell LiesJimi Hendrix5:10

References

Tha Funk Capital of the World Wikipedia


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