Sons of the P 1991 Album
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Digital Underground managed to follow up on the success of 1990's Sex Packets here on their second album, which was an all-out tribute to the 1970's space-funk co-op Parliament-Funkadelic. They even get George Clinton himself to cameo on the title track. Whereas the previous album owed more to 1980's Golden Age rap, DU head honcho Shock G spread his stylistic wings, added more people to the group, and more elements to the sound. Now, more than ever, this has the feel of 70's communal funk put in the context of hip-hop, with most every track spreading the wealth among multiple rappers, vocals, samples, and effects.
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