- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: September 6, 2005
- Label: The C Kunspyruhzy
Mojo (Publisher) - p.1024 stars out of 5
-- "P-Funk All-Stars...supply a true highlight, their hypnotic jam and live show opener, 'Bounce 2 This' -- a squelching electronic funk anthem in the making."
Tracks on Disc 1:
- 1.Bounce 2 This - (featuring P-Funk All Stars)
- 2.Su, Su, Su - (featuring Trey Lewd)
- 4.U Can Depend on Me
- 5.U Ain't Runnin Shit
- 6.Inhale Slow - (featuring Paul Hill)
- 7.Because / Last Time Zone
- 8.Never Ending Love
- 9.Sexy Side of You
- 10.Saddest Day
- 11.I Can Dance - (featuring Susy's Posse)
- 12.I'll Be Sittin' Here - (featuring Joi)
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 1.Don't Dance Too Close
- 2.More Than Words Can Say - (live, featuring Funkadelic / Parliament)
- 4.Something Stank
- 5.Our Secret - (featuring Trey Lewd)
- 7.Gypsy Woman
- 8.Whole Lotta Shakin' - (featuring Bobby Womack)
- 9.Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight
- 11.Trust in Youself - (featuring George Clinton)
- 12.Booty - (featuring P-Funk All Stars)
George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars (Funk): Dewayne Blackbyrd McKnight, Eric McFadden, Garry Shider, George Clinton , Greg Thomas , Robert "P-Nut" Johnson, Michael Hampton , Tracey Lewis, Kendra Foster, RonKat Spearman, Cardell Mosson, Daniel Bedrosian.
Personnel: Clip Payne, Sue Dog, Kevin Shider, Louis Kabbabie, Clarence "Fuzzy" Haskins, Garry Shider, Gary "Mudbone" Cooper, Robert "P-Nut" Johnson, J.T. Money, Joi Gilliam, Rob Manzoli, Jazze Pha, Pat Lewis, Prince, Sandra Feva, Sheila Brody, Tracey Lewis, Trey Lewd, Belita Woods, Raymond Davis, James "Big Jim" Wright , Kendra Foster, RonKat Spearman, Calvin Simon (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Larry Ferguson .
Funk mastermind and ringleader of the Parliament-Funkadelic empire, George Clinton returned in 2005 to drop a double album that features the P-Funk All Stars (which includes long-time Funk Mob members like lead guitarist extraordinaire Michael Hampton and Clinton's diaper-clad sidekick Gary Shider). While this epic, sprawling collection of head-nodding jams and soulful R&B melodies could use some focus, the presence of guest stars (Prince's appearance on "Paradigm" makes it one of the set's highlights) and the surplus of fierce, cosmic grooves on which Clinton built his empire can still make listeners wiggle all over with joy.