10 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The title track to Funkadelic's third album is the sound of the spirit leaving the body. As the album's tentpole—containing, courtesy Eddie Hazel, an impossibly epic guitar solo—it casts a long shadow, quickly illuminated by "Can You Get to That," a gospel-funk masterpiece that travels to heaven and back in less than three minutes. "Hit It and Quit It" confirms Hazel's rock-riff cred, and "Wars of Armageddon" is a gleeful bad trip through the end of the world, complete with hooting owls, crying babies, and wailing klaxons.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The title track to Funkadelic's third album is the sound of the spirit leaving the body. As the album's tentpole—containing, courtesy Eddie Hazel, an impossibly epic guitar solo—it casts a long shadow, quickly illuminated by "Can You Get to That," a gospel-funk masterpiece that travels to heaven and back in less than three minutes. "Hit It and Quit It" confirms Hazel's rock-riff cred, and "Wars of Armageddon" is a gleeful bad trip through the end of the world, complete with hooting owls, crying babies, and wailing klaxons.

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