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Album Review

As its wackadoo title signals, Turn My Teeth Up! isn't the kind of record you put on to get in touch with your tender side; if you're not in the mood to summon your inner funkateer, don't bother cracking the jewel case. If, however, you're familiar with the oddball genius of Prince Paul, late of Handsome Boy Modeling School, and you also happen to be up for his highly eccentric brand of musical lollygagging, the debut effort by his new outfit Baby Elephant will almost surely make your day. These funky fresh and occasionally ferocious tracks, on which the onetime P-Funk and Talking Heads keyboard player Bernie Worrell does his thing, captivate with their left-field energy (check out Nona Hendryx on "Crack Addicts In Love") and consistently amuse (check out the handful of wobble-headed skits). Contributions from old-school avant-lovers such as Yellowman, George Clinton and David Byrne wrap this music in a '70s vibe — overall, it's a weird-artist treasury with as much bite as the title would have you believe.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

The brainchild of unorthodox hip-hop producer Prince Paul, Baby Elephant features Paul, his longtime collaborator Newkirk, and his longtime hero Bernie Worrell. Paul had been a fan of Parliament/Funkadelic since he was a teenager and had long hoped to work with the bands' keyboardist, Worrell. He had sampled Worrell's work long before he met the man, beginning with the bit of P-Funk he dropped on De La Soul's classic album 3 Feet High and Rising. The two finally met while promoting the 2005 documentary...
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