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Funkadelic's 'Maggot Brain' At 50: R&B, Psychedelic Rock And A Black Guitarist's Cry

Aiming to make a record that fans would still listen to decades later, George Clinton and Funkadelic mixed R&B, psychedelic rock and a Black guitar hero's cry.

Fluid Dynamics Deeb
Theme from Endless Sunset Deeb
Oceanica The Best Pessimist
6619 Days of Waiting The Best Pessimist
Director The Antlers
Reborn Jellis and Subsets
Theme For The Restless Alessandro Rizzo, Elliot Greenway Ireland
Easy Muffin Amon Tobin

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Why Looking Back On The Past Makes You Feel Better In The Present

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Funkadelic's 'Maggot Brain' At 50: R&B, Psychedelic Rock And A Black Guitarist's Cry

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A Lonely Olympics For Athletes Competing To Be Champions

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Under the City Stars Aso, Aviino, Middle School

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President Biden Wants To Make It Easier For You To Get Your Broken Smartphone Fixed

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What Are We Waiting For Sun Glitters
Together Sun Glitters
Forever Only Arms and Sleepers
Senior In The Stripper's Light The Gothenburg Address
A Lesser Coming Home The Gothenburg Address
Of the Wrist Feverkin
Folds Feverkin & Koresma
Rainy Uyama Hiroto

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