#1
I love Parliament and have pretty recently got into them.

Whats this about Parliament and Funkadelic though? They joined together or something? Could someone explain what went on? ha ha thanks.

Also, do they have any relation to Prince? As I've seen the name pop up in some searches.

Thanks...Probobly a stupid question but hey ho

EDIT: Yet another stupid "SEARCH GOOGLE LMAO LOLOLOL" reply.

Thanks guys..
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#5
Some of Prince's music could probably considered funk, so thats why he comes up. Unless he ever worked with the band, or in the band and I just dont know
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#10
The collective's origins date back to the doo-wop group The Parliaments, formed in the late 1950s in Plainfield, New Jersey. Under Clinton's direction, by the early 1970s the groups Parliament and Funkadelic were operating concurrently and consisted of the same stable of musicians playing different types of funk music for two different labels. The name "Parliament-Funkadelic" became the catch-all term for the multiple bands in Clinton's stable.
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That is prostitute in spanish.

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