Funkadelic is an American band that was most prominent during the 1970s. The band and its sister act Parliament, both led by George Clinton, pioneered the funk music culture of that decade. Relative to its sister act, Funkadelic pursued a heavier, psychedelic rock-oriented sound.
Maggot Brain is the third studio album by the American funk band Funkadelic. It was recorded at United Sound Systems in Detroit during late 1970 and early 1971, before being released in July 1971 by Westbound Records. Shortly after Maggot Brain was recorded, Tawl Ross, Eddie Hazel, Billy Nelson, and Tiki Fulwood left the band for various reasons.
1. "Maggot Brain" Edward Hazel, George Clinton 10:21
2. "Can You Get to That" (released as a single-Westbound 185) George Clinton, Ernest Harris 2:50
3. "Hit It and Quit It" (released as a single-Westbound 198) George Clinton, William Nelson 3:50
4. "You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks" (released as a single-Westbound 175) George Clinton, Clarence Haskins, William Nelson, Bernard Worrell, Judie Jones (mistakenly credit) 3:36
5. "Super Stupid" Edward Hazel, Lucious Ross, William Nelson, George Clinton 4:01
6. "Back in Our Minds" Clarence Haskins 2:38
7. "Wars of Armageddon" Ramon Fulwood, Lucious Ross, George Clinton, Bernard Worrell 9:42
2005 CD reissue bonus tracks
8. "Whole Lot of BS" George Clinton, Bernard Worrell 2:11
9. "I Miss My Baby" (United Soul with Funkadelic, from the CD U.S. Music with Funkadelic)