George Clinton’s legendary funk group Parliament are releasing vinyl reissues of two basic albums by way of City Legends/Common Music Enterprises. The band’s 1974 sophomore LP Up for the Down Stroke is being issued on customary black vinyl, in addition to translucent crimson vinyl. Parliament’s third report, 1975’s Chocolate Metropolis, is getting reissued as an image disc and on black vinyl. Preview them under.
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