Funkadelic's Cosmic Slop was released in 1973 on the Westbound label. Not a particularly big seller for the band upon its initial release, the record has aged well and stands out as a classic album from a prolific period in the bands history.
Cosmic Slop was the first Funkadelic record to feature Pedro Bell's unique style of artwork. He would continue to design record covers and liner notes for all subsequent releases until the early 80s.
The video below is a promotional clip for the album's title track, shot in New York City.
"Nappy Dugout" (George Clinton, Cordell Mosson, Garry Shider)
"You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure" (Clinton, Sidney Barnes)
"March to the Witch's Castle" (Clinton)
"Let's Make It Last" (Clinton, Eddie Hazel)
"Cosmic Slop" (Clinton, Bernie Worrell)
"This Broken Heart" (W. Franklin)
"Trash A-Go-Go" (Clinton)
"Can't Stand the Strain" (Clinton, Hazel)