Let's Take It to the Stage is the seventh album by American funk/soul/rock band Funkadelic. It was released in April 1975 on Westbound Records. The album charted at number 102 on the Billboard 200 and number 14 on the R&B Albums. Let's Take It to the Stage is a funk rock album. The opening track, "Good to Your Earhole", features extensive guitar parts and a pronounced funk groove played by the rhythm section
A. Let's Take It To The Stage. B. Biological Speculation. Written-By – E. Harris, G. Clinton.
Funkadelic – Biological Speculation Lyrics. from album: America Eats Its Young (1972).
Let's Take It To The Stage 06. Get Off Your Ass And Jam 07. Baby I Owe You Something Good 0. Let's Take It To The Stage 215. Biological Speculation 216. Undisco Kidd 217. How Do Yeaw View You.
Album · 1975 · 11 Songs. Here Fulwood leads the band in a series of tightly knit yet monstrous grooves. Good to Your Earhole is one of Funkadelic’s great anthems, a seamless merger of funk and hard rock that incites listeners to put your hands together, come on stomp your feet! Better By the Pound and Stuffs and Things deliver more wallop, with the squad of distinct.
No Head No Backstage Pass. 5. 6. Get Off Your Ass And Jam. 7. Baby I Owe You Something Good. 8. Stuffs & Things. 9. The Song Is Familiar. This is one of Funkadelic's weirder ones.
Biological Speculation. This song is by Funkadelic and appears on the album America Eats Its Young (1972). We're just a biological speculationSittin' here, vibratin'And we don't know what we're vibratin' about. And the animal instinct in meMakes me wanna defend meIt makes me want to live when it's time to die. Y'all see my point?I don't mean to come on strong but I am concerned.