Motor Booty Affair is an album by funk band Parliament. Released on November 20, 1978. It contains two of the group's most popular tracks, "Rumpofsteelskin" and "Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop)" which went to number one on the Billboard Black Singles chart. Artist Overton Loyd prepared the cover of Motor Booty Affair. The main release consisted of a gate-fold album cover featuring a pop-up rendition of the city of Atlantis, with Loyd's artwork on the front and back covers
The Motor-Booty Affair Lyrics: Oh, Oh ladies and gentleman, you gotta see this. Oh, Oh look at the, Jellyfish), This is exciting ladies and gentlemen.
Motor Booty Affair is no doubt another classic album and the perfect follow-up to 1977's Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome. On Motor Booty Affair, Clinton decides to yuck it up more with a great underwater concept and a few of his stronger alter egos, including the rhythmically challenged Sir Nose D' Void of Funk and his friend Rumpofsteelskin. The deft and airy "Mr. Wiggles" has Clinton taking on the persona of Wiggles, the "DJ of the affair" as he says: "Mr. Wiggles here on roller skates and a yo-yo/Acting a fool.
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Although George Clinton and Parliament were known for their futuristic, space-age cosmic-slop imagery, they were far from a one-trick pony. Case in point is 1978's brilliant Motor Booty Affair, which found Clinton and the gang diving into the deep and coming back up for air with a collection of aqua-based songs as trippy and otherworldly as anything the group ever created. Released: 11 Nov 1978. 1978 The Island Def Jam Music Group. The Best of Parliament - Give Up the Funk. Mothership Reconnection.