Cosmic Slop

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Cosmic Slop is a 1973 album by Funkadelic, released on Westbound Records. While it has been reevaluated by critics long after its original release, the album was a commercial failure, as it produced no charting singles and did not make the Billboard 200 albums chart.[1]

Cosmic Slop is the first Funkadelic album to feature artwork and liner notes by Pedro Bell, who assumed responsibility for the band's gate-fold album covers and liner notes until the band's collapse after 1981's The Electric Spanking of War Babies. Bell's liner notes to Cosmic Slop include small illustrations next to each song's name, summarizing the song in a picture.

Contents

Track listing

Line-up

Songs

Nappy Dugout

'Nappy Dugout' is a slang term referring to the vagina[2].

You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure

The singer explains why he is sad, because his woman has left him for someone else. He claims to have noticed water in his house and called a plumber, who told him that the water did not come from his sink, but from his tears. He also claims his "nerves are shot" and he has devoured most of his fingernails in his pain. This song is a reworking of the 1965 Parliaments single "Heart Trouble".

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