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Funkadelic|Ready To Launch  (Live 1978)

Ready To Launch (Live 1978)

Funkadelic

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1
Intro (Live 1978)
00:02:14

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2
Cholly (Funk Gettin' Ready To Roll) (Live 1978)
00:10:40

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3
Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Suckah) (Live 1978)
00:07:29

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4
Night Of The Thumpasaurus Peoples (Live 1978)
00:05:01

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5
James Wesley Jackson Monologue (Live 1978)
00:01:57

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6
Standing On The Verge Of Gettin' It On (Live 1978)
00:12:40

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7
Mothership Connection (Live 1978)
00:04:30

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8
Flashlight (Live 1978)
00:06:26

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9
One Nation Under A Groove (Live 1978)
00:04:38

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