Invasion of the Booty Snatchers


Invasion of the Booty Snatchers

Infobox Album
Name = Invasion of the Booty Snatchers
Type = studio
Artist = Parlet


Released = 1979
Recorded = 1979
Genre = Funk
Length = 40:26
Label = Casablanca
Producer = George Clinton and Ron Dunbar
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:09fuxqe5ldfe~T1 link]
Last album = "Pleasure Principle (album)"
(1978)
This album = "Invasion of the Booty Snatchers"
(1979)
Next album = "Play Me or Trade Me"
(1980)

"Invasion of the Booty Snatchers" is the second studio album by the P-Funk spin off group Parlet. Released in 1979, the album saw the exit of Mallia Franklin (she recorded 3 songs) and the entrance of Janice Evans (she recorded the last 2 songs). It was produced by George Clinton and Ron Dunbar.

Invasion of the Booty Snatchers was re-released in Japan on the Casablanca/Polystar label in 1992 on CD and in Germany on Universal in 2003.

Tracks

#"Riding High" (Ron Dunbar, Donny Sterling) (released as 7" single Casablanca NB 975 and 12" single Casablanca NBD 20161 DJ)
#"No Rump To Bump" (Donny Sterling, Ron Dunbar, Jim Vitti, George Clinton)
#"Don't Ever Stop (Lovin' Me, Needin' Me)" (Glenn Goins, Ron Dunbar, George Clinton)
#"Booty Snatchers" (Ron Dunbar, George Clinton, Pete Bishop)
#"You're Leaving" (Gary Cooper, George Clinton, Ron Dunbar)
#"Huff-N-Puff" (Ron Dunbar, Michael Hampton)

Personnel

*Guitars: Gordon Carlton, Jerome Ali, Phelps Collins, Bootsy Collins, Michael Hampton, Kevin D. Oliver, Tim Moore, Glenn Goins, Garry Shider
*Bass: Bootsy Collins, Donnie R. Sterling, Jeff Bunn, Jimmy Ali
*Drums: Frank Waddy, Gary Cooper, Bootsy Collins, Kenny Colton
*Percussion: Carl Small, Larry Fratangelo
*Keyboards/Synthesizers: Bernie Worrell, Ernestro Wilson, Joel Johnson, Manon Saulsby
*Horns: Benny Cowan, Greg Boyer, Greg Thomas
*Additional vocals: George Clinton, Mallia Franklin, Donnie Sterling, Cheryl James, Ray Davis, Ron Ford, Robert Johnson, Gary Cooper, Gordon Carlton, Janice Carlton


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