George Clinton’s legendary funk group Parliament are releasing vinyl reissues of two classic albums via Urban Legends/Universal Music Enterprises. The band’s 1974 sophomore LP Up for the Down Stroke is being issued on standard black vinyl, as well as translucent red vinyl. Parliament’s third record, 1975’s Chocolate City, is getting reissued as a picture disc and on black vinyl. Preview them below.
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