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Synth-funk is a pretty specific genre, but even within this microcosm of bouncing beats and rubberband basslines, there are even smaller microcosms. Although it’s hard to think of the many planets in George Clinton’s funk galaxy as being small, P-Funk represented an entire world unto itself, where grooves extended for miles, verses and choruses were entirely obliterated in favor of layers and layers of dense instrumentation and vocals, with various refrains and shout-outs happening in one giant space-age orgy of good times. “Flash Light” is the best and biggest song to emerge from Parliament’s unidentified funk object, with Bernie Worrell and Bootsy Collins guiding the ship with their head-spinning laser grooves. This is how you rock a party on Neptune. – JT