Thursday, April 22, 2010

Invictus, 1970

Invictus was a label launched by the songwriting linchpins of the Motown hit factory, Edward Holland Jr., Lamont Dozier, and Brian Holland, in 1968. Most of its offerings were successful R&B and soul records, but in 1970 they dropped this stone cold, unclassifiable classic, Osmium, the first and one of the trippiest and best albums by George Clinton's Parliament (not be confused with his earlier vocal group, the Parliaments).

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