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CategoryRock Albums, Pop CDs

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E Pluribus Funk album for sale by Grand Funk Railroad was released Nov 19, 2002 on the Capitol Catalog label. E Pluribus Funk CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs.

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1Footstompin' Music See All 243:43 $1.29
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2People, Let's Stop the War See All 45:13 $1.29
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3Upsetter See All 94:27 $1.29
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4I Come Tumblin' See All 35:42 $1.29
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5Save the Land See All 54:12 $1.29
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6No Lies See All 43:55 $1.29
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7Loneliness See All 108:38 $1.29
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8I'm Your Captain/Closer To Home See All 155:57 $1.29
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9Hooked On Love See All 102:45 $1.29
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10Get It Together See All 122:53 $1.29
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11Mark Say's Alright See All 74:21 $1.29
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This CD remastered its at its best. Wow finally I found a CD of 1971 at its best. I really pump up the music of my favorate band. The equalization of the CD blew me away. Thank you Grand Funk. Nicky PR.
By nnegron (PUERTO RICO, USA) Verified Buyer
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Grand Funk at full volume:
So my wife goes shopping and while sheís out I put on this new E Pluribus Funk edition on full volume. There are four new live tracks, recorded in Dayton Ohio and Detroit, Michigan, back in 1971. These were good times and music was important then. However, will my equipment stand the Grand Funk test? This is my brotherís Aiwa Super T Bass CD stack and the speakers are supposed to handle 70 watts. Iím listening to them now and the live tracks, including ĎIím Your Captain / Closer to Home are up there with the greatest Ė well worth the money alone. But they need volume to get the best of the balance between drum, lead and bass. These arenít just three guys hammering instruments Ė each song is orchestrated and balanced. So what happens? Imagine my sadness when both of the speakers started fluffing and losing tone. Once again my equipment has failed the Grand Funk sound test -- and I paid £60 for this CD player second-hand! Why canít the equipment match the music? Music like this is no longer around. Here in the UK there are very few in the know so that makes this music personal. This particular CD demonstrates just what a three-piece band can actually achieve working in harmony, with the bass and drum acting as a rhythm section. Few bands have been able to do this -- The Jimi Hendrix Experience was another. Peter Hobday, Cornwall.
By hobday (Cornwall, England) Verified Buyer
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Grand Funk Power
This is a very different sounding album than Survival. As far as manager/producer Terry Knight's work with the band, this is the heaviest sounding record he was able to achieve as their producer. It is actually a loud sounding rock record. I won't deal with the bonus tracks (haven't listened to this remaster for a while). If I remember correctly, Mark Farner used a guitar he got from Humble Pie's Steve Marriott on this particular album. Farner gets a fairly monstrous sound, and Donnie Brewer's drums (except, it seems, on "Foostompin' Music") pack a punch, too. Mel Schacher's bass is rumbling on "People, Let's Stop The War." Brewer's sandpapery vocals on "Save The Land" are completely appropriate on that rocker (he became quite the silky soul singer on later albums like Born To Die). "Upsetter" is some good pop-laced hard rock. A particular favorite of mine is "I Come Tumblin'." Solid rock awaits for the unitiated!
By Pete (Iowa, USA)
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Grand Funk's Best
This is the best album in GFR's catalog. "Footstompin' Music", "Loneliness", and "Save The Land" are classics. "I Come Tumblin'" may be the best jamming song of all time. E Pluribus Funk represents the best in power trio rock & roll. If you want to know what GFR was all about, this is the CD to buy.
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the last master grand funk railroad album
the first 6 grand funk albums wre done by a power trio. e pluribus funk was the last album done by the band as a trio. footstompin music and people lets stop the war are hard rock delights but please check out the passion of lonliness backed by classical strings.
By rusher55379 (minneapolis mn) Verified Buyer
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E Pluribus Funk songs Product Details

CD Universe Part number8321369
LabelCapitol Catalog
Release DateNov 19, 2002
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