In 1982 George Clinton released his Computer Games album. After recording dozens of Funkadelic and Parliament albums, this was his first solo album. This was also the final album Clinton recorded with the official P-Funk Collective. The album features Atomic Dog - The final P-Funk single to hit number one on the R&B charts. When the song was recorded, Clinton add-libbed most of the lyrics spontaneously during the song's recording session, he has admitted that he was in an "enhanced" state at the time. The song has been sampled in over 200 songs, including Stezo's 1989 classic It's My Turn, Dr Dre's 1992 hit Dre Day, Ice Cube's 1995 song Friday. In 1993, Snoop Doggy sampled Atomic Dog on his highly acclaimed debut single - Snoop Doggy Dogg. The single was produced by Dr Dre, who also sampled from Funkadelic's (Not Just) Knee Deep and Parliament's Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker).
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