This five-track, 28-minute maxi-single gave George Clinton four opportunities to reconfigure his song "Paint The White House Black," a hip-hop track that he handed over to such rappers as Dr. Dre much in the way he used to share responsibility for Parliament-Funkadelic tracks with Bootsy Collins and others. The result was a hybrid in which the angry rap message was somewhat diluted by the funk. (Not a bad thing, come to think of it.) The disc also contained the non-album track "Booty."
AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann