Funkadelic's "Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On" is not only a high point of their career but it's also one of the greatest guitar albums ever waxed. The band has finally perfected their groundbreaking fusion of soul music harmonies, hard funky grooves, off the wall weirdness & blistering guitar work. From hot funk/rockers like "Red Hot Mama", "Alice In My Fantasies" & the title track to the atmospheric "I'll Stay" & "Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts" to the goofy "Jimmy's Got A Little Bit Of Bitch In Him", this is Funkadelic at it's best. To sweeten the deal, this reissue adds the rare single b-side, "Vital Juices" (actually, this should be called "Red Hot Mama" part two because it picks up where "Mama" fades out with more great guitar work), the single version of the title song, informative notes by Dean Rutland, and all the original artwork (along with rare photos of the group). Also, Westbound/Ace has corrected the mastering error that resulted in edited versions of some of the tracks on this reissue and now "Standing On The Verge" can be heard in all it's glory. So if you're a Funkadelic fan, a Hendrix fan, a Sly Stone fan, or if you just want to hear one of the greatest funk/rock LPs ever, this one's just waiting for you.