Compared to the other album of theirs I've heard, Look-Ka Py Py, Rejuvenation is still funk, but a distinctly different sound. This gets more into the area of funk I'd more closely envision Parliament/Funkadelic doing. There are moments of soul in here too. It is kind of a sloppy album with its eclectic influences and shifting sounds from song to song. The production is loose and instruments are varied.
Songs I Knew I Liked: “Africa”
Songs I Now Like: “What 'cha Say” and “Loving You is On My Mind”
Songs I Don't Want to Ever Hear Again: None
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