|The Cinderella Theory|
|Studio album by George Clinton|
|Released||August 2, 1989|
|Genre||Funk, dance, R&B|
|Label||Paisley Park/Warner Bros.|
|George Clinton chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|||
|Spin Alternative Record Guide||(8/10)|
The Cinderella Theory is the fifth studio album by American funk musician George Clinton, released August 2, 1989 on Paisley Park Records. It was released three years after his previous studio effort, R&B Skeletons in the Closet, which was his last album for Capitol Records. The Cinderella Theory represented a comeback of sorts for Clinton, who had been largely absent from the pop music scene since his last album for Capitol. The album was produced by Clinton for Baby Clinton Inc.
There is an alternate version of the album, copyright 1989, which does not include Rita Bewitched or Kredit Kard. The album art is the same front and back as the 12 track album. The record sleeve lists a copyright of 1988 for each individual song (except for the cover of The Banana Boat Song). The left edge of the album cover has a horizontal clip/perforation 1/2 an inch from the bottom.
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