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Take Control is the second studio album by English punk rock duo Slaves, released on 30 September 2016. The album was produced by former Beastie Boys member Mike D, who also makes a guest appearance on the song "Consume or Be Consumed". Producer Mike D said of the album and the band: Vincent said that the album is "more well-rounded" than their debut album, and that it "dips a bit further in to politics" with their aim being to "inspire people to have an opinion".
Your new album – Take Control – is out on September 30. What can we expect to hear from the new record? There’s some new themes – or continued themes I should say – but mainly new instrumentation. Where did the album title come from? Is it more important than ever for people to ‘Take Control’? It’s tied in with the last album – the question of ‘Are You Satisfied?’ The name was the first thing that came before any of the songs; Isaac had an idea for a track called ‘Take Control’, and we just agreed, right there and then, that would be an amazing album title. We don’t really like self-titled albums because it seems like a waste of an opportunity to say something – and it just felt ‘right’. Like, Are You Satisfied? and then Take Control. They just lend themselves to each other
Wonder if, at least as per present grammar rules, "must necessarily take their chance" shouldn't accordingly be replaced by "must have taken their chance"? Education was almost entirely a matter of luck usually of ill-luck in those distant days. The state of mind in which you take a billiard-cue or a dice-box in your hand is one of sober certainty compared with that of old-fashioned fathers, like Mr. Tulliver, when they selected a school or a tutor for their sons
But Take Control is also diverse and boasts sly British humor. 70. It should come as no surprise that the second half suffers for its subdued pace; after all, Slaves are fashioned around the idea of being abrasive, not insightful.
Take No Prisoners . 1981. It was a loss of control Fire in your soul Loss of control And the only thing To blame it on is Filthy rock and roll. Well, everywhere we go now It happens night and day All hell seems to break loose When the boys stay to play If you lack the courage There's no room for you here The boys have called it open season On your eyes and ears. Loss of control Fire in your soul Loss of control And the only thing To blame it on is Sleazy rock and roll. We're right here in your city We know it's our kind of town We hear the audience screaming So turn those houselights.
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|B1||Take Control (DJ Bart Muys Remix)
Remix – DJ Bart Muys