Gasoline - Take It To The People album
And all the people say "You can't wake up, this is not a dream You're part of a machine, you are not a human being With your face all made up, living on a screen Low on self esteem, so you run on gasoline". Oh, ooh oh, ooh oh, oh) I think there’s a flaw in my code (Oh, ooh oh, ooh oh, oh) These voices won’t leave me alone Well my heart is gold and my hands are cold. Do you call yourself a fucking hurricane like me? Pointing fingers cause you'll never take the blame like me? And all the people say "You can't wake up, this is not a dream You're part of a machine, you are not a human being With your face all made up, living on a screen Low on self esteem, so you run on gasoline".
Take It to the Limit is the second studio album by American rock band Hinder. The album has been in the works since January 2008 and was released November 4, 2008 on Universal Republic Records. The album was recorded by Jay Van Poederooyen and produced by Brian Howes at Van Howes Studios in Vancouver, BC, Canada
Feeling doped up from gasoline can take just a few minutes (when directly inhaled, like sticking your nose right into one of those red portable gas tanks). Making Scents Of It All - The Answer/Debate. But some of us may dig gas for reasons beyond feeling kind of drunk. The smell of gasoline can make some people nostalgic for their childhood, says Dr. Alan Hirsch, a neurologist and psychiatrist with an expertise in smell and taste. Gas may jog the memory of summers spent at the lake where powerboats ran rampant, or of summertime in general.
Song: "Fuck The Police" (1988) Album: Straight Outta Compton. And that was it. A moment in American culture had been started, like a flame that trails a spill of gasoline all the way to the pump. That was all it really took for Cube to get his point across. But wait, there's more: Not just "Fuck the police," but fuck them from the underground. From the places where they oppress people, and treat them like shit. Fuck them, from the underground of culture, of rap, and fuck the police because you can't help but listen as it's said, words that have been spoken privately so often, but recorded? And made into a hit? Not until that moment. And with three words, . changed everything in a way so many of the recorded words in hip-hop that would come before them and after them never did or ever will. You know that old adage, If you've got nothing nice to say, don't say it?
Foster the People's debut album Torches was released on May 23, 2011 through Columbia Records and Startime. Mark Foster told CMU: "This album was really cathartic for me. A lot of the songs are about isolation and being the underdog. It was nice to get them out and take ownership over the things that I wanted to run away from. This was the most streamed song on the US this site music service between when it launched on July 14, 2011 and the end of the year. Another Foster The People track, "Helena Beat," was the fifth most streamed song over the same period. It is really relevant to the people in our township schools where they deal with these issues on a daily basis. Tim from Melbourne, AustraliaThis song was written by Usain Bolt's mother, saying that no matter what drugs or assets Usains competitors harness, no one can beat Usain (the bullet) Bolt! : P.
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|A1||Take It To The People (Intro)|
|A2||Merry Go Round|
|A4||Big Boy But Small Face|
|B1||Har Rock The Roll|
|B3||Here...Right Now.I Believe|
|B4||Take It To The People (Outro)|
- Recorded At – Sweatbox Studio
- Distributed By – Touch And Go
- Mastered At – Golden Mastering
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47757
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47758
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Estrus Records
- Copyright (c) – Estrus Records
- Backing Vocals – Tim Kerr (tracks: A4)
- Bass, Chorus – Hiroshi Hell
- Cover, Design – Art Chantry
- Drums, Chorus – Shuhei Rock*
- Engineer – Mike Vasquez
- Mastered By – J.J.G.*
- Producer – Tim Kerr
- Vocals, Guitar – Gan
NotesRecorded at Sweat Box Studio on May 15 & 16, 2001.
Mixed on May 19, 2001.
℗ & © 2002. Estrus Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand etched): ES-1021-A S-47757 J.J.G.
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand etched): S-47758 ES-1021-B S-47758 J.J.G.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A & B runouts, stamped): GOLDEN
|ES 1021D||Gasoline||Take It To The People (CD)||Estrus Records||ES 1021D||US||2002|
|ES 1021||Gasoline||Take It To The People (10", Gre)||Estrus Records||ES 1021||US||2002|
|PCD-3894||Gasoline||Take It To The People (CD, Album)||Estrus Records, P-Vine Records||PCD-3894||Japan||2002|