Slaves, the Tunbridge Wells punky outfit responsible for one of our least favourite singles from the last year, have persuaded another band to associate with them. Wonk Unit take the B-side of the Take Control / We Are The England split single. And those titles makes me think: is this a Brexit single? 1500 7” copies out there on Virgin EMI.
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Virgin EMI anarchists continue to sing about punk agency on a track called "Take Control" which is quintessential Slaves aka bad music, done quickly but lasting forever. The music video involves them cycling about and having a good time and while it looks innocuous I assure you the footage was taken from a day of them chasing me around a Tunbridge Wells park. Around 1:48 you will hear the greatest awful riff ever and you'll never be the same for it; it is an abominable game-changer. I hope a snooker player walks out to this song one day. Flip it over and there's a song from Wonk Unit called "We are the England"; nice of the boys to make some room for another punk man who stumbles through some after dark Frank Turner platitudes about propaganda. At least he hates the BBC.
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- Take Control / We Are The England by Slaves / Wonk Unit
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