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Get Up Sequences Part One

The Go! Team

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Did time stop in 2004 for The Go! Team? From the first seconds of Get Up Sequences Part One, it's as if we had been hurled back into the pleasurable playfulness of Thunder, Lightning, Strike, the Brighton collective's debut, and a gourmet cocktail of old school hip-hop, girl-group pop, somewhat punky funk, high-school marching bands and hotpants-clad pop. This misshapen patchwork stitched together by Ian, Ninja, Nia, Simone, Sam and Adam had an identity all of its own. And that signature sound explodes on each song on this sixth album. Swatting away post-pandemic gloom, Get Up Sequences Part One veers all over the place, swinging from the chandeliers and bouncing off the walls. Because only the Go! Team brings you steel drums, flutes, drum machines, rap beats, Bollywood sounds, brass bands and choirs, glockenspiels, a touch of Motown and great big bass drums all in one place! Surely this must be THE greatest feelgood record of the summer of 2021. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Let the Seasons Work
00:04:12

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

2
Cookie Scene
00:02:39

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2020 Memphis Industries

3
A Memo for Maceo
00:01:57

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

4
We Do It But Never Know Why
00:04:05

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

5
Freedom Now
00:02:03

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

6
Pow
00:03:14

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

7
I Loved You Better
00:03:12

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

8
A Bee Without Its Sting
00:03:12

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

9
Tame the Great Plains
00:03:01

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

10
World Remember Me Now
00:04:10

The Go! Team, MainArtist - Ian Parton, Composer - Memphis Industries, MusicPublisher

2021 Memphis Industries 2021 Memphis Industries

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Did time stop in 2004 for The Go! Team? From the first seconds of Get Up Sequences Part One, it's as if we had been hurled back into the pleasurable playfulness of Thunder, Lightning, Strike, the Brighton collective's debut, and a gourmet cocktail of old school hip-hop, girl-group pop, somewhat punky funk, high-school marching bands and hotpants-clad pop. This misshapen patchwork stitched together by Ian, Ninja, Nia, Simone, Sam and Adam had an identity all of its own. And that signature sound explodes on each song on this sixth album. Swatting away post-pandemic gloom, Get Up Sequences Part One veers all over the place, swinging from the chandeliers and bouncing off the walls. Because only the Go! Team brings you steel drums, flutes, drum machines, rap beats, Bollywood sounds, brass bands and choirs, glockenspiels, a touch of Motown and great big bass drums all in one place! Surely this must be THE greatest feelgood record of the summer of 2021. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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