Breakout



Uh
Yeah
Feel the funk
(Unintelligible)
Come on then
Uh
Yeah
Lightness won't happen to miss
Oh never, never, never ditch hope, come on
Hands up
Here's a real sophisticated rhythm, so hardcore
Rhythm designed to get you back on the dancefloor some more
Yeah get the juice and let's go loose
This period is just a phase
While you talk bullshit, I roam hallways always
'cause the class ain't necessary
You're culture crooks, your books in the cemetery...


Lyrics by:
Brown

Music by:
Squire / Mounfield / Wren

Written:
1994

Personnel:
John Squire (guitar)
Ian Brown (vocals)
Gary Mounfield (bass)
Alan Wren (drums)
Simon Dawson (keyboards)

Produced by:
Simon Dawson

Available on:
Love Spreads single (b-side) (6.00)

First live performance:
Never performed live.

Details:
On Second Coming, Ian used his own vocal mics, two Groove Tubes valve mics. Positioned in a vocal booth at the back, which Simon Dawson called 'The Dogbox', Ian would often be scatting while the band were jamming, and here draws heavily on Terminator X. Breakout, a loose jam of Breaking Into Heaven (in the mould of 'Escape-ism' by James Brown), emanated from this setup.


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