Freak Power was a band founded by bassist Norman Cook (later known as Fatboy Slim), Ashley Slater (the trombonist with the anarchic British jazz big band Loose Tubes), and vocalist Jesse Graham, also known as "the Bass Cadet . The band released two albums: Drive-Thru Booty in 1994 and More of Everything for Everybody in 1996. The debut album featured the hit singles "Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out" and "Rush", released on 4th and Broadway. The title of the former is a play on Timothy Leary's "Turn on, tune in, drop out". Song from the band's follow-up album was featured in the 2004 movie Code 46. Singles. Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out" (October 1993) - UK #29.
The correct title of this article is Song Some symbols have been changed to their equivalent word due to technical restrictions. For Everybody (1996). It's alrightIt's all overThey were only jokingCome on home to daddyCome on come on, lay your head. Let the cares of the world flowed awayRemember that tomorrow, we can look at yesterday.
In 1993 the groups single, Tune In, Turn On, Cop Out, made headway on the . charts, and was followed by the full-length albums DRIVE THRU BOOTY (94) and MORE OF EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY (96). Around this time Cook began devoting time to his Fatboy Slim project, although a third Freak Power album, entitled TUNE IN, TURN ON, COP OUT, was released on Spectrum Records in 2000.
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Can You Feel It? More of Everything for Everybody. 4th & Broadway 1996. Sample appears at 1:18, 2:13 and 3:13.
|A1||Trip Through Your Mind||5:22|
|A4||Can You Feel It?||3:45|
|A6||Giving Up Government Drugs||4:11|
|B2||Let It Go||4:22|
|B5||One Nation One Ride||4:55|
|B6||Ghettos Of The Mind||4:58|
|BRCD 619, 524 259-2||Freak Power||More Of Everything For Everybody (CD, Album)||4th & Broadway, Island Records||BRCD 619, 524 259-2||UK & Europe||1996|
|PHCR-1827||Freak Power||More Of Everything For Everybody (CD, Album, Promo)||4th & Broadway||PHCR-1827||Japan||1996|
|BRLP 619, 524 259-1||Freak Power||More Of Everything For Everybody (LP, Album)||4th & Broadway, Island Records||BRLP 619, 524 259-1||UK & Europe||1996|
|BRCA 619 / 524 259-4||Freak Power||More Of Everything For Everybody (Cass, Album)||4th & Broadway||BRCA 619 / 524 259-4||Netherlands||1996|
|BRCA 619 / 524 259-4||Freak Power||More Of Everything For Everybody (Cass, Album)||4th & Broadway||BRCA 619 / 524 259-4||Indonesia||1996|