(1996) Slave

Slave

... read moreThe debut album from the Ohio-based funk aggregate Slave was a grand success, but resulted in the release of only one single, "Slide." Being the only single released from the album, "Slide" had no problem gaining airplay with its gothic introduction, animated vocals, and rumbling bassline. The funk...

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51′:05″ 9 Songs

1
Slide
Slave
6:50
2
Screw Your Wig On Tite
Slave
5:34
3
Party Hardy
Slave
3:48
4
Son Of Slide
Slave
5:27
5
You And Me
Slave
6:46
6
Love Me
Slave
4:43
7
The Happiest Days
Slave
5:25
8
Separated
Slave
5:40
9
Slide (Single Version)
Slave
6:52
Released 19 November 1996, 2004 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing

Review

The debut album from the Ohio-based funk aggregate Slave was a grand success, but resulted in the release of only one single, "Slide." Being the only single released from the album, "Slide" had no problem gaining airplay with its gothic introduction, animated vocals, and rumbling bassline. The funk anthem claimed the number one spot on the Billboard R&B charts inside of 20 weeks. The other cuts on the album continue the aggressive funk assault, but with subtle passion and their own distinctive arrangements. The exception is "Son of Slide," which is identical to the album's big hit, except that it's an instrumental save a brief chorus chant. The only ballad is "The Happiest Days," a sweet soul song arranged in the vein of the Ohio Players with its horns, lead and backing vocals. ~ Craig Lytle