Coldcut ‎– Everything Is Under Control

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Ninja Tune ‎– ZENCDS 173
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1 Everything Is Under Control 3:34
2 Everything Is Under Control (Return Of The Underdog Mix)
Remix – Underdog
4:07
3 Everything Is Under Control (Solid Groove Remix)
Remix – Solid Groove
7:15
4 Everything Is Under Control (DJ Kentaro Remix)
Remix – Kentaro, Takahiro Yamaguchi
3:35
5 Everything Is Under Control (Theory 0.1) 4:59
Video Everything Is Under Control (Video)
Film Director [Directed By] – Oscar Wright
3:49

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Enhanced CD includes video in MPEG format.
Comes in two card sleeves.

From the sleeve notes:
"Everything Is Under Control inspired by the book of the same name by Robert Anton Wilson, RAWilson.com and the Mad Deadly Computer Gangster Godpoems of Francis E Dec, RIP."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021392 426129

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZEN12 173 Coldcut Featuring Mike Ladd + Jon Spencer Coldcut Featuring Mike Ladd + Jon Spencer - Everything Is Under Control(12") Ninja Tune ZEN12 173 UK 2005 Sell This Version
ZEN7 173 Coldcut Everything Is Under Control(7", Single) Ninja Tune ZEN7 173 UK 2005 Sell This Version
BRE-21 Coldcut Everything Is Under Control(CD, Maxi) Beat Records BRE-21 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
ZENCDS173P Coldcut Everything Is Under Control(CD, Single, Enh, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCDS173P UK 2005 Sell This Version
ZEN12 173 X Coldcut Everything Is Under Control(12") Ninja Tune ZEN12 173 X UK 2005 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 21, 2015

Although EVERYTHING IS UNDER CONTROL isn't my favorite Coldcut track off of SOUND MIRRORS, as it tries too hard with its rock-hybrid, here, in remixed form, it produces some interesting results. Trevor Jackson revives his Underdog moniker for a icy, bass-heavy take, while Solid Groove puts a house groove to the track. DJ Kentaro adds a slight Japanese flavor to his intro before tackling the main body with some scratching and breaks, whereas the "Theory 0.1" mix emphasizes more of the blues element, as opposed to the rock element. Not bad, but not their best, either.
sushiPhones

sushiPhones

January 16, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Where are the Coldcuts of yesteryear? Not only is this not innovative or interesting in any way, it also sounds utterly dated and smacks of a poorly-timed rap/rock attempt at relevance in a musical world that has grabbed hold of the Coldcut sampling aesthetic and moved far, far ahead. Embarrassingly bad, "heavy" guitars and shoddy beats, combined with some truly lame generic "political" lyrics. Look, I hate the King Bush II regime as much as anyone else, but this is really just sad.