Take It & Shuvit

Take It & Shuvit is the debut studio album from the Malaysian rock band Pop Shuvit, released in 2002 by Positive Tone and EMI Music Malaysia.[2] The album contains 11 songs and 4 outtakes and is the first and last album to feature former Poetic Ammo member, Point Blanc.[3] The repackaged version of this album, Take It & Shuvit Again was released on December 20, 2003.[4]

Take It & Shuvit
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 5, 2002 (2002-11-05) (Malaysia)[1]
2003 (Japan)
Recorded2001–2002
GenreRock, hip hop
Length44:25
LabelPositive Tone, EMI Malaysia
ProducerGreg Henderson
Pop Shuvit chronology
Take It & Shuvit
(2002)
Here & Now
(2005)
Singles from Take It & Shuvit
  1. "Jump"
    Released: 2002
  2. "Slip Away"
    Released: 2002
  3. "Skaters' Anthem"
    Released: 2003
  4. "Conversations"
    Released: 2003
Japanese version cover
Pop Shuvit Take It & Shuvit Japanese version.jpg
Japanese version cover

BackgroundEdit

The album consisting of 15 tracks, including 11 songs and 4 outtakes. It also includes a cover version of Kriss Kross’ 1992 single "Jump", which released as the band’s first single. Another single, "Skaters’ Anthem" was chosen as the theme song of the Summer X-Games and became one of the most downloaded local songs in Malaysian music history. Take It & Shuvit also became Pop Shuvit's first and last studio album to feature Point Blanc as the second lead vocalist, before leave the band to focus to his group, Poetic Ammo and later pursue his solo career. The album also marks Pop Shuvit's first collaboration with international acts. Slapshock, a Filipino rock band, featured in the song "Dog Eat Dog (Pinoy Metal Assault)". The album also was released in Japan in 2003 with different cover.

Track listingEdit

All music composed by Pop Shuvit except where noted.

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Pop Shuvit" 3:22
2."Slip Away" 3:58
3."Face Off" 4:32
4."Shout Outz" (outtakes) 0:06
5."Wrong" 4:30
6."Cut the Crap" (outtakes) 0:07
7."Jump" (Kriss Kross cover)Copyright Controlled4:22
8."Kaleidoscope" (feat. Emmett of Butterfingers)Rudy, AJ, JD, Emmett4:38
9."Dog Eat Dog World" 3:33
10."Cruisin'" (outtakes) 0:04
11."Skaters' Anthem" 3:41
12."Trip Wire" 3:15
13."Mo' Shout Outz" (outtakes) 0:04
14."Conversations" (feat. Amylene @ Shorti)Uno, Rudy, AJ, JD, Amylene3:52
15."Dog Eat Dog (Pinoy Metal Assault)" (feat. Slapshock)Uno, Rudy, AJ, JD, Moots!, Jamir Garcia, Lean Ansing, Jerry Basco, Lee Nadela, Chi Evora3:15
Total length:44:25
Repackaged version - Take it & Shuvit Again
No.TitleLength
1."Skaters' Anthem" (music video) 
2."Slip Away" (music video) 
3."Slip Away (Masih Ada Cahaya)" (music video, feat. Ramli Sarip) 
4."The Space in Between" (format data, not playable) 
5."Slip Away (Masih Ada Cahaya)" (feat. Ramli Sarip) 

PersonnelEdit

  • Point - vocals
  • Moots! - vocals
  • JD - guitars
  • AJ - bass
  • Rudy - drums
  • DJ Uno - turntables

Release historyEdit

Country Date Format Label
Malaysia November 5, 2002 CD, cassette, digital download[1] Positive Tone, EMI

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Take It & Shuvit by Pop Shuvit". iTunes Store (MY). Apple. 5 November 2002. Retrieved 12 January 2018.
  2. ^ Take It & Shuvit (media notes). Pop Shuvit. Positive Tone, EMI. 2002.{{cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)
  3. ^ Pop Shuvit takes it to the next level Free Malaysia Today (April 26, 2012). Retrieved January 12, 2018.
  4. ^ Take It & Shuvit Again (media notes). Pop Shuvit. Positive Tone, EMI. 2003.{{cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)

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