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Special K / Slave Wage / Johnny Maxi, Import


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A pleasant introduction to the new Placebo. May 22 2001
By Matt Marx - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Along with "Taste In Men" and "Slave To The Wage", Placebo releases a third single from their 2001 album, Black Market Music. The delightfully catchy ditty gives the listener a glimpse of the more upbeat side of Black Market Music, and throws in remixes of "Slave To The Wage", another faster-paced, upbeat song on the album.
This single is a definitely recommended buy for fans who haven't yet heard the album, and prefer Placebo's faster, glammier tunes that are noticably upbeat (at least by Placebo standards).
Hurray for Remix May 14 2001
By "jubas" - Published on Amazon.com
Placebo has always been great at mixing up their music. they play hard, soft but never have i ever heard a dance song by them. well it has arrived. passive agressive has been made over from a sweet song to a dance song. this transformation is truly amazing and a must here for all placebo fans. as for slave to the wage remix...ehhh frankly i've heard better. but all around this single is great and a must have for any placebo fan.
For Silverchair fans and Placebo fans Feb. 6 2001
By Katie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a definite must for any Silverchair or Placebo fan. With a remix of Slave To The Wage by Daniel Johns this song tranforms from poppy and light to dark and gothic. Titled "I Can't Believe It's A Remix" it fits right in with his CD I Can't Believe Its Not Rock. A definite addition to any CD collection!!

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