Lose Control (album)

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Lose Control
Studio album by Silk
Released November 17, 1992
Recorded 1991–1992
Genre R&B
Length 42:18
Label Elektra
Producer Keith Sweat, Alton "Wokie" Stewart, T.H.
Silk chronology
- Lose Control
(1992)
Silk
(1995)

Lose Control is the debut album by Silk. The album went to number-one on the R&B Albums chart. Included the hit single "Freak Me" which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was later covered in 1998 by British band Another Level. Lose Control was certified platinum by the RIAA in 1993. The track "Happy Days" was the title of the song inspired by ABC hit long-running sitcom of the same name.

Tracklisting[edit]

  1. Interlude (Keith Sweat) 1:23
  2. Happy Days (Keith Sweat, Alton "Wokie" Stewart) 5:19
  3. Don't Keep Me Waiting (featuring Gerald Levert and Sean Levert) (Keith Sweat, Alton "Wokie" Stewart) 4:16
  4. Girl U For Me (Keith Sweat, Roy Murray) 4:30
  5. Freak Me (Keith Sweat, Roy Murray) 4:35
  6. When I Think About You (Teno West, Gary Jenkins, Gary Glenn, Roy Murray) 3:55
  7. Baby It's (Keith Sweat) 4:05
  8. Lose Control (Keith Sweat, Roy Murray, Gary Jenkins) 5:16
  9. It Had To Be You (Keith Sweat, Roy Murray, Gary Jenkins) 4:10
  10. I Gave To You (William Hart) 4:49

Singles[edit]

  • "Happy Days" - October 15, 1992[1]
  • "Freak Me" - February 18, 1993[2]
  • "Lose Control/Girl U for Me" - June 10, 1993[3]
  • "Baby It's You"
  • "It Had to Be You"

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