We Want Your Soul

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"We Want Your Soul" is a 2003 breakbeat song by British DJ and producer Adam Freeland; the song made the top 40 charts in several countries,[citation needed][dubious ] and resulted in an award-winning music video.[1][unreliable source?][unreliable source?] It is the first song to which Freeland wrote the lyrics;[2] he describes it as being "about the destructive side of consumer culture".[3]

Rather than being sung, the song's verses are spoken by a speech synthesizer; the song also features a sample of Bill Hicks.[2] The song has also been remixed by drum and bass duo Ed Rush and Optical and electronic band Product.01.[citation needed]

Austrian electronic music duo Klangkarussell created a remix of the song. It was originally released in 2011 through the duo's SoundCloud profile before being including in their 2014 debut album Netzwerk.[4][not in citation given]


  1. ^ Adam Freeland interview at Opelproductions.com
  2. ^ a b Freeland - Album Listening Party
  3. ^ Freeland - Now and Them (review) by Jack Foley; at Indie London; published 2003; retrieved February 8, 2016
  4. ^ We Want Your Soul (Klangkarussell Remix) by Klangkarussell on SoundCloud Archived January 25, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.