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|"No Self Control"|
|Single by Peter Gabriel|
|from the album Peter Gabriel (Melt)|
|B-side||"Lead a Normal Life"|
|Released||5 May 1980|
|Peter Gabriel singles chronology|
"No Self Control" is a song written and performed by English rock musician Peter Gabriel.
It was inspired by Steve Reich's composition Music for 18 Musicians .The song features guest musicians Robert Fripp (guitar), Phil Collins (drums) and Kate Bush (backing vocals).
Prior to being recorded for Gabriel's 1980 album, the song was performed live under the working title "I don't know how to stop". Later live performances, such as on Plays Live , were slower and more subdued than the studio recording.
Gabriel and his China 1984 touring band performed "No Self Control" on BBC One's Top of the Pops in May 1980.
|UK Official Singles Chart||33|
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