All Systems Are Go is the eighth studio album by The Given Takers, released in 2019. It is the band's first studio album since 2014's L0V3.

Since the band's contract with Viva Records expired in 2016, the album was released on the newly-reformed Arista Records.

Track listing

All songs written by Frank Robinson, except where noted.

Titles in italic were issued as singles.

Side 1

  1. "Light Me Up (I'm Goin' To The Moon)" (3:09)
  2. "Ignition" (0:18)
  3. "Love For Everybody" (3:51)
  4. "Radio Silence: Part 1" (4:47)
  5. "Dial-Up" (3:09) (Chelsea McNeese)

Side 2

  1. "Radio Silence: Part 2" (2:38)
  2. "Something's Changed" (3:57)
  3. "Life As We Know It" (5:24)
  4. "Touchdown" (0:45)
  5. "Sunset on Abeta" (3:29)

Controversy surrounding piracy

In the months leading to it's release, All Systems Are Go was rapidly pirated and sold on the black market. Frank Robinson commented on the criminal activity, and fans claimed that he acted "strangely neutral" while discussing it. Robinson would later comment on this Twitter:

"Piracy is a crime. Always has been, always will be. Give and take. Given Takers."
- Frank Robinson, 2019


All Systems Are Go received critical acclaim upon it's release. One critic reviewing for AllMusic called it the band's best album since Think!, saying that it "is like Talking Heads with a hint of Styx"

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