The Take (band)

The Take were a punk/post-hardcore band from Cardiff, Wales, The Take have released two albums: "Propeller" on Household Name, and "Dolomite" on Bombed Out Records.

There is also a band in Connecticut called The Take ( [] ), which specializes in private and corporate parties playing funk, R&B, soul, motown and disco.

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