(Got 2) Give It Up, a cover version of Marvin Gaye’s track (titled Got To Give It Up) from his 1977 album Live At The London Palladium is the ninth track (sixth song) on the aborted third Madhouse album, 24. Unusually for Madhouse, this track features vocals, sung by Nona Gaye, daughter of the writer and original singer of the track, Marvin Gaye.
Basic tracking took place on 7 July 1993 at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota (during a five-hour session that also produced Carnac (later renamed 17), Edward (later renamed Asswoop or Asswhuppin’ In A Trunk), Parlor Games, Rootie Kazootie and a mostly-instrumental version of Space, all of which were intended for a third Madhouse album, 24). The track was edited down to a bit over half its original length for the 1995 revised configuration of 24.
The album, and (Got 2) Give It Up, remain unreleased.