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Out Loud
Boom Boom Satellites
Out Loud
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
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Debut Full Length Release from These Tokyo Techno Terrorists


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All Artists: Boom Boom Satellites
Title: Out Loud
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 6/1/1999
Release Date: 6/1/1999
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: Trip-Hop, Far East & Asia, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646991121


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Debut Full Length Release from These Tokyo Techno Terrorists

CD Reviews

Overall a very good album with some outstanding tracks
Elizabeth R. Powell | Boston, MA | 02/04/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"1. Missing Note: Excessively slow to start (every time I want to listen to it I have to fast forward at least a minute), but when it finally gets going from the painfully slow intro it's very dark, deep, and heavy. It's also much too long. Not the best on the album, but something cool and different to come back to now and then. 3/52. Batter The Jam No.3: Like Missing Note, it takes a little while to get started, which does hurt it a bit. It would sound good as a shorter song, but it's awfully repetitive and the beats just don't vary enough. 2/53. Push Eject: It's not hard to see why this is a popular single, it's an extremely fast-paced breakbeat frenzy with an outstanding guitar solo. Good vocals too, but the english is a little iffy. Still, definitely one of the best on the album. 4/54. Limbo: A very good song that is on the slow side, but very catchy and uses some effects from Push Eject nicely without being repetitive. A little long though. 3.5/55. Intruder: Very short and fast, it's an outstanding piece with a huge concentration of breakbeats and outstanding drumwork. A prelude to the real meat of the album. One of the best. 5/56. An Owl : An extremely well done song, the jazzy effects complement the drumwork creatively. It suffers from being a bit repetitive though. 4/5

7. Oneness: The oddest track on the album, this is essentially a rock song with lots of guitar and heavy vocal work. That said, I didn't like it that much at all. The guitar drowns out the vocals unnecessarily and the track seems overly noisy. Could have been a lot better with some remixing. 2/58. Scatterin' Monkey: A song similar to Push Eject in terms of drum effects, it's very heavy on the breakbeats and is quite creative and nonetheless stands out from the other tracks well. 4/59. Def: The second best song on the album in my opinion, it's a somewhat slow-tempo song with a lot of vocal work and outstanding drumming. The mixing is perfect, the vocals are haunting and stylish, and the drumwork is extremely well done and varied. 5/510. On The Painted Desert: Arguably the best song on the album, it starts off quickly and heavily with loud and slow drums, crashing effects, and then breaks into a violin interlude which gorgeously complements the heavy drums and effects. Very long, but very pretty. 5/511. A Moment Of Silence: Feels sort of like a filler, it's not very memorable with weak breakbeats and generic, somewhat uninspired voicework. 2/512. Dub Me Crazy Ver.02: Much better than the bonus track before it, this has very very catchy vocals and is an excellent ending to the album. 4/5"
Beats That Move You
Daniel Ratliff | Alexandria, VA United States | 05/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When I first found out about BBS from Ridge Racer V and their song Fogbound, I was instantly hooked. After listening to a few more of their songs, I bought Out Loud and haven't stopped listening to it in 2 days.It's an amazing mix of some AWESOME drumming (Intruder is possibly the coolest drum solo I've heard), great beats, and some nice singing (such as Push Eject). If you want something you can move to, this is a MUST have."