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  • Audio CD (3 Jun. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: NovaMute
  • ASIN: B00006596X
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,456 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Reenter
2. Aesop
3. Cement
4. Sonof
5. Freq
6. Bihum
7. Inter Zil
8. Krekc
9. Sevntrak
10. Bugmod
11. Krikc Live
12. Cop Roll
13. Bark Decks
14. Stroker
15. Pannik Rmx

Product Description

loudboxerspeedy j (artista) | formato: audio cd descrizionebrani1.reenter2.aesop3.cement4.sonof5.freq6.bihum7.inter zil8.krekc9.sevntrak10.bugmod11.krikc live12.cop roll13.bark decks14.stroker15.pannik rmx

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By "timewasp" on 20 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
The first half of this CD you could say is techno stripped down. However, it's processed into a fine shower of delicate frequecies that ulra-irradiate the listener. It's progression is well structured, there's no stagnation and it leaves a sense apprehension. Volume up high, this first half primes your neurons for the second half. The second half takes you through heavy intricate patterns, woven with atomic-clock prescision. Speedy J doesn't let up, he's twisting and morphing the scene the whole way. I have to stress that this is addictive music. Speedy J creates organic living beats and raging patterns that feed from the nipple of his technology. No comparison.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bwasiz on 14 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
Of all that is good in techno I think only two albums I know really hits the spot. I am thinking Richie Hawtin's Decks, efx and a 909 and this one.

Speedy J created the perfect album. As it was released back in 2002 he must have had his eye on the future because even now, 6 years later, there is no other who has even come close. It's a highly intelligent and creative album that starts of rather experimental slowly flowing into a frenzy of Hardcore Techno that keeps on building and simply doesn't stop building. Once you're into the fifth track you find yourself jumping around with a big fat smile on your face and he doesn't let go until the end of the disk.

A little anecdote about this disk: It is the only album that managed to literally set my cd-player on fire... ;P

It is raw. It is industrial. It is rich, colourful and relentless. It is hard stomping, banging techno that makes no concessions and it is exactly the way it should be.

Great work. Great album.

Bwz
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By earlollie on 4 Jan. 2012
Format: Vinyl
The double vinyl edition comprises of 200 locked grooves. The locked grooves contain a small part of each track on the album Loudboxer, great for mixing into a DJ set or just to give your speakers a good workout.
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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on 23 Oct. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Speed J's Loudboxer is probably one of the most amatuar excuses of electronic music I have ever heard. It is a little bit over the top, cheesy and to be honest I was embarressed that I bought it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A phenomenal album of hard, aggressive, unadorned techno 4 July 2008
By Steward Willons - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It seems that most of the new techno coming out is very minimalist, as is evidenced by the popularity of labels like BPitch Control and Kompakt. I do love that stuff, but it's also nice to know that there are artists still doing straight-up, hardcore techno with as much kinetic energy as anything from 80s Detroit. Speedy J albums seem to vary from experimental IDM to acid house to ambient, and of course, techno. Although I think "A Shocking Hobby" is his best album overall, "Loudboxer" is very strong and will not disappoint.

Over the course of 15 continuously mixed tracks, we hear some of the most raw, relentless, and totally nasty techno ever recorded. Things start of at a somewhat relaxed pace with "Reenter", but by the time "Krekc" rolls around, it's like getting pounded in the head with a jackhammer. I realize this is not what everyone wants from music, but when it comes to techno, the powerful stuff has a lot of appeal.

Because of the repetitive nature of the music and the fact that all the tracks lead into the next rather seamlessly, the album feels more like an extended composition than a series of 15 tracks to listen to in isolation. A few are memorable on their own such as "Krekc", "Krikc", and "Cement", but it all starts to blend together unless you're really paying attention to the track counter on your CD player.

The album breaks down into two parts. The first half is slower and less frantic, while the second half is absolutely manic. Track seven ("Inter Zil") serves as a beatless transition where Speedy talks about music as shapes in his mind. The tracks are intricate and crammed full of strange sounds. It's sort of the opposite of someone like Richie Hawtin who will take, say, five sounds and really explore them over the course of a ten-minute track. Here, Speedy J will take 100 sounds and layer them together in the span of five minutes. They actually compliment each other nicely, for all you mix tape fans.

I'd put this album in my top ten techno albums of all time. It's not easy listening, but it is fun and it WILL make you dance. I recommend this to fans of hard techno, Detroit techno, and listeners who enjoy repetitive, but rewarding electronic music.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Music with which to flatten dancefloors 24 Nov. 2003
By Travis Miller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If your ears aren't ringing by the end of this album, you didn't have the volume high enough. Turn it up and try again. This is music that you have to physically FEEL to fully appreciate.
This is some of the best hard minimal techno that I've heard in a while. There's not a trace of melody - just layers of stiff, atonal sequences that fade in and out, in lockstep to the relentless stomp of the kick drum. It's a little cleaner and a little more calculated than most hard techno, but every bit as tough and uncompromising.
The album is a continuous mix, which works quite well with the style of music; the joins are so seamless that I was unable to tell when one track had ended and the next had begun without checking the CD display. The mix starts out relatively subdued and gets harder and faster as the disc progresses.
Highly recommended to any fan of the genre. (I'd give it five stars, but the first half of the disc is weak compared to the harder second half.)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This CD is sick! 4 Jun. 2002
By Craig - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've been a pretty big fan of Speedy J for a good number of years now and have always enjoyed his work. My favorite CD of his (up until now) was Public Energy #1. Needless to say, I believe this CD blows everything he's done in the past away. Far far away.
This is some excellent hard driving techno that has a lot of interesting things going on within the music. It starts you off with a nice deep feel to it, and then oh boy! BANG! About 20 minutes in it really takes off. For the next 30 minutes, you'll get to experience some great sound coming your way.
The closing part of the CD ends in a more typical Speedy J fashion..a little more experiemental and the closing track couldn't have been a better pick.
Instant classic if you ask me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Four and Half Stars.... 2 Aug. 2002
By easy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Speedy J's 'Loud Boxer' is dope. Similar to Hawtin's 'Decks, EFX, & 909' but a bit more creative(which is good and bad). Speedy does things with sound/noise that are just brilliant. I'm talking about the textures he has surrounding the thumping...sometimes pounding bass and ultra fast multi-layered rhythms. The only thing keeping this from 5 stars for me are the live tracks. They are interesting at first, but don't exactly merit repeat listening. Overall..a great album for anyone's collection. Perfect headphone material.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Speedy J is the Techno Master 29 Aug. 2004
By Thomas Hicks - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I find Speedy J writes two kinds of music: unbelievablly good techno, Richie Hawtin style, and unlistenable music. Loudboxer is absolutely unbelievably good techno. The music is unrelenting, frenetic and catchy. If you like hard, fast music this is it. The tracks run into each other like you are listening to a techno set. My only complaint is that the CD is too short.
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