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  • Audio CD (5 Oct 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Boysnoize Records
  • ASIN: B002IT9J3K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 148,098 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Gax
2. Kontact Me
3. Starter
4. Jeffer
5. Transmission
6. Nerve
7. Tropper
8. Drummer
9. Sweet Light
10. Rozz Box
11. Nott
12. Heart Attack

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Oct 2009
Format: Audio CD
2007's 'Oi Oi Oi', debut album by German DJ/Producer
Alexander Ridha was all about high-voltage pandemonium.
Blistering, raw, confrontational and uncompromising in
its full-on, almost vulgar, sonic assault.

I liked it.

New album 'Power' seems to me to be a somewhat more considered
affair. The sound palette, rhythms and melodic ideas have developed
in variety, complexity and maturity. This is not to say that there
has been any significant diminution in energy.

Opening track 'Gax' displays a greater degree of amiability in its
trancey synth arpeggios than we have come to expect from this artist.
The fragmented speech intrusions at its heart are disconcertingly effective.
(Language, in this context, could indeed be a virus from outer-space).

'Starter', 'Sweet Light' and 'Rozz Box' all find Mr Ridha at his
edgily neurotic best. Twitchy, tooth-jarring big beats and loads of
prickly, crackling electricity. An intoxicating mixture.

'Nerve' pushes the boat out into less familiar territory.
A bubbly, watery, techo-pastoral landscape with virtual crickets
clicking in the grass. It possesses both humour and charm (rare
qualities in this, more-often-than-not, po-faced genre).

'Trooper' is a martial percussive nightmare. Dramatic but a tad morally
ambiguous for comfort - but perhaps that's the point of the piece (?)

'Drummer' is an absolute hoot. Pared-down to within an inch of
its life it sounds like an all-night party down at the frog pond!

'Heart Attack' is about as gentle as things get on this impressive release.
It's a really beautiful piece, shot through with warm, shimmering light.
The finest composition by far from this talented composer and hopefully
an indication of even richer rewards to come.

Highly Recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T.Davey on 17 Oct 2009
Format: Audio CD
I had high expectations of this album but I still can't believe how good the second Boys Noize album really is.

Alex Ridha has always been talented in not only creating some of the best electronic music around, not only his own music but also his remixes, where he will always give the song a completely new indentity.

Power really seems alot deeper than Oi Oi Oi, a new kind of atmosphere to the music, a new direction, and it's pretty exciting to listen to for the first time. It really experiments with new sounds- and the result is maybe not an album for everyone, but in my opinion a masterpiece just for some of the tracks alone.

It's almost mechanical in places like on "Rozz Box" that just blows you away with it's harsh sound. But then there is the incredible "Heart Attack" which is definately the best album closer I have ever heard, which is softer but still with an infectious beat- and there's plenty of that with "Trooper", probably the most experimental track on Power with a clattering of drums thumping through extra-terrestrial sound effects. Other highlights for me are "Gax", "Jeffer", and "Nerve".

I'm finding it hard to describe the sound on Power, I just know that I want to listen to it again and again. The familiar rough electro sound is there but also there is atmosphere and melody too. I would buy it for Heart Attack alone, but I would recommend it to any fans of electronic music. My album of the year! :)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
He's Done it Again! 11 Nov 2009
By Brian Lange. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Boys Noize doesn't fail to deliver!

I got a promo copy of this... interestingly enough, he incorporates a robotic voice that states "This is a promotional copy of the new Boys Noize Album, Power on Boys Noize Records. Good stuff" which I thought was completely intentional at first. Until I realized it was on every track. (at least he mixes up the voice)

But as far as the record is concerned, it is definitely distinguishable from "Oi Oi Oi" in that is seems like a more mature sound. Still, it's laced with really catchy hooks and beats that make you wanna get up and dance. I feel that the predecessor to "Power" has a harder sound, while this one might be slightly more melodic. Not in a bad way or a poppy way, but... in a good way.

I think I'd favor "Oi Oi Oi" over "Power" just slightly, but they're both essential records for any fan of Electro, DnB, or Techno. I feel that he's one of the few artists of his genre that is pumping out amazing consistent stuff these days. Definitely expect to continue to hear about this guy for a while.

Good show ol chap!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Don't expect what you heard in Oi! Oi! Oi! 5 Nov 2009
By Zubin S. Purewal - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Boys Noize strikes again with his much anticipated sophomore release "Power."
All I can say is if you're expecting what you heard in his debut album you will be in for quite a surprise.
I can't really even explain the music it's so unique and different; but it is definitely worth checking out.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Boys Noize new album 'meh' 24 Nov 2009
By HighNDrye - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As the other reviews have noted, this album is not going to be what you hope it is. It won't be the hard hitting raunchy over modulated base lines of Oi Oi Oi. It's not going to have epic club tracks that just about every DJ will use in their sets.

Lets just say I was pretty let down at the overall album. There are some really nice tracks on the album don't get me wrong, but overall I actually find myself fast forwarding through some of the tracks. I understand where he's going with this album and I hear some very good potential for more of a classic electro feel with some longer tracks but I found myself uninterested more often that I thought.

If you want a decent album for listening while you're working, driving, or chatting it's pretty good...but I don't find that this album will fill the club role that 'Oi Oi Oi' did.

I don't have a lot of negative things outside of the fact that I found the album pretty 'meh'. Definitely a let down for me. Hopefully you'll find it more entertaining.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
another gopal for Boys Noize 8 Nov 2009
By Matteo Basso - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Alexander Ridha makes another goal!
Power is his second album and he makes a good job,very electro,raw sounds and good crush music.
Ridha is the "one-man-band" who give to elettro music a new road,modern and cool this album, is a interested wiev to a new elettro style.
But this album have not reach the "power" of the prime work of Ridha,sometimes miss some groove and it remain just too techno without the melody we listened in the first work.
Bravo BOYS NOIZE!
Mezmerizing 8 Dec 2012
By Mr. J. Walsh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Totally different to Oi Oi Oi. Both wonderful albums in their own right. Oi Oi Oi was ahead of its time in regards to what people were actually listening to in 2007 and I think this is also the case with this album. Quality quality work from Mr Ridha. Standout tracks nott, Jeffer, gax, power, contact me, transmission. Can take a bit of time to get into but if and when you do it's quite something. Note 300 % better on proper headphones
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