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Perry Farrell's Satellite Party: Ultra Payloaded


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  • Audio CD (4 Jun 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B000P46Q22
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 111,119 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Wish Upon A Dogstar
2. Only Love, Let's Celebrate
3. Hard Life Easy
4. Kinky
5. The Solutionists
6. Awesome
7. Mr. Sunshine
8. Insanity Rains
9. Milky Ave.
10. Ultra Payloaded
11. Woman In The Window

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bruno MacDonald on 18 Jun 2007
Format: Audio CD
By Perry's own admission, Porno For Pyros weren't as good as Jane's Addiction. But now he's made an album glorious enough to bear comparisons with the mothership. In contrast to the depressingly dull Panic Channel album by Navarro et al, Ultra Payloaded is a kaleidoscopic jewel. Though there are token hard rockers, the album it most resembles is Black Grape's splendid It's Great When You're Straight, Yeah: soulful, surprising, danceable and - on the sweeping Awesome - moving. Overall, it's much more fun than the last Jane's album - and, on the Flea/Frusciante-featuring Hard Life Easy, beats anything from Stadium Arcadium. Don't let this one pass you by.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Apollo 11 VINE VOICE on 7 Jun 2007
Format: Audio CD
Ultra Payloaded is exceptional. From the heads-down opening blast of Wish Upon A Dogstar, with its concrete groove as potent as New Order at their brooding, blissed-out, frenetic rockin' best, this album simply scorches.

Absolutely Farrell in its mix of genres and overall spirit, straddling rock, funk, dance, soul and electronica, its fair to say that Ultra Payloaded is more a pop project than a hot rock prospect: For every crunching guitar there's a neat dose of dance culture, soul or funk to boot; none more noticeable than on The Solutionists (track 5) which is probably the best homage to Norman Whitfield's The Temptations flava'd Psychedelic Soul I've ever heard, all updated to the 21st century.

Yet, for all its eclecticism, the album is bizarrely far more focused than the disappointing JA swansong, Strays, and thanks to Farrel's inclusive songwriting and production style, just keeps on hitting (rather than missing) with each successive track. Designed to be played loud, and guaranteed to be a belter live, this set is for those about to rock cut, free from the doom, clank and gloom of nu-metal or emo. Farrel helped set that scene with Jane's Addiction, but now he's broken ranks, and is playing what he wants, despite the inevitable howl that's bound to come from certain purist corners.

So, to sum up, this is just about every good time serving, blood-pumping type of music you could think of, finely crafted into eleven tracks of cool that's guaranteed to get you breaking speed limits on the motorway, whilst screaming along at the top of your voice, and punching the air when you reckon no-one might be looking...

Which is what music is supposed to be about, right?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dalg on 22 Aug 2007
Format: Audio CD
Always a big JA fan, I followed Perry through Porno for Pyros and his solo album to this point. This album. It's all been leading up to this, and it's a stunning album.
There are some hints of Jane's (notably on the opening track - Wishing on a Dogstar - OMG what a bass line!), but this is not a bad thing. This is no Jane's Addiction album though, this is Perry doing it himself.
It's THE voice. He's got one of THOSE voices. You'll love it or hate it, and if you give it a chance, it gets under your skin and sticks with you.
If you've never heard any of Perry's work, buy this, then check out Jane's Addiction. You won't be dissapointed.
An album that can't be pigeonholed by a guy that can't be pigeonholed.
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By Peter Williams on 22 Jan 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Seen Satellite Party in 2007 supporting Velvet Revolver in Cardiff, was blown away by the charisma of Perry Farrell and how tight the band was. Of course hadn't heard anything of the album but rushed out and bought it a week later and played it all through that summer, was the summer anthem album. In the annals of time lent it out and forgot who I lent it too, just bought it today, again, and I am still amazed how good this album is. Don't be an idiot, BUY THIS ALBUM. You will not regret it, this album should be part of your weekly listen at some time.
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