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Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Loud collection. Despite this album being rated a bit low, I think that this album is one of their best. In fact, I think this should have been released by Platipus since it sounds so much like their stuff. That's why I think this album is so great, it refers to that 90's acid trance sound that was so popular from Union Jack, Art of Trance, and all the other folks. Obviously since this was released in 2012, it has a modern sound to it and isn't exactly like it, but you can tell that they were influenced by it. And I am quite glad of the direction they took with this group

Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Loud collection. And I am quite glad of the direction they took with this group

No More Loud Music is a singles collection of the Belgian rock band dEUS, released in 2001. Suds & Soda" (Jules de Borgher, Klaas Janzoons, Stef Kamil Carlens, Rudy Trouvé, Tom Barman) – 5:17. Via" (Barman, Marc Meyens) – 4:11. Hotellounge (Be The Death Of Me)" (Barman, Trouvé) – 6:36. Theme From Turnpike" (Barman) – 5:46.

Album Name No More Loud Music. Data wpisu Listopad 2001. Wydawcy Island Records. Styl muzycznyIndie Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 9. Sister Dew. 10. The Ideal Crash (Phil Vinall Mix). 11. Nothing Really Ends.

Loud - No More X. By desysko, April 11, 2014 in 2012. That's what I would recommend doing when listening this album, don't think of it as a typical psy-trance album but more as a Platipus inspired album. Now while it may not sound exactly like all of Platipus stuff from the 90s, if you compare it to what they have been releasing in recent years like Union Jack's Pylon Pigs or singles from Art of Trance, you will hear how they are quite similar

and with their new album 'No More X', the Israeli duo of Eitan Reiter and Kobi Toledano are pushing boundaries once more. After a string of successful releases on Nano Records in 2011, Loud's new album makes way for a fresh sound, a more mature approach that demonstrates a move towards a deeper more listener friendly sound.

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No More Loud Music: The Singles.

Tracklist

1 Loud & Shulman If... 10:26
2 Loud Dr. Who 9:08
3 Loud Perpetuum Mobile 11:29
4 Loud Solid 8:26
5 Loud Shores Of Titan 9:10
6 Loud Triceratops 8:18
7 Loud Station 42 14:22

Credits

  • Design [Graphics] – Oron Aiche
  • Producer [Additional], Mixed By, Mastered By – Ido Ophir
  • Written-By, Producer – Eitan Reiter, Kobi Toledano, Loud , Yaniv Shulman (tracks: 1)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6009656493857

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
nanoocd029 Loud No More X ‎(7xFile, FLAC) Nano Records nanoocd029 UK 2012


Loud  - No More X mp3 play

Performer: Loud

Title: No More X

Country: UK

Date of release: 2012

Style: Psy-Trance

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1389 mb

Size FLAC: 1790 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 479

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jorik
If you are expecting this album to be like their first 3 albums, you are mistaken. It seems that these guys have over the years have a change in taste and/or have been really liking some other stuff that they've been wanting to do. Despite this album being rated a bit low, I think that this album is one of their best. In fact, I think this should have been released by Platipus since it sounds so much like their stuff. That's why I think this album is so great, it refers to that 90's acid trance sound that was so popular from Union Jack, Art of Trance, and all the other folks. Obviously since this was released in 2012, it has a modern sound to it and isn't exactly like it, but you can tell that they were influenced by it. And I am quite glad of the direction they took with this group. It seems that they have been getting much involved with this style of trance since they have been a lot more stuff that sounds like it and not only that, they have had some stuff released through Platipus. So if that doesn't tell you something, then I don't know what else to say but that I hope Loud continue this path of acid trance that I've dearly missed.
jorik
If you are expecting this album to be like their first 3 albums, you are mistaken. It seems that these guys have over the years have a change in taste and/or have been really liking some other stuff that they've been wanting to do. Despite this album being rated a bit low, I think that this album is one of their best. In fact, I think this should have been released by Platipus since it sounds so much like their stuff. That's why I think this album is so great, it refers to that 90's acid trance sound that was so popular from Union Jack, Art of Trance, and all the other folks. Obviously since this was released in 2012, it has a modern sound to it and isn't exactly like it, but you can tell that they were influenced by it. And I am quite glad of the direction they took with this group. It seems that they have been getting much involved with this style of trance since they have been a lot more stuff that sounds like it and not only that, they have had some stuff released through Platipus. So if that doesn't tell you something, then I don't know what else to say but that I hope Loud continue this path of acid trance that I've dearly missed.