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Let Us Never Speak of It Again [Vinyl]

4.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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VINYL VERSION double LP.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. This Just In
  2. It's for You
  3. One Life to Leave (A Requiem)
  4. Old Nude
  5. The Song So Good They Named It Thrice
  6. How Long
  7. 2005: A Face Odyssey
  8. The Zillionth Wait
  9. Dear Mr. Bush, There Are Over 100 Words for Shit and Only 1 for Music.
  10. The Stoked American


Product Details

  • Vinyl (March 22, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kranky
  • ASIN: B0007SL34C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #624,437 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
I've read a few reviews of this album, by nerds I presume, in which the writers lament the fact that Out Hud did not record S.T.R.E.E.T.D.A.D. 2. Get a grip! On this album, which is probably the best 2005 has seen so far, they pull off the impressive feat of creating music that is completely danceable, yet is still as sonically innovative as their first album. Anyone who likes dance music and appreciated S.T.R.E.E.T.D.A.D. should pick this up as soon as possible; it's as good as it sounds. It would be possible to call this dance-punk, as the occasional guitar or two surfaces from time to time, but this is really a (perfect) dance album through and through. It touches upon dub and punk, but these sounds--that is, the S.T.R.E.E.T.D.A.D. sounds--are put in service of the beat. Brilliant stuff.
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Geez, how'd I miss this one last year? I read and heard good things about it. Even heard it playing at a local cd shop, though wasn't sure if it was Out Hud or not and was too much of a dolt to ask what was playing. Well, I finally picked it up and can't stop listening to it! It's like Substance era New Order got together with the ON U Soundsystem and mid-to-late eighties Wax Trax records. This is no simple retro throwback record however--it's just the band expertly assimilating their musical influences in their own unique way. I like the vocals very much too--very cool and casual in a female Bernard Sumner kinda way, and sexy sounding to boot. I understand their first record was more for the head-knodding set and some folks were disappointed with the more dance-friendly style of this release. I'd like to pick up their first one, as I'm a huge fan of more listening-style electronica, but I'm no po-faced nerd who'll diss a good (and DAMN GOOD) dance beat. Out Hud are what the world needs now, so please people, just shut up and dance!
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I was not as shocked by the inclusion of vocals. That shock had worn off years ago when I saw them on tour for the STREETDAD album where the girls had sang. The vocals do sound a little strange on the record, but I think they approach the vocals as a sound texture and not as a conventional narrative. I found this album just an enjoyable as the old one, and still smart enough to catch even a experienced listener like me, off guard.

The mixture of new ideas and accesability is best part about this album. I can play it for just about anyone and get a pleasent response. For all of the electronic fuzz, beat glitches and weird song structures, they have managed to create a very enjoyable record for anyone who wants to hear something good and new.
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I watched the dreadful "I Know Who Killed Me" and heard the song "How Long" playing in the strip club scene. I was immediately drawn to it and tracked it down. I found Out Hub, and the rest is history. My new favorite band!
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