Speedy J ‎– Loudboxer

NovaMute ‎– NOMU93CD, Virgin ‎– NOMU93CD, Labels ‎– NOMU93CD
CD, Album, Mixed


1 Reenter 3:30
2 Aesop 2:44
3 Cement 1:49
4 Sonof 4:20
5 Freq 2:10
6 (Bihum) 3:36
7 Inter Zil 0:51
8 Krekc 7:30
9 Sevn_Trak 8:30
10 Bugmod 4:43
11 Krikc Live 1:10
12 Cop Roll 5:14
13 Bark Decks 3:23
14 Stroker 4:12
15 Pannik Rmx 7:41

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Also released as a promo CD on 3rd June 2002, with a Novamute sticker inside the case.

Track 7 samples Liz Phair being interview on "All Things Considered", a show on National Public Radio, broadcast 9th August 1993.

(P)+(C) 2002 Mute Records Limited, Mute Tonträger GmbH, released under licence by Virgin Schallpatten GmbH&Co.KG. LABEL / novamute.
Made in EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016025640935
  • Label Code: LC 5834
  • Label Code: LC 5284
  • Matrix / Runout: EMI UDEN 2564093 @ 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L046
  • Price Code: PM538
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NovaMute 3071-2 Speedy J Loudboxer(CD, Album, Mixed) NovaMute NovaMute 3071-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
EVERCD216 Speedy J Loudboxer(CD, Album, Mixed) Everlasting Records (2), NovaMute EVERCD216 Spain 2002 Sell This Version
NOMU93LP Speedy J Loudboxer(2x12", Promo, W/Lbl) NovaMute NOMU93LP UK 2002 Sell This Version
MUSDJ 113-2 Speedy J Loudboxer(CD, Album, Mixed, Promo) NovaMute MUSDJ 113-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
NOMU93CD Speedy J Loudboxer(CD, Album, Mixed) NovaMute NOMU93CD UK 2002 Sell This Version


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May 19, 2008

At the time of its release, "Loudboxer" was pretty much louder than anything else floating around the market and boxed the competition right out of the frame. To be precise, on this release, Speedy J dropped the break beatish elements, the IDM and industrial influences of his previous albums, the ambient soundscapes of the classic "G Spot" are nowhere to be found, but to make up for, or better said, to replace all of the above, Speedy J goes back to basics, and hits hard with some menacing and uncompromising dance floor material, which is yet to leave a crowd dissatisfied. The music is great, the tracks flow in and out of each other with such ease, I often mistake the album for a DJ mix. Barely any time left here for pauses - hard, fast, percussive, drifting, massive and super pounding techno. Dance or die!


May 5, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
My favorite hard techno album that I have heard. He does a lot of cool poly-rhythmic phrasing in the auxilary instruments that come in and out of sync with the 4-on-the-floor kick.

The album ramps up slowly and definitely reaches its peak with the live "Krick" that has live microphones set up to hear the sound system and the audience. You can hear people whooping and going apeshit to his filter sweeps. Absolutely banging stuff.

The last track, "Pannik," is beautiful and builds patiently.


June 22, 2003
By track 6 i am in a stoned haze, and i've just been drinking coffee. Stomping 4-on-the-floor hardhouse with deft selections of percussion and textures. Excellent material for a dancefloor mix or an extended journey into your favorite screensaver. Those seeking melodies should look elsewhere.


May 4, 2003
Excellent, hard, fast Speedy J. Although not really a 'mix', one track does flow right into the next. The first half of the album is nice, a bit more laid back(If you can call anything Speedy does laid back!). Then in the middle, he goes into a second 'set'. By track 10, the paint is coming off the walls. Very hard percusive material. I love it. My neighbors don't.


January 19, 2003

Not only the hardest Hard Techno one can imagine, but also a well-composed climax that leads us from the ambient-tinged effects of the first track, thru the spaciness of multifaceted sounds until the explosion of unrelenting industrial fury.
A journey worth experiencing.


August 26, 2002

though this album is definately not a bad album, I must say that I liked his period of idm/industrial influenced music more. the stuff released on warp and a shocking hobby are just more intricate, more interesting to listen to. but I guess this album was meant as a banger for the dancefloor, and it definately fills that purpose.