- Performer:Half Japanese
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,American Underground,Experimental Rock,Post-Punk
- Date of release:1981
- Size FLAC version1171 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1748 megabytes
- Size WMA version1255 megabytes
- Formats:AHX MP4 AC3 AU WMA MIDI
Loud is an album by the rock group Half Japanese, first released on the Armageddon label in 1981. The album was the band's first release since the line-up was expanded with four new members (two saxophone players, a guitarist and a drummer) and contains elements of free jazz. The album includes a cover version of The Doors' "The Spy". It was reissued on compact disc in 2004 on Drag City together with the Horrible EP as Loud and Horrible.
Band Name Half Japanese. 版公司 Armageddon Label. 10. New Brides of Frankenstein. 11. Forget You. 12. Loud/Louder/Loudest.
Loud and Horrible - Студийный альбом от Half Japanese. В альбом вошло 28 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 56:30. Loud-Louder-Loudest. My Knowledge Was Wrong. My Concentration, Oh No. 01:30. If My Father Answers, Don't Say Nothing.
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Half Japanese Volume 2: 1987-1989. 109 tracks · 26 January 2015. 12 tracks · 28 August 2014. Half Gentlemen Not Beasts. 50 tracks · 19 April 2013. Fire In The Sky. Play album.
Consumer Guide Album. Half Japanese: Loud Art moves get a lot more half-assed these days than this musically illiterate atonal jazz-punk. The noise becomes wearing, and (ask DNA) professional recording would do wonders for the textures, but front man Jad Fair is hysterical in more ways than one, and both are appropriate.