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Apocadelic Import


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 14 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea
  • ASIN: B00004W1Y6
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
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1. Do We Rock
2. Stand Tough
3. Freakytime
4. The Game (Live Version)
5. Baby I Dont Care
6. You
7. What About Us
8. Say Yeah!
9. Apocadelic
10. Tag The Party
11. Freakytime (Unplugged Version)

Product Description

Point Break are going places. They have honed their rocking pop sound track to a tee and the results are telling.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa38aa828) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3d4d2f4) out of 5 stars BRILLIANT, JUST BRILLIANT!!! Oct. 11 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
At first when they released their first song "Do we rock " i didn't really take much notice of them but by the time that "you came out i was waiting for the album to come out. Once it came out i listened to it non-stop and couldn't put it down . It starts off with "do we rock " which i didn't like when it first came out but once i'd heard it a couple of times i began to like it , i give this 6/10 . Then comes "Stand Tough" which i liked straight away , i give this 7/10 . Then comes " Freaky Time " which is one of my favourites , I give this 9/10. Then comes " the game " which when i first heard it i couldn't get enough of it . It's a brilliant song and i love the bit just before the chorus , this gets a 9.5/10. Then comes " baby i don't care " which isn't one of my favourites but not bad at all. This gets 6/10. Then comes my favourite song of all " You " , this is the main reason why i bought the album . After listening to it for months now it's still my favourite song at the moment . I give this a perfect 10/10 . trust me, the song is brilliant . Next comes "what about us " , i like this song too but i think they've ruined the video . The song itself is great and i especially like the last little bit where somebody is singing over the others . this gets an 8.5/10. Next comes "say yeah" which was one of my favourites to start with but i've gone of it a bit now , a good song nonetheless . an 7/10 for this . then comes a close second best song "apocadelic " which i didn't like to start with but now it's become my second favourite . great rapping , great song . 9.9/10. then the last song which i don't like at all and is the only let down for the album , " tag the party " . 3/10. overall a brilliant album and i think you should GO BUY IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3d4d75c) out of 5 stars Great tunes!! Nov. 5 2001
By Gary Humbucker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The debut album by a new three piece band from Newcastle, England. The album is guitar pop at it's best. Right from the first track - Do We Rock, they prove that they do!.
Tracks like You and Freaky Time highlight the more sensitive side of their songwriting and are beautifully structured with great guitar breaks and harmonies. The throw away track for me is a cover of Transvision Vamp's Baby I Don't Care - they didn't need to do a cover, by this point in the album they've already convinced us of their musical power!.
What About Us is a definite high point, a great soaring chorus and heartfelt lyrics. In short, they've got to the point, and this is the album that's gonna break them!. BUY IT!!!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is one of my all time favorite cds. i love it. my favorite songs are "YOU", "Freakytime", and "say yeah". I had heard "you" for the first time on some weird tv show. when first heard it i was like dane thats an awesome song. so i started d/l some songs like freaky time which is also a really good song. i hope yall get this cd b/c its pretty awesome.
HASH(0xa3d4d918) out of 5 stars Shut out in the year of the boyband Feb. 14 2013
By Musicality - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Point Break couldn't have picked a worse year to launch themselves into an already overflowing pop boyband market. In the UK especially during 1999/2000 already out there enjoying success to varying degrees were... (deep breath) Westlife,Boyzone,Five,A1,Another Level,Backstreet Boys,NSYNC,911,BBMak,Damage not to mention countless B league boybands formed from the late 90's lasting a few moderate singles. It's no wonder our small island wasn't drowning in a sea of boybands clogging up the singles chart during this period.

Point Break to their credit did acheive some success in the charts a huge achievement considering the odds and in a handful of countries outside the UK also. The group were really a mix of all the successful boybands that had gone before them but still unique. However their biggest similarities style and sound wise with other boybands would be East 17 and Five mainly.

The big pull with this boyband and what set them apart speaking as someone who naturally went on to rock groups later was the fact this group incorporated guitar solos in their tracks. Favourite tracks are the singles and probably 'You' the video shot in New York City being my favourite, however 'Stand Tough' was also a great track.

The band should have stayed together as by 2001 all of the established mentioned boybands had split or were dropping in popularity leaving just Westlife and A1 dominating in the boyband stakes with Five winding down and Blue being the only big new successful boyband of 2001.

Fun Fact: Their song 'Stand Tough' was the AFL theme for the year 2000 in Australia!

Album (weekly): UK#21 / Europe Hot 100 #90
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3d4dbc4) out of 5 stars point break rock! Dec 22 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
ahhhhhhhhhhh this cd rocks!!!! catchy songs, nice balllads.... what else do ya need!


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