Alice In Videoland - Outrageous!
Electro, Pop To produce a second album after a real success with the debut album is often very hard and sometimes the second one becomes a great disappointment to the fans. I've read some other reviews of Alice In Videoland's second album 'Outrageous!' and many of them were summarized by the sentence "like the debut album 'Maiden Voyage', which means that it's good, but without any big changes. I think I would like to keep that thought, but take it one step further since I think the most recent creation takes it a little higher.

The reason to this is that even though the amount of hits is the same, I think 'Outrageous!' is more well-produced and tight than the debut, also would like to add the word more mature even though the band still produce poppy, jumpy chew gum electro.

I listened to the album on my way to work today and when I placed myself in front of my laptop I was not able to sit still. I was bouncing a little bit with by bottom, stomped my foot and whistled a little bit. It's just that feeling this album give you with party material like "Ladykiller", "Cut The Crap", "Emily", "Radiosong" and "Stuck On My Vision".

Well done Alice!

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Alice In Videoland - Outrageous!

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2005 by National
To produce a second album after a real success with the debut album is often very hard and sometimes the second one becomes a great disappointment to the fans. I've read some other reviews of Alice In Videoland's second album 'Outrageous!' and many of them were summarized by the sentence "like the debut album 'Maiden Voyage', which means that it's good, but without any big changes. I think I would like to keep that thought, but take it one step further since I think the most recent creation takes it a little higher.

The reason to this is that even though the amount of hits is the same, I think 'Outrageous!' is more well-produced and tight than the debut, also would like to add the word more mature even though the band still produce poppy, jumpy chew gum electro.

I listened to the album on my way to work today and when I placed myself in front of my laptop I was not able to sit still. I was bouncing a little bit with by bottom, stomped my foot and whistled a little bit. It's just that feeling this album give you with party material like "Ladykiller", "Cut The Crap", "Emily", "Radiosong" and "Stuck On My Vision".

Well done Alice!

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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