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PLACEBO - LOUD LIKE LOVE (ALBUM)
Label:Universal Music
Entry:27/09/2013 (Position 20)
Last week in charts:27/09/2013 (Position 20)
Peak:20 (1 weeks)
Weeks:1
Year:2013
World wide:
ch  Peak: 1 / weeks: 14
de  Peak: 3 / weeks: 22
at  Peak: 2 / weeks: 12
fr  Peak: 3 / weeks: 25
nl  Peak: 7 / weeks: 8
be  Peak: 2 / weeks: 25 (Vl)
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fi  Peak: 22 / weeks: 2
no  Peak: 23 / weeks: 1
dk  Peak: 20 / weeks: 1
it  Peak: 2 / weeks: 5
es  Peak: 16 / weeks: 6
pt  Peak: 15 / weeks: 2
au  Peak: 9 / weeks: 2
nz  Peak: 31 / weeks: 1

CD
Vertigo / Capitol 374179-5


TRACKS
2013-09-13
CD Vertigo / Capitol 374179-5 (UMG) / EAN 0602537417957
2013-09-13
LP Vertigo / Capitol 06025 3741796 (UMG) / EAN 0602537417964
2013-09-13
Digital Vertigo / Capitol 06025 3745926 (UMG) / EAN 0602537459261
1. Loud Like Love
4:51
2. Scene Of The Crime
3:27
3. Too Many Friends
3:34
4. Hold On To Me
4:54
5. Rob The Bank
3:38
6. A Million Little Pieces
4:40
7. Exit Wounds
5:48
8. Purify
3:46
9. Begin The End
6:00
10. Bosco
6:39
   
2013-09-13
Limited Deluxe Edition - CD Vertigo / Capitol 374179-9 (UMG) / EAN 0602537417995
1. Loud Like Love
4:51
2. Scene Of The Crime
3:27
3. Too Many Friends
3:34
4. Hold On To Me
4:54
5. Rob The Bank
3:38
6. A Million Little Pieces
4:40
7. Exit Wounds
5:48
8. Purify
3:46
9. Begin The End
6:00
10. Bosco
6:39
Extras:
Bonus DVD: Live at RAK Studios
   
2013-09-13
CD Vertigo / Capitol 060253741802 (UMG) / EAN 0602537418022
Extras:
DVD
   

27/09/2013: N 20.
MUSIC DIRECTORY
PlaceboPlacebo: Discography / Become a fan
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PLACEBO IN DANISH CHARTS
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Sleeping With Ghosts2003-04-04281
Meds2006-03-24201
Battle For The Sun2009-06-19122
Loud Like Love2013-09-27201
SONGS BY PLACEBO
20th Century Boy
36 Degrees
A Million Little Pieces
Aardvark
Allergic (To Thoughts Of Mother Earth)
Ashtray Heart
Ask For Answers
B3
Battle For The Sun
Because I Want You
Been Smoking Too Long
Begin The End
Bigmouth Strikes Again
Bionic
Black Market Blood
Black-Eyed
Blind
Blue American
Bosco
Breathe Underwater
Brick Shithouse
Bright Lights
Broken Promise (Placebo feat. Michael Stipe)
Bruise Pristine
Bubblegun
Bulletproof Cupid
Burger Queen
Burger Queen Français
Centrefolds
Come Home
Come Undone
Commercial For Levi
Daddy Cool
Dark Globe
Days Before You Came
Detox Five
Devil In The Details
Drag
Drink You Pretty
Drowning By Numbers
Dub Psychosis
English Summer Rain
Evalia
Every You Every Me
Evil Dildo
Exit Wounds
Eyesight To The Blind
Flesh Mechanic
Follow The Cops Back Home
For What It's Worth
Fuck U
Haemoglobin
Hang On To Your IQ
Happy You're Gone
Hardly Wait
Hare Krishna
Hold On To Me
Holocaust
Hongkong Farewell
Hug Bubble
I Do
I Feel You
I Know
I Know You Want To Stop
I.K.W.Y.L
I'll Be Yours
In The Cold Light Of Morning
Infra-Red
Innocence Of Sleep
Ion
Jackie
Johnny And Mary
Julien
Kings Of Medicine
Kitty Litter
Lady Of The Flowers
Lazarus
Leeloo
Leni
Little Mo
Loud Like Love
Mars Landing Party
Meds
Miss Moneypenny
My Sweet Prince
Nancy Boy
Narcoleptic
Needledick
One Of A Kind
Oxygen Thief
Passive Aggressive
Peeping Tom
Pierrot The Clown
Plasticine
Post Blue
Protect Me From What I Want
Protčge-moi
Pure Morning
Purify
Rob The Bank
Running Up That Hill
Scared Of Girls
Scene Of The Crime
Second Sight
Slackerbitch
Slave To The Wage
Sleeping With Ghosts
Something Rotten
Song To Say Goodbye
Soulmates
Space Monkey
Speak In Tongues
Special K
Special Needs
Spite & Malice
Summer's Gone
Swallow
Taste In Men
Teenage Angst
The Ballad Of Melody Nelson
The Bitter End
The Crawl
The Extra
The Never-Ending Why
Theme From Funky Reverend
Then The Clouds Will Open For Me
This Picture
Time Is Money
Too Many Friends
Trigger Happy Hands
Twenty Years
Uneedmemorethanineedu
Waiting For The Son Of Man
Where Is My Mind
Without You I'm Nothing (Placebo feat. David Bowie)
Wouldn't It Be Good
You Don't Care About Us
ALBUMS BY PLACEBO
2CD: Meds / Placebo
B Sides 1996-2006
B3 EP
Battle For The Sun
Black Market Music
Black Market Music / Meds
Black Market Music + Placebo
Covers
Extended Play '07
Live At Angkor Wat
Live At La Cigale
Live In Germany 2003
Loud Like Love
Meds
Once More With Feeling - Singles 1996-2004
Placebo
Placebo [Box Set]
Sleeping With Ghosts
Sleeping With Ghosts / Placebo
Sleeping With Ghosts / Without You I'm Nothing
The Hut Recordings
Without You I'm Nothing
DVDS BY PLACEBO
Once More With Feeling
Soulmates Never Die - Live In Paris 2003
We Come In Pieces
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.44 (Reviews: 9)
****
buono
****
Auf ihrem 7. Album sind sie sehr ruhig und nachdenklich geworden (zumindest auf der Hälfte des Albums). Besonders diese Songs gehen sofort ins Ohr. Man nimmt Molko diese Ehrlichkeit ab.
Knapp unter der 4.5
****
Durchschnittlich
*****
das warten hat endlich ein ende. und es hat sich gelohnt! ich höre auf diesem album ja viel nachdenklichkeit, aber diese klingt nicht im geringsten ruhig, sondern aggressiv und spricht mir direkt aus dem herzen. einzig den letzten song "bosco" würde ich als ballade einstufen, der ist aber genauso wie der rest des album genial.
***
belanglos
******
Masterpiece !!!!!!
*****
Ganz überraschend für mich gefällt mir das neue Placebo-Album sehr gut.
Bis dato hasste ich die Stimme von Brian Molko regelrecht.
Und jetzt mag ich sie sehr.
So ging es mir mit Grönemeyer und Heroes del silencio früher auch.
*****
01. Loud Like Love✴✴✴✴✴
02. Scene Of The Crime✴✴✴
03. Too Many Friends✴✴✴✴✴
04. Hold On To Me✴✴✴✴
05. Rob The Bank✴✴✴
06. A Million Little Pieces✴✴✴✴
07. Exit Wounds✴✴✴
08. Purify✴✴✴✴
09. Begin The End✴✴✴
10. Bosco✴✴✴✴
...solides Album von Placebo !
Last edited: 29.11.2013 23:55
****
It is quite peculiar how I’ve ignored Placebo so much over the years. They seem to be a fairly big band in terms of alternative rock as a whole, and I generally with most bands with such a stature at least form some sort of solid opinion about them. And to be honest, I’ve never really thought much of Placebo. They have a few decent songs, but this is negligible in terms of actually knowing enough about them to be able to accurately judge what I think of them, let alone how I compare them to their counterparts.

So the status basically is that I have next to no prior experience listening to them, let alone full albums. Basically I can only remember ‘The Bitter End’ with any clarity. And so the question remains: how to approach this album? They seem to have critically peaked as a band, which means that listening to a new album of theirs as my first is quite problematic. While I want to keep up with the times by trying out new music, I don’t want this to create a bad (or indeed, just inaccurate) image of them which makes me feel even more ignorant than when I started. The epitome of what I mean is listening to ‘No Line on the Horizon’ as the first ever U2 album one has heard and concluding that they’re more of a singles artist. It just doesn’t add up. Perhaps I can refrain from any overall judgement of Placebo as a whole, which removes a layer of my analysis. At the end of the day, an album is simply a collection of songs and not everything has to be connected chronologically.

My lack of care about Placebo certainly came to the fore this year when I only realised they had an album out when I noticed a new single of theirs existed. Exploring into it, I was somewhat shocked to discover the somewhat mixed reaction the album had received from critics. While Muse, Queens of the Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys had all been able to receive widespread acclaim for their recent efforts, why couldn’t Placebo? Even Placebo fans seem to be a bit hesitant.

The album seems to be divided into two halves from what I gather. The first half of it seems to be quite bold and confronting while containing some aspects of the few Placebo songs I seem to know. The lyrics are often odd but the sound feels more accessible. The second half is quite different again. It sounds more experimental and atypical, but somehow more sensible.

I admire the way this album has so much diversity in sound, but not so much how the diversity also seems to extend to quality as well. The result is that there isn’t much cohesion between the tracks, just like my insufficient knowledge of the band means that any attempt I make to draw conclusions about them fall flat. Maybe I’m a bit critical of myself, but at least now I know I can add Placebo’s back-catalogue to my ever-growing to-do list of utterly frustrating procrastination that maybe one day I’ll be bothered with. 3.75
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