|Disc One Loudness|
|1-4||Let It Go|
|1-5||Shadows Of War|
|1-6||S. D. I.|
|1-7||Slap In The Face (Edit Version)|
|1-8||You Shook Me|
|1-10||Down 'N' Dirty|
|1-11||In The Mirror|
|1-13||Never Again (Live)|
|1-14||Crazy Doctor (Live)|
|Disc 2 Masters Of Loudness|
|2-1||Pray For The Dead|
|2-4||Hell Bites (From The Edge Of Insanity)|
|2-6||Waking The Dead (Live)|
|2-7||Crazy Night (Live)|
|2-9||Eyes Of A Child|
|2-12||Desperation, Desecration (Live)|
|2-13||S. D. I. (Live)|
|2-14||Master Of The Highway|
|WPC6-8220~8221||Loudness||Masters Of Loudness (2xCD, Comp, RM)||WEA Japan||WPC6-8220~8221||Japan||1996|
Loudness is the characteristic of a sound that is primarily a psychological correlate of physical strength (amplitude). You Go to My Head-110. Artists: Charlie Kohlhase. Sweet Georgia Brown-14.
Target the loudness level of your master at -14 dB integrated LUFS and keep it below -1 dB TP (True Peak) max. This is best for the lossy formats we use (Ogg/Vorbis and AAC) and will ensure no extra distortion is introduced in the transcoding process. If your master is louder than -14 dB integrated LUFS, make sure it stays below -2 dB TP (True Peak) max to avoid extra distortion. This is because louder tracks are more susceptible to extra distortion in the transcoding process.
Loudness Masters of Loudness. Loudness discography (all). lt; Best Songs Collection (1995). The Very Best of Loudness (1997). Release date: July 25th, 1996.
Loudness is the tenth studio album by Japanese band Loudness. It was released in 1992 only in Japan, after the band had terminated the recording contracts with US labels. Original bass player Masayoshi Yamashita was replaced with Taiji Sawada and the American vocalist Mike Vescera with former Ezo singer Masaki Yamada. The sound of this album is much more aggressive and the rhythms much faster than the preceding offerings from the band
Engine is the fourteenth studio album by Japanese heavy metal band Loudness. Released in 1999, it was the third and final album to feature the lineup of guitarist Akira Takasaki, lead vocalist Masaki Yamada, bassist Naoto Shibata, and drummer Hirotsugu Homma before Takasaki reunited the original lineup in 2001. All music by Akira Takasaki and all lyrics by Masaki Yamada, except "Ace in the Hole" with music by Hirotsugu Homma and lyrics by Kayla Ritt. Soul Tone" (instrumental) - 2:43.
Members owning this album0. Disc 1: Live Loud Alive (Loudness in Tokyo 1982). Thanks 25th Anniversary Loudness Live At International Forum 2006/11/25. 3. Never Change your Mind. 4. The Battle Ship Musashi. 5. The Love of my Life.
Audio CD, Import, August 3, 2010. This has got something from almost every album Loudness did. Hearing some of the stuff I never knew existed was the biggest thrill. Slap in the face" is just plain greatness. The previously unreleased LIVE cuts are phenomenal. Getting to hear "Crazy nights"-"Crazy doctor" and ". I" live Reminds me of the pain I feel when I realize I've never seen them live. The first CD is a combination of Minuro and Mike on vocals and the second CD is all Masaki.