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  • CD (19 septembre 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000HCO8IG
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Disque : 1

  1. Outsider Intro
  2. This Time (I'm Gonna Try It My Way)
  3. 3 Freaks - DJ Shadow/Keak Da Sneak/Turf Talk
  4. Droop-E Drop
  5. Turf Dancing
  6. Keep Em Close
  7. Seein' Thangs
  8. Broken Levee Blues
  9. Artifact (Instrumental)
  10. Backstage Girl
  11. Triplicate / Something Happened That Day
  12. The Tiger
  13. Erase You
  14. What Have I Done
  15. You Made It
  16. Enuff
  17. Dats My Part
  18. 3 Freaks (Droop-E remix)

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La surprise (ou la consternation) est grande chez les fans de DJ Shadow à la sortie de ce troisième album tant attendu en 2006. Sur The Outsider, le bien nommé, cinq morceaux de rap assez agressifs loin du style qu’on connaissait chez ce maître du hip-hop instrumental. « 3 Freaks », « Keep Em Close », « Turf Dancing », « Seein Thangs » et « Dats My Part » sont des variantes à peine personnalisées du « hyphy », style rap en vogue dans la baie de San Francisco.

A la première écoute, ça ressemble à du crunk, ce rap du sud, très criard et primaire, mais les beats sont ici beaucoup plus rapides. Keak Da Sneak, l’inventeur du style et dit-on aussi de l’expression « hyphy » signifiant excité ou énervé qui dérive de l’anglais « hyper » est présent sur le single « 3 Freaks ». Musicalement, c’est plutôt minimal : juste quelques lignes de synthé et le son d’une boite à rythme très rudimentaire.

Ces morceaux prouvent que DJ Shadow revendique toujours son ancrage dans la culture hip-hop et son soutien à ce genre plutôt confidentiel à qui il donne une audience internationale. Il n’empêche qu’on ne peut que regretter de le voir s’aventurer dans ce rap très dancefloor et peu créatif. Dans ce registre, « Enuff » (avec l’ ex-Tribe Called Quest Q-Tip et Lateef) et le superbe « Backstage Girl » relèvent heureusement le niveau par une production digne des standards habituels. Ce parti pris « hyphy » ne doit pas occulter les nombreuses réussites de The Outsider où DJ Shadow n’hésite pas à fouler des terres inexplorées.

L’usage presque systématique des vocaux et les artistes talentueux qu’il y convie est la grande nouveauté par rapport aux deux précédents albums. « This Time », parfaite complainte soul, est accompagnée d’un orchestre de cordes dirigé par Will Malone (arrangeur sur le premier UNKLE et « Unfinished Symphony » de Massive Attack) et du groupe de funk à l’ancienne Heliocentrics. Le surprenant « Artifact » est un pur brûlot de punk hardcore tels qu’en faisaient les Beastie Boys à l’époque de Ill Communication, avec toutefois quelques claviers et platines pour épicer l’ensemble.

Encore plus stupéfiant : une réinterprétation du « In a Landscape » de John Cage retitrée « Triplicate/Something Happened That Day » : harpes, piano, flûtes et guitares psychédéliques s’y côtoient dans un climat méditatif prenant. Le folk planant « What Have I Done », proche de Mazzy Star, est de toute beauté, tandis que le très Coldplay «You Made It » ainsi que « Erase  You » sont d’authentiques morceaux pop à la façon du premier disque d’UNKLE.

Cette diversité d’ambiances et de climats qui prévaut sur The Outsider, un peu déstabilisante au départ, finit par convaincre sur la longueur et nous démontre que DJ Shadow, au risque de choquer ses vieux fans, préfère continuer à se surprendre en tant qu’artiste. - Copyright 2015 Music Story


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Par Elie Rosiere le 20 septembre 2006
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Bon, qu'en dire?
Shadow a, dans ses "digests" sur son site, parlé de "récréation", d'un disque qu'il a voulu faire parce c'est ce qu'il avait envie de faire à ce moment là, arrêter les compositions sombres qu'on lui connaissait.
Il a aussi dit qu'il avait conscience qu'avec cet album, il allait perdre et gagner des fans...
Car, autant ne pas se le cacher, la finesse légendaire des compos du californien, ses ambiances, il n'y a presque plus rien de tout celà dans "the outsider"...
Une première partie limite cruck, avec des sons bien gros, bien booty et des flows sans personnalité... Nous voilà plongés dans d'autres univers, plus bruts, plus lourds. Ensuite, on varie les styles, on comprend ce que Shadow voulait dire quand il parlait de son amour pour plein de genres musicaux. Ambiances bluesy, pop, rock, electro... Oui mais.
Ainsi, si les featurings de Chris James, Sergio Pizzorno et Christopher Karloff (pour ne citer qu'eux) sont pas mals, on ne retrouvera pas le côté désarmant de "lonely soul" ou "rabbit in your headlights", sur Psyence Fiction par exemple. Même le flow de Lateef était plus percutant sur les prods Quannum. Rien ne décolle vraiment et on reste sur sa faim.
Le seul morceaux qui sort vraiment du lot est la seconde plage de l'album, "this time", soulicious a souhait! Une merveille, pour le coup.
Non, le virage de Shadow est certes compréhensible, rester dans ce qu'il a fait pendant 10 années lui aurait certainement a un moment ou un autre été fatal, faute de comparaisons à relever, mais sauf si vous aimez le gros hip hop, vous aller vite continuer votre route.
Malheureusement.
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Par chastao le 20 septembre 2006
Format: CD
1996: Endtroducing. La legende veut que le mot trip hop soit inventé suite au premier opus fabuleux du celebre dj.

2002: The Private Press. Il lui aura fallu 6 ans pour nous sortir son deuxieme album, qui est une veritable confirmation du premier. Alors dire qu'on attendait son troisieme est une évidence.

Eh bien quelle claque, mais à l'envers. Je ne pensais pas être aussi décu.

Hormis "this time", merveilleuse chanson soul, directement sortie des années 70, tout le début de l'album (jusqu'à "Seein Thangs) est d'une nullité absolue. C'est du très mauvais crunk avec des rappeurs aussi pales que moi en les ecoutant. Mais pourquoi n'a t il pas ete chercher ses amis de quannum???

Ensuite?

Eh bien un peu de repit avec une tite transition sympa "Broken Levee Blues" et puis après c'est plus confortable comme album. Shadow multiplie les genres. C'est correct, mais sans plus. Aucun morceau ne sortant réellement du lot.

Les 2 derniers morceaux sont du pur rap, mais ca va mieux car enfin des vrais MC's au mic (Lateef the truth speaker, Q-Tip, E-40).

En conclusion, je me faisais une joie de penser que Shadow allait reussir son virage (surtout quand on connait son travail fait à l'epoque de Solesides), mais j'ai beau l'ecouter et le réecouter, rien à faire, j'accroche pas. Il va donc etre vite rangé, et les 3/4 chansons de potables finiront quand meme sur mon ipod.
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HASH(0x949b7cf0) étoiles sur 5 "The Outsider" produced mixed results... 20 septembre 2006
Par Ding - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
DJ Shadow's newest release "The Outsider" proves itself to be the very definition of a mixed bag. In all honesty, I can't think of another release by a single artist that is as all over the map genre-wise as this CD is. Of course, comments by Shadow himself in advance of this release hinted at this being the case, but man if it doesn't make it a jarring listen. His other two proper albums felt like unified works meant to be listened to all at once, but this one feels like a poorly constructed mix CD. The first 3 tracks alone bear this out. The intro sets an ominous tone that gives way to almost sunny sounding by comparison soul of "This Time", which then transitions to the manic hip-hop of "3 Freaks". At that point most listeners will find themselves scratching their heads. I can respect an artist trying to expand his creative palette to include music he himself enjoys, but some cohesion would've surely improved the experience. I agree with the other reviewers saying rock fans will probably hate the rap and vice versa, so people considering buying the album should try before they buy.

I am a huge fan of "Endtroducing" and "Private Press", and echo the disappointment of others who waited 4 years to receive this album that is pretty much nothing like his other 2. That being said, expectations should never get in the way of reviewing music on its own terms, and that's what I'm attempting to do here. There are tracks that rise above the others, such as the aforementioned "This Time", which seems like his only attempt at resembling his earlier work, and it does so admirably. Of the hyphy tracks, "3 Freaks" is entertaining with its manic energy but wears a bit thin before it ends, "Seein' Thangs" is a Katrina inspired track filled with dread and a nice guest turn by David Banner, and "Enuff" has a catchy bounce to it. "Backstage Girl" is probably the best hip-hop track on the album, featuring a nice bluesy guitar riff and drum solo. And I think that's the sound of Mario getting a coin at the end of "Dat's My Part". That's about all I can say for the rap tracks.

As for the more rock inspired tracks, "Artifact" sounds like the castoff from another album that it in fact is. The other tracks are okay but nothing particularly memorable. I know I just glossed over a large part of the 2nd half of the album, but really, there's nothing there that really jumps out at you and compels you to listen. In the end, I can respect Shadow trying to branch out, but I think with this album he's proven why most artists find the one kind of music they're good at and stick with it. The result sounds like fairly by the numbers entries for each genre. I'm giving it 3 stars even though it's more like 2 1/2, rounded up because plenty of people have been harsh enough on the guy as is and he did give me 2 albums that I've been able to enjoy over and over again, and the CD sounds very well produced. Hopefully now that he has this album out of his system, he can find his groove again in the not too distant future.
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HASH(0x949b7d44) étoiles sur 5 scatterbrain 29 septembre 2006
Par Joseph Geni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Let's get one thing out of the way. This isn't an album. It's a collection of songs, much more in the tradition of, say, Quannum's "Spectrum," and more eclectic even than the first UNKLE album Shadow did. Where it fails is that it doesn't work as an album, and--unlike Shadow's previous two records--there are really a couple throwaway cuts here. Where it does work is that most of the material on it is just flat-out good. So I advise those who are slamming it and those who are about to do so to take another listen. There is some excellent material here.

The opening number has the usual Shadow intro cut mystique. The second cut, This Time, is a solid MoTown takeoff. From there the album goes into some well-produced hip hop numbers that could easily fit in with anything in the Top 40 if the guest MCs were a bit better known. These aren't as creative as Mashin' on the Motorway, and the beats lack the timeless, soulful beauty of earlier Shadow cuts, but they are solid and fun nonetheless, and prove that Shadow could be a regular on the radio if he wanted to be.

The middle of the album is where it suffers a bit. That punk-driven Artifact song, what is it really? Broken levee blues has some nice guitar work but something more probably could have been done with it. Backstage Girl is a pretty good bit of hip-hop storytelling but it probably shouldn't be 7 minutes long. What Have I Done has a beautiful, haunting arrangement but the arty spoken-word vocals are kitschy.

The latter stages of the album go into some poprock and a smoother hip-hop number that's straight outta Quannum (Enuff). The Chris James tracks are like UNKLE meets Coldplay. (From this reviewer's perspective, that's a good thing, although not everyone might think so.) The instrumental number and Cage tribute Triplicate and The Tiger are really the only songs on this disc that sound like they're by the same artist who made Endtroducing. This is a foray into much more established genres and styles of songwriting, and demonstrates more that DJ Shadow can do any and all of them well, rather than that he is forging new territory.

DJ Shadow's previous records, Endtroducing and the Private Press, were both very cohesive as albums despite their range, and were very delicately and intricately put together and mesmerizingly arranged. This one seems just sort of thrown together, a "look what I can do" compilation. But hey, it's still DJ Shadow. Look what he can do.
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HASH(0x94817198) étoiles sur 5 Why hip hop sucks in 2006 6 octobre 2006
Par Art Vanderlay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Am I confused here? Did I just give DJ Shadow 1 star?

I sure did. I am not a "I like your old stuff better than your new stuff" zealot, but I have my limits. This is just terrible, piss-weak crunk trash. I really dont have anything else to say about this other than thank god that I can still turn to Diplo and RJD2 to help me forget i heard this.

Please DJ Shadow - come back to us and ditch this daarrrty soouuth crap!
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HASH(0x94817564) étoiles sur 5 Good ideas deserving of better material 24 octobre 2006
Par Lenn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I don't know about you, but when I heard that DJ Shadow was going to be branching out, making as he says "credible" rock, rap, folk, etc., I was pretty excited. Endtroducing... happened over a decade ago, after all, and one can only listen to "The Number Song" so many times. I thought The Private Press was a great departure, incorporating other sounds and styles while still sounding like Shadow, and his various side projects (notably UNKLE) have been mostly inspired.

So to say I was anticipating this CD would be an understatement. After all, who wouldn't want to hear a premier producer like Shadow apply his studio wizardry to some new styles? He has a knack for taking different genres and redefining them - I couldn't wait to hear Shadow's take on punk or mainstream hip-hop.

What I didn't expect was an aimless, underwhelming album. "The Outsider" is diverse, yes, and when done right, a diverse record can be great. So what if one cut is folk and the next cut is hip-hop? Good music is good music. There is something to be said for cohesion, however, and (judging from his posts) Shadow seems to think that we'll just pick and choose the cuts we want for our Ipod playlists and junk the rest of the album. I don't know about you, but I still dig a good full-length record, and the best records don't have filler just for filler's sake. To me, this is just an excuse for lazy sequencing and weak production.

And make no mistake, many of these cuts are weak. "Backstage Girl" is a half-baked idea that goes nowhere, and "Turf Dancing" sounds like a manufacturer's demo for a sequencing program. "The Tiger" recalls UNKLE the way Sum 41 recalls The Descendents (that is, a rehashing that pales in comparison).

There are a handful of tracks that hit the mark. "Artifact" is proof that Shadow should produce a Bad Brains reunion, as he nails the perfect combination of grit and enthusiasm that punk requires (though the programmed drums are occasionally to rigid, which can be distracting). "3 Freaks," though essentially a one-trick-pony track (very unlike Shadow), nevertheless has a catchy hook and well-programmed beats. The MCing is a whole other story, however. Turf Talk and Keak da Sneak sound like they would get laughed off the stage at an open-mic night; lord only knows what they're doing on this record. On the other hand, Lateef and Q-Tip show what Shadow can do with some good MCs, making "Enuff" one of the best party tracks to come out in a long time.

But really, "The Outsider" comes down to 2 or 3 good tracks, a small handful of a-little-less-than-decent tracks, and a large handful of forgetable, ordinary tracks. And one thing Shadow has never been is "ordinary."

To me, the strangest thing about this album's release is Shadow's apparent contempt for his fans. Dude, I understand that you want a larger audience and all, but you're talking about your fans as if we're all losers just because we dug a record you made some years back. Now I can't speak for all Shadow fans, but I never wanted another Endtroducing... I love it when artists evolve in an exciting new direction. Like I said, good music is good music. But "The Outsider" is a lazy step backward. This is surprising and depressing coming from an artist whose work usually rewards repeat listens with hidden depths. It might sound alright at a frat party in-between cuts from Nelly and Paris Hilton, but it would pale in comparison on a mixtape next to TV on the Radio.

Hopefully, on his next record, Shadow will be able to tackle the broad, diverse sensibilities of "The Outsider" with some stronger material.
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HASH(0x94817648) étoiles sur 5 A Well-intentioned Disappointment 29 septembre 2006
Par Just a shadow in the night - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First of all I'm going to say that I rep the bay and am an avid supporter of the hyphy music. Hyphy music is a way of combining bay area street culture with mainstream tempo's that are acceptable to radio format. Many of the beats are instrumentally sparse, but create a trance by which people can get crazy and let go of their inhibitions. You could compare this to punk music in that respect. Keak Da Sneak's voice is annoying at first, but if you're a part of hyphy culture, and you understand the context and the vibe of East Oakland, it has a genius of it's own. A lot of these raps would also be difficult to understand if you don't know the "slanguage" as we call it.

Being eclectic in my taste, I appreciate both hyphy music, and classic DJ Shadow.

That being said, Entroducing was DJ Shadow's best album, and this is his worst. One of the most important things when releasing a musical project is cohesiveness. In other words, each song should flow together to form a unified whole. The Outsider, while it has some decent songs, sounds all over the place. In a perfect world (no pun intended), I think that Shadow would make albums of breakbeats and atmospheric soundscapes for his fans of that, and produce beats for hyphy rappers on the side, or as another project. While he has talent in both styles, they do not mix together well on one album.

His non-rap songs were mostly decent but unphenomenal and below the work he's done before. They didn't have the same gritty analog feel that his previous efforts did. Triplicate is an example of that. Nice to relax to, but won't change your outlook on life.

Most his rap songs good / decent, although I don't think his expedition into crunk was necessary, and track #6 with Nump was wack as hell. It sounded like two people who wanted to collaborate with each other based on name recognition, but with no chemistry in the studio.

Now if you want the old Shadow back, you have to become that yourself. Get a turntable and start digging! You can't force an artist to make music he doesn't want to make! I would love to see the old DJ Shadow back, but he's made it clear that it's not going to happen! Where's the next generation of instrumental hip hop beat diggers?
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