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Break Out

by The Pointer Sisters

Break Out by The Pointer Sisters

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Break Out

by The Pointer Sisters

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
Helmed by rock producer Richard Perry, the music of Break Out is completely synthesized dance-pop. The contrast between the robotic arrangements and The Pointer Sisters' gospel-inspired vocals creates a powerful frisson that the ladies allude to in "Neutron Dance," a song about partying despite the techno-apocalypse. The first half is stacked with singles like "Jump (For My Love)," "Automatic," and "I'm So Excited" (a re-release of a 1982 single, and a major hit the second time around). The second half isn't as good, despite the sexually explicit funk of "Baby, Come and Get It."

About This Album

Helmed by rock producer Richard Perry, the music of Break Out is completely synthesized dance-pop. The contrast between the robotic arrangements and The Pointer Sisters' gospel-inspired vocals creates a powerful frisson that the ladies allude to in "Neutron Dance," a song about partying despite the techno-apocalypse. The first half is stacked with singles like "Jump (For My Love)," "Automatic," and "I'm So Excited" (a re-release of a 1982 single, and a major hit the second time around). The second half isn't as good, despite the sexually explicit funk of "Baby, Come and Get It."

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About This Album

Helmed by rock producer Richard Perry, the music of Break Out is completely synthesized dance-pop. The contrast between the robotic arrangements and The Pointer Sisters' gospel-inspired vocals creates a powerful frisson that the ladies allude to in "Neutron Dance," a song about partying despite the techno-apocalypse. The first half is stacked with singles like "Jump (For My Love)," "Automatic," and "I'm So Excited" (a re-release of a 1982 single, and a major hit the second time around). The second half isn't as good, despite the sexually explicit funk of "Baby, Come and Get It."