You Are Freaking Me Out

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You are freaking me out
Studio album by Samiam
Released 1997
Recorded Spring 1996
Genre Punk rock, emo
Length 45:05
Label Ignition Records, Burning Heart Records
Producer Steven Haigler
Samiam chronology
Clumsy
(1994)
You are freaking me out
(1997)
Astray
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]
Punknews.org 3/5 stars [2]

You are freaking me out is the fifth album from the American band, Samiam. Released in 1997 on Burning Heart Records and (the now defunct) Ignition Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Full On"   Beebout, Rubin 3:45
2. "She Found You"   Beebout, Loobkoff 3:32
3. "Factory"   Beebout, Loobkoff 3:28
4. "Ordinary Life"   Beebout, Loobkoff 4:31
5. "If You Say So"   Beebout, Brogan 4:48
6. "Good Enough"   Beebout, Loobkoff 3:10
7. "Mr. Walker"   Beebout, Brogan 3:26
8. "My Convenience"   Beebout, Brogan 2:58
9. "Charity"   Beebout, Loobkoff 2:41
10. "While You Were Waiting"   Beebout, Loobkoff 3:08
11. "Nothing New"   Beebout, Loobkoff, Rubin 3:34
12. "Out Of My Mind"   Beebout, Loobkoff 3:07
13. "Cry Baby Cry -" (Beatles cover) Lennon, McCartney 2:48

Personnel[edit]

  • Aaron Rubin (bass)
  • James Brogan (guitar)
  • Michael Petrak "MP" (drums)
  • Jason Beebout (vocals)
  • Sergie Loobkoff (guitar)

Miscellanea[edit]

  • "She Found You" (Track 2) was made twice into a music video, first in the UK and then, secondly in the USA.
  • You Are Freaking Me Out was actually completed in 1996 as the follow-up album to Clumsy under contract with Atlantic Records. Nonetheless, Atlantic dropped Samiam from the label and refused to release it. In 1997, Samiam secured the rights to the album and took it to Burning Heart Records for release.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DePasquale, Ron. You Are Freaking Me Out at AllMusic. Retrieved August 19, 2011.
  2. ^ "Samiam - You Are Freaking Me Out review". Punknews.org. September 8, 2001. Retrieved August 19, 2011. 
  3. ^ Huey, Steve. Biography of Samiam at AllMusic. Retrieved August 19, 2011.