Push Eject

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"Push Eject"
Push Eject EP.jpg
Single by Boom Boom Satellites
from the album Out Loud
Released September 19, 1998
Genre Electronica, industrial metal
Label R&S Records
Sony Japan
Epic Records (U.S.)
Writer(s) M Nakano, M Kawashima
Boom Boom Satellites singles chronology
"Dub Me Crazy (Ver. 02)"
"Push Eject"
"On the Painted Desert - Rampant Colors"

"Push Eject" is a single[1] by the Japanese electronica/rock duo Boom Boom Satellites, combining the title track taken of their first Out Loud album with tracks and remixes previously available on their 7 Ignitions EP in the West.[2]

The song is on OST for the game Gran Turismo 2.


Numerous Boom Boom Satellites releases titled "Push Eject" exist,[3] published variously by Sony Japan, R&S and Epic, including a number of promos. The fullest version is the standard Sony release, whose track listing is noted below. Other versions include, variously, a radio edit, a remix by Howie B, "Limbo" (another track from their Out Loud album) and the standard version of "4 A Moment of Silence" in place of some or all of the tracks listed below. Despite the extended track list of the standard version, it is still classed as a maxi single[1][3] by retailers although a discography page on the band's official site refers to it as an "album".[4]

In the early 2000s, a version recorded from radio was available on many MP3 file sharing systems such as Napster. The song was mistakenly identified as a track called "Digital" by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails from their album The Fragile.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by the Boom Boom Satellites. Track listing is as per Sony CD version.[1][3]

  1. "Push Eject"
  2. "The Countless Past To Be Hidden"
  3. "4 A Moment Of Silence (Trapezoid mix)" Remix by Jack Dangers from Meat Beat Manifesto
  4. "Dub Me Crazy Ver.02 (Optical Remix)"
  5. "Dub Me Crazy Ver.02 (Depth Charge Remix)"
  6. "The Wonderful Wizard of Dub (Dons of Quixote Remix)"


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