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|Single by Boom Boom Satellites|
|from the album Out Loud|
|Released||September 19, 1998|
|Genre||Electronica, industrial metal|
Epic Records (U.S.)
|Boom Boom Satellites singles chronology|
"Push Eject" is a single 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.
Numerous Boom Boom Satellites releases titled "Push Eject" exist, 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 by retailers although a discography page on the band's official site refers to it as an "album".
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.
- "Push Eject"
- "The Countless Past To Be Hidden"
- "4 A Moment Of Silence (Trapezoid mix)" Remix by Jack Dangers from Meat Beat Manifesto
- "Dub Me Crazy Ver.02 (Optical Remix)"
- "Dub Me Crazy Ver.02 (Depth Charge Remix)"
- "The Wonderful Wizard of Dub (Dons of Quixote Remix)"