The Shouty Track

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"The Shouty Track"
The Shouty Track Single CD.jpg
Single by Lemon Jelly
from the album '64–'95
Released 24 January 2005
Format CD, 7"
Genre Big beat, electronic rock
Length 3:55
Label XL Recordings
Producer(s) Nick Franglen
Lemon Jelly singles chronology
"Stay With You"
(2004)
"The Shouty Track"
(2005)
"Make Things Right"
(2005)
"Stay With You"
(2004)
"The Shouty Track"
(2005)
"Make Things Right"
(2005)

"The Shouty Track" is a single from the Lemon Jelly album '64–'95.

It samples the track "Horrorshow" by post-punk/new wave band Scars.

As with the other tracks on '64–'95, "The Shouty Track" differs from their previous albums, Lemonjelly.KY and Lost Horizons, displaying a heavier, darker sound.

Track listing[edit]

CD1[edit]

  1. "The Shouty Track"
  2. "Nice Weather for Ducks (unplugged)"

CD2[edit]

  1. "The Shouty Track"
  2. "Baby Battle Scratch"
  3. "The Shouty Track" video

Music video[edit]

The animated video for "The Shouty Track" consists of two cartoon-like characters being drawn by an unseen hand, who then begin to head-bang to the beat of the music. Other elements include rapid montages of images related to the headbangers' lives such as barbecue and getting tattoos, but foremost, gratuitous violence - notably both the perpetrators and victims remain mostly unfazed by the punches exchanged.

The video is included on the DVD release of '64–'95, along with animated videos for the other tracks.