To the Loveless

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To the Loveless
DVD edition cover
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 26, 2010
Genre Electronica, Alternative dance, alternative rock, industrial rock, noise rock, grebo
Label Sony Japan
Boom Boom Satellites chronology
To the Loveless
Over and Over
Singles from To the Loveless
  1. "Back on My Feet"
    Released: July 1, 2009

To the Loveless is the seventh studio album by Japanese electronica/rock duo Boom Boom Satellites, their first full original album release since 2007. It is sold as both a regular CD version and a limited edition containing a DVD with the music videos for "Back on My Feet" and "Drain", a short documentary on the release of "Back on My Feet", and a live performance at Shibuya O-East. It was released on May 26, 2010. [1] [2] [3] "Back On My Feet" was used as an alternate opening theme for Xam'd: Lost Memories ; "Stay" is used in Japanese commercials for the Sony BRAVIA that feature footballer Atsuto Uchida. [4]


Track list

All tracks are written by Boom Boom Satellites.

Standard Release CD
1."Back on My Feet"6:14
3."Lock Me Out"5:01
4."The Harder They Come, The Harder They Fall"5:19
6."All in a Day"7:03
7."To the Loveless"2:19
11."Caught in the Sun"10:21
12."Fragment of Sanity"2:16
Total length:70:35
Limited Edition DVD
1."Back on My Feet" (Premium Live @ Shibuya O-East) 
2."Drain" (Music Video) 
3."Back on My Feet" (Music Video) 


Credits adapted from liner notes.

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