Break Out is the tenth studio album by American female vocal group The Pointer Sisters, released on November 6, 1983 on Planet Records. It is The Pointer Sisters' most successful album to date. Featuring mostly electro-dance tunes, the album gave the Pointer Sisters the biggest success of their recording career, spawning four . top 10 hits – "Jump (For My Love)", "Automatic", "Neutron Dance" and a remixed version of their 1982 hit "I'm So Excited"
Break Out (LP, Album). Planet Records (5). NL 90206. Break Out (LP, Album, RP).
Break Out. By: Pointer Sisters (1983, Electronic). More albums from Pointer Sisters: The Pointer Sisters by Pointer Sisters. So Excited! by Pointer Sisters. Energy by Pointer Sisters. That’s A Plenty by Pointer Sisters. The Pointer Sisters Live At The Opera House by Pointer Sisters. Steppin’ by Pointer Sisters. Having A Party by Pointer Sisters. Priority by Pointer Sisters. View all albums . Break Out.
Contact (Pointer Sisters album). Contact is the eleventh studio album by the American vocal group The Pointer Sisters, released in 1985 by RCA Records. Upon its release, Contact quickly became the Pointer Sisters' second-most successful album to date; it was certified platinum, denoting .
Listen free to The Pointer Sisters – Break Out (Jump (For My Love), Automatic and more). Break Out is the tenth studio album by American female vocal group The Pointer Sisters, released on November 6, 1983 on Planet Records. Overview: Featuring mostly electro-dance tunes, the album gave the Pointer Sisters the biggest success of their recording career, spawning four .
This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/182 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Break Out. Album starts at 134BPM, ends at 135BPM (+1), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Pointer Sisters. Priority + Black & White.
According to Ruth Pointer of the Pointer Sisters, Automatic was a late addition to the Break Out album: We’d almost finished album and were looking for another tune. We were sitting in a little tiny office on a break and, being the snoops that we are, decided to snoop around this person’s office because we knew that he was the one who was hoarding all the material. We heard this song – the demo for Automatic had been recorded by its composers Brock Walsh and Mark Goldenberg – and went: ‘Whoa, this is a really cool song!’