Outside the Box is the second and latest album by British dubstep producer Skream, released on 9 August 2010 on Tempa records. The album features collaborations with electropop duo La Roux and American rapper Murs, amongst others. Two singles were released from the album: "Listenin' To The Records On My Wall" and "Where You Should Be" (the latter featuring singer Sam Frank).
Outside the Box is the second and most latest album by the British dubstep producer known as Skream, released on 9 August 2010 on Tempa records. 8 Bit Baby (featuring Murs) (4:59).
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Outside the Box, 2001. Kyle and Peter, Diane Ferlatte - Black Pearls 04:11. Kyle and Peter - Harvest Time 04:06. Kyle and Peter, Diane Ferlatte - Just Another Day 03:38. Kyle and Peter, Diane Ferlatte - What Is Success 02:58. Kyle and Peter - A Man to Call Daddy 03:14. Kyle and Peter - You're the Same As Me 05:08. Kyle and Peter, Diane Ferlatte - It's Been That Way 04:21. Kyle and Peter - In the War 03:12. Kyle and Peter - A Moment More 04:18. Kyle and Peter - Memories of Tomorrow 01:44. Kyle and Peter - A Child's Hymn 03:00
Thinking outside the box (also thinking out of the box or thinking beyond the box and, especially in Australia, thinking outside the square) is a metaphor that means to think differently, unconventionally, or from a new perspective. This phrase often refers to novel or creative thinking. The term is thought to derive from management consultants in the 1970s and 1980s challenging their clients to solve the "nine dots" puzzle, whose solution requires some lateral thinking.
Outside the Box. Austin Convention Center, Saturday, March 18. Although lightly attended, this was a panel for record geeks. Yet it wasn't until raconteur Andy Schwartz threw out the idea that the 1990 Robert Johnson box marked a turning point in how both record labels and music consumers thought about such packages that the panel came alive. In fact, although writers Sylvie Simmons and Jaan Uhelszki were the moderators, it was Schwartz, an 11-year veteran at Sony Music, who kept things interesting with facts and questions. James Austin of Rhino Records explained that Germany's Bear.
And he did it by creating unlikely hybrids of mood: late-night gloom and enthusiastic cheer, sweat-soaked dread and childlike giddiness, snarling aggression and light fragility