Full Volume

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Studio album by Dancing Penguin
Released April 4, 2011
Recorded August 2010—March 2011
Genre Pop, dance
Length 44:19
Label Club Penguin Music Records
Producer Sound FX (exec.), DJ Anesu, Damien Dubz, Tim and Tom, Zippy Penguin (also exec.), leon.a.rd
Dancing Penguin chronology
Full Volume
Singles from Full Volume
  1. "Heat Up the Bass"
    Released: November 15, 2010
  2. "I Need That"
    Released: March 7, 2011
  3. "Fire Flames"
    Released: April 2, 2011
  4. "In the Night Club"
    Released: May 23, 2011
  5. "Turn It Down"
    Released: October 5, 2011

Full Volume is the debut album by Antarctican performer Dancing Penguin. The album was released on April 4, 2011 by Club Penguin Music Records. The album features production from Sound FX, DJ Anesu, Damien Dubz, Tim and Tom and leon.a.rd. It was recorded from August 2010 to March 2011 and does not feature any major guest appearances due to the proposed artists such as Meaghan and Cadence being too busy to record for the album. Full Volume serves as the career boost points for pop producers Sound FX and DJ Anesu. The album consists of pop and dance songs as influenced by Dancing Penguin's dancing career and the Club Penguin Night Club. The next year, Dancing Penguin followed up the album with Speakerz (2012).

Five singles were released from the album - three before the album release and two after; "Heat Up the Bass", "I Need That" featuring Sound FX, "Fire Flames" featuring DJ Anesu, "In the Night Club" and "Turn It Down". All singles charted in the top 40 of Antarctican charts but some performed better than others. Full Volume was met with mixed reviews from critics - with many critics believing that Dancing Penguin lacked originality and substance due to his choice to make 'generic pop music'. Nonetheless, some of the production and structures were praised despite the basic and cheesy lyrics. Despite maximum promotion campaigns, the album didn't manage to peak at number 1 in any charts - peaking at number 4 in Club Penguin, number 3 in USA and only number 37 in UnitedTerra - selling 14,000, 176,630 and 8,530 respectively.



Music and style[edit]

Lyrical themes[edit]

Track listing[edit]

No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Heat Up the Bass"  Adrian Samson, Yusei, Zeff Aberlardo, Ray Kodo, Thomas CrabZippy Penguin 3:28
2. "I Need That" (featuring Sound FX)Adrian Samson, Zeff Aberlardo, Ray KodoSound FX 3:54
3. "Waking Up"  Adrian Samson, Ray KodoDJ Anesu, Sound FX 3:21
4. "In the Night Club"  Adrian Samson, Yusei, Ray Kodo, Craig MarwickDamien Dubz, Sound FX (co.) 4:11
5. "Fire Flames" (featuring DJ Anesu)Adrian Samson, Ray Kodo, Anesu Edington, Thomas CrabDJ Anesu 3:08
6. "No Invitation"  Adrian Samson, Mason Hakon-Brage, Craig MarwickZippy Penguin, Sound FX (co.) 3:59
7. "Rooftop After-Party"  Adrian Samson, Craig Marwick, Mason Hakon-Brage, Tim Hudson, Tom HudsonTim and Tom 4:07
8. "Star of the Show"  Ray Kodo, Adrian Samson, Thomas CrabZippy Penguin 2:54
9. "Spotlights"  Mason Hakon-BrageDJ Anesu 3:40
10. "Late Night"  Adrian Samsonleon.a.rd 3:56
11. "Turn It Down"  Ray Kodo, Adrian Samson, Zeff AberlardoZippy Penguin, DJ Anesu 3:19
12. "Full Volume"  Adrian SamsonZippy Penguin 4:22
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Release and promotion[edit]




Commercial performance[edit]

Critical response[edit]


Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2011) Peak
CP Albums Chart 4
Antartican Hot 100 Albums 3
UnitedTerra Albums Chart 37
Freezeland Albums of 100
Tel Ah Phon Albums Chart
Pengolian Albums Chart
Puffle'and Bouncin' 100 Albums
Dorkugal Albums Chart

Sales and certifications[edit]

Country Certification
Club Penguin
Tel Ah Phon

Non-single chart positions[edit]

Year Song Chart peak positions
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