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Knife, The - Silent Shout

Knife, The - Silent Shout
Title:
Silent Shout
Performer:
Knife, The
Style:
Electro, Downtempo, Synth-pop
Released:
15 Nov 2013
Catalog:
RABID 030T
Country:
Sweden
MP3 album size:
1479 mb
FLAC album size:
1222 mb
Genre:
Label:
Rabid Records

Tracklist


1Neverland3:38
2Na Na Na2:27
3The Captain6:08
4Still Light3:15
5Marble House
Vocals, Written-by – Jay-Jay Johanson
5:18
6One Hit
Mixed By – Pelle Gunnerfeldt
4:27
7Like A Pen6:13
8From Off To On
Mixed By – Pelle Gunnerfeldt
3:58
9We Share Our Mothers' Health4:11
10Forest Families4:08
11Silent Shout4:53


Credits


  • ArtworkJohan Toorell
  • ManagementDEF Ltd.
  • Mastered ByHenrik Jonsson
  • Mixed ByChristoffer Berg (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 11), Knife, The, Pelle Gunnerfeldt (tracks: 8, 10)
  • Performer, Producer, Programmed By, Recorded By, Vocals, Written-byKnife, The
  • Written-ByJay-Jay Johanson (tracks: 6)


Notes


Recorded, programmed and produced in Stockholm between March 2004 and November 2005.
Tracks 1 to 7, 9 and 11 mixed at Music A Matic and Chrix the Mix Studio in Gothenburg, October 2005.
Tracks 8 and 10 mixed at Gröndahl in Stockholm, November 2005.
© & ℗ Rabid Records 2006


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5060236631787
  • Rights Society: BIEM/N©B


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rabid Records
  • Copyright (c) – Rabid Records
  • Published By – BMG Music Publishing
  • Mixed At – Music A Matic
  • Mixed At – Chrix The Mix Studio
  • Mastered At – Masters Of Audio


Album


Silent Shout - The Knife. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Silent Shout is The Knifes third studio album. It was recorded in Stockholm in 20042005 and released on 17 February 2006 by Rabid Records. All songs were written and composed by The Knife, except for Marble House, which was a collaboration with Jay-Jay Johanson. It was named Album of the Year by Pitchfork Media for 2006. Silent Shout Q&A. Listen free to The Knife Silent Shout Silent Shout, Neverland and more. 11 tracks 48:36. To favorites 7 Download album. Listen album. Electronic Techno Synthpop. The Knife. Songs in album The Knife - Silent Shout 2006. The Knife - Silent Shout. The Knife - Neverland. The Knife - The Captain. The Knife - No No No. The Knife - Marble House. The Knife - Like A Pen. The Knife - From Off To On. The Knife - Forest Families. Silent Shout is the third studio album by Swedish electronic music duo The Knife. It was released on 17 February 2006 by Rabid Records. The album is darker than its predecessor, Deep Cuts 2003. The album, the music video for the title track and some of the press photos were inspired by the work of German-American animator Oskar Fischinger and the comic book series Black Hole by American. A far cry from the duo's friendly first singles, Silent Shout gorily births the Knife's mutant twin. The result is creepy enough to warrant its own genre: haunted house. Ditching the springy Europop of 2004's Deep Cuts, Sweden's the Knife here pits dark, ghostly electro backdrops against elastic vocals, which they mash through a wringer of digital manipulation. Album 2006 11 Songs. The Swedish brothersister duo plunged into darkness on their third album, trading chipper synth-pop and tropical flourishes for trance arpeggios, postmodern sea shanties, and bleak, surrealist lyrics. Karin Dreijer Andersson sings like a possessed robot, and Olof Dreijer's synths are as chilly as a Stockholm winter, but the album bursts with heart and soul. For proof, see the melancholy folktale Forest Families or the nearly a cappella Still Light, which recounts a chilling brush with death. Silent Shout The Knife. Brille Records. The Knife 'Silent Shout'. Current track: The Knife 'Silent Shout'The Knife 'Silent Shout'. But if the vibrant pop of Deep Cuts was like the northern lights, then Silent Shout is a sunless, vast expanse of tundra. A much darker, more ambitious set of songs than the Knife's previous work, the album finds the Dreijers stretching their sonics and downplaying the overt poppiness of Deep Cuts and The Knife. But, while Silent Shout isn't as whimsical or immediate as the Knife has been in the past, it's just as inventive, if not more so