The Knife - Silent Shout album flac
|4||We Share Our Mothers' Health|
|5||Na Na Na|
|7||Like A Pen|
|8||From Off To On|
NotesIssued in a full size jewel case with custom rear insert only. Insert features printed reviews and biography of band.
|RABID 030||The Knife||Silent Shout (CD, Album, Enh)||Rabid Records||RABID 030||Sweden||2006|
|9326-1||The Knife||Silent Shout (2xLP, Album)||Mute||9326-1||US||2006|
|BRILLP103||The Knife||Silent Shout (2xLP, Album, RP, 180)||Brille Records||BRILLP103||UK & Europe||2012|
|VVR1038272||The Knife||Silent Shout (CD, Album, Enh, RP)||Cooperative Music||VVR1038272||UK & Europe||Unknown|
|BRILCD103||The Knife||Silent Shout (CD, Album)||Brille Records||BRILCD103||UK||2006|
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Silent Shout (Radio Edit)||4:02|
|2||Silent Shout (Williams Acidic Circuits Remix)
Remix – WilliamsRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – William Threlfall
|3||Silent Shout (Troy Pierce Barado En Locombia Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Troy Pierce
|4||Silent Shout (Shinedoe Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Shinedoe
|5||Silent Shout (Original Version)
Mastered By – Henrik Jonsson
Other [Made By] – Andreas Nilsson
- Artwork By – Bold Faces
- Mastered By – Mike Marsh
- Mixed By – Christoffer Berg, The Knife
- Music By, Lyrics By – The Knife
|VVR5038146||The Knife||Silent Shout (12")||Rabid Records, Cooperative Music||VVR5038146||UK||2006|
|BRILS05T||The Knife||Silent Shout (12")||Brille Records||BRILS05T||UK||2006|
|none||The Knife||Silent Shout (CDr, Promo)||Brille Records||none||UK||2006|
|BRILS05TPR||The Knife||Silent Shout / From Off To On (12", Promo)||Brille Records||BRILS05TPR||UK||2006|
|BRILS05CD||The Knife||Silent Shout (CD, Single)||Brille Records||BRILS05CD||UK||2006|
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Silent Shout’ is The Knife’s third studio album. About Silent Shout 1 contributor. Silent Shout’ is The Knife’s third studio album. It was recorded in Stockholm in 2004/2005 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. Tap and hold to copy URL. Silent Shout Tracklist
A really original and experimental album from The Knife. The highlight is of course the electro masterpiece: Silent Shout. A really depressing and mindblowing album. Take a look at the music videos made for some of the singles (Silent Shout, Marble House et. for even a more haunting experience. I'm really looking forward to the next album, however I doubt we will see a masterpiece like the song Silent Shout again! But we are allowed to wish it can happen :-) Reply Notify me Helpful. From the very first second, I fell in love with this album. The blend of different musical styles is perfect. There are influences from synth, progressive trance, melodic trance, ambient, house etc.
Silent Shout" is a song by Swedish electronic music duo The Knife from their third studio album of the same name (2006). The song was released on 20 February 2006 as the album's lead single. Likewise, Sharon Edge of Contactmusic
They took a step forward in 2003 with Deep Cuts, a poppier, remotely political album that improved on both Karin's vocals and Olaf's use of electronic beats, overall sounding more refined and unique. Now, this is Silent Shout, their 2006 plunge into darkness and their most admirable effort to date. This record sees The Knife at their most inspired, creative and utterly talented. Shying away from playful antics while keeping a strange atmosphere tethered down, Silent Shout is the product of a more deep and sophisticated source of ideas
Now, these experiments seem like a sign of the way the wind was blowing. The Knife’s masks were physical as well as figurative. In a culture where we look to artists’ autobiographies to enhance, or even validate, our experience of their work, with their wild costumes The Knife owned their unknowability.