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Lie Cheat & Steal
Klute
Lie Cheat & Steal
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #2

UK edition of the British electronica act's 2003 album includes a second album, 'You Should Be Ashamed', featuring all down-tempo/techno music. 32 tracks. Commercial Suicide.

      
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All Artists: Klute
Title: Lie Cheat & Steal
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Commercial Suicide
Release Date: 5/26/2003
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Rock
Styles: Drum & Bass, Techno
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2

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UK edition of the British electronica act's 2003 album includes a second album, 'You Should Be Ashamed', featuring all down-tempo/techno music. 32 tracks. Commercial Suicide.

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Klute covers the whole spectrum
C. Fitzgerald | ft lauderdale | 06/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've seen (heard--whatever) Klute spin a few times, and he is unbelievable. Mostly dark , hard stuff (which is my taste--see his Breakbeat Science Exercise mix CD). This orginally produced music by him brings out some different tastes I didn't realize he had in him. I'm not going to get into his "collage of genres" cd (#2) [revision--I actually wrote this review before I had given disc #2 a full listen. There is some really good sh** here--especially for you breaks/ party dj's--that would probably never think to look in a D&B's producers direction for such trax--check "Artificial Sense" and "Overchoice"], but cd #1 has a lot of flavours on it. I'm not a big 2 step fan, but "Part of Me" is completely addicting. "Problem Reaction" and "Tacky"--("Ether" falls somewhere in between 2 step & jungle)-- are typical Klute standouts, and only he and High Conrast could even get me in the 2 stepping groove (if you can call it that). According to silly people who don't have a clue about music, D&B is fading as a genre. But w/ more producers like Klute (and High Contrast) around, it will be here to stay."
A bright light in the wasteland that is now Drum & Bass
R. Dosaj | SF, CA United States | 12/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're like the other clowns in this review list that like aggressive non-funky, non-musical D&B than don't buy this album. Then you too can be part of the reason that D&B fell off a cliff into machine grinding whackness. This CD along with Calibre, Carlito & Addiction, NuTone, the brazilian sound (patife, marky, drumagick), high contrast, london electricity, is what has brought a glimmer of hope back to the scene. For the non-musical clowns, you can stay down in the basement and grab each others @sses...because there sure as hell ain't no ladies down there."
Simply A Masterpiece
Roger | Toronto CAN Jungle City | 04/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm not feeling the second house/downtempo CD, but as a fan of D&B, I can honestly say that the CD1 is one of the greatest albums I've listened to. This realization took a few listens to arrive, but it arrived none the less. Klute proves that not only is he an incredible producer, but also that D&B can become just as deep/complex/beautiful as any other sound the human ear can detect.
I say without a doubt purchase this CD if you are a fan of D&B, and esspecially if you are not. It's filled me with joy, energy, and above all else- inspiration. Just incredible.
Fav tracks: ALL (I mean that)"