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

Klute is a legend in the drum n' bass world for the strength and precision of his production. This double CD is his first album since 2000's universally acclaimed Fear Of People, and his first domestic release. Includes ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Klute
Title: Lie Cheat & Steal
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Label: Breakbeat Science
Original Release Date: 1/1/2000
Re-Release Date: 7/8/2003
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Drum & Bass, Techno, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 802043001026

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Klute is a legend in the drum n' bass world for the strength and precision of his production. This double CD is his first album since 2000's universally acclaimed Fear Of People, and his first domestic release. Includes both a disc of his drum n' bass genius and a full-length album of downtempo beats, You Should Be Ashamed, that further expose the dramatic intensity of his production. Breakbeat Science. 2003.

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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)"