Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
No One's Listening Anymore
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Klute's second album for Breakbeat Science, the follow up to 2002's Lie Cheat & Steal, is his masterpiece. A 2-CD opus, the first disc is ice cold ghost-in-the-machine soul - a cinematic soundscape drawing on many forms an... more »
Klute's second album for Breakbeat Science, the follow up to 2002's Lie Cheat & Steal, is his masterpiece. A 2-CD opus, the first disc is ice cold ghost-in-the-machine soul - a cinematic soundscape drawing on many forms and sounding utterly unique and individual. The second disc is comprised of 12 tracks of the widescreen drum and bass sound he is renowned for. With No One's Listening Anymore, Klute may be set to prove his title wrong.
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Deep, Dark, and Beautifully Nasty- must be Klute!
Rog | Toronto | 03/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First off- not quite as great as his last album- Lie Cheat Steal- but then again, LCS is amoung MY top 5 fav albums of all time (any genre). After listening to this album for the past few weeks, I'd say No Ones Listening Anymore is only a notch less than LCS. Perhaps a few more listens will raise it up.
Klute is definetly a master at creating Drum and Bass that is in-between dance hall and bedroom- just like with his last album, Klute creates beautifully melodic tunes that tug at your heart, push your feet, and tickle your brain. He plays with melodies, beats, and vocals like few producers can. The way he chops up beautiful vocals especially, and makes them into a new, dirty, hauntingly good sound- he is a master- try tracks like Acid Rain to hear what I'm talking about. Disgusting.
Surprisingly, the second downtempo album is just as good as the D&B one. I don't ussualy listen to downtempo, but Klute does it on this one, creating another dark, yet beautiful sound, proving his diversity.
The one like Klute has created another monster. He is amoung the best D&B producers, and here he proves it once again. Throw in an excellent down tempo sound, and this one becomes not just a winner, but a potential legend. Get it if you don't got it...period"
Neal W. Grant | San Diego, CA | 01/09/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"While a little more mellow than his previous album, Klute brings us another genuinely good double CD. Highly recommended if you are a fan of D&B / jungle on the mellow tip. [aka, this aint Deiselboy or Ram Trilogy!]"
This act CAN follow 'Lie Cheat & Steal'
J. R. Perkins | Denver, CO USA | 03/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First of all, don't get confused and angry when you put in disc 1 and hear spacey music that is not drum'n'bass. They pulled the switcheroo on us. The album people care about is DISC 2. So that's why I'm being kind and only rating this one.
That said, this is unmistakenly Klute and the album will likely give you chills. Right away, I recognized the third song, 'Stuck on You' as the best track. If you have bass supplementation in your car or elsewhere (aka, a sub) you'll notice the bass is produced really well on this album, and better, I'd say, than 'Lie, Cheat & Steal'. There are some really good songs on this album. Although I do find the album a little more repetetive than previous stuff, I'm still digesting it and my opinion is likely to change. The "masterpiece" comment on the sticker on the cd may be overstated, but the album is really growing on me and certainly has some big tracks. Don't miss this if you like the more evolved drum'n'bass."