HTRK ‎– Work (Work, Work)

Ghostly International ‎– GI-144
CD, Album


1 Ice Eyes Eis 2:24
2 Slo Glo 3:56
3 Eat Yr Heart 3:37
4 Bendin' 5:34
5 Skinny 4:26
6 Synthetik 4:24
7 Poison 3:42
8 Work That Body 3:32
9 Love Triangle 3:48
10 Body Double 3:47

Companies, etc.



(p)+(c) MMXI Ghostly International under exclusive license from HTRK

Packaged in a digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 04297 81442 1
  • Matrix / Runout: >GI-144 B1603B
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L532
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9217

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MIST047LP HTRK Work (Work, Work)(LP, Album, Red) Mistletone Records MIST047LP Australia 2011 Sell This Version
GI-144 LP, MIST047LP HTRK Work (Work, Work)(LP, Album, RP, Red) Ghostly International, Mistletone GI-144 LP, MIST047LP US 2014 Sell This Version
GI-144 HTRK Work (Work, Work)(LP, Album, Ltd, Red) Ghostly International GI-144 US 2011 Sell This Version
PTYT 062 HTRK Work (Work, Work)(CD, Album) Blast First Petite PTYT 062 UK 2011 Sell This Version
MIST047 HTRK Work (Work, Work)(CD, Album) Mistletone Records MIST047 Australia 2011 Sell This Version



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November 16, 2014

The cool iciness and German spoken-word sample of "Ice Eyes Eis" that starts off HTRK's WORK (WORK, WORK) gives an idea of where the album will take the listener, and the art-rock drone of "Slo Glo" only reinforces this. A languorous melancholy hangs over the tracks here, and it lets the tracks drifts from one to the other, without much distinction between the individual songs. The deep bass hits of "Bendin'," for instance, aren't too different from the dirge percussion and guitar of "Synthetik." Though they excel at crafting a mood, the mood stays too consistent and it doesn't give the album as a whole dynamic or emotional range. "Work That Body," for instance, does not get one to actually work one's body. But still, the dark beauty of "Love Triangle" is enough to cement that they're quite adept at their particular genre, and even as "Body Double" incrementally ups the tempo, the darkness remain omnipresent.