Klute ‎– Fear Of People

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Certificate 18 ‎– CERT18CD009
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1 Three Of Us 5:51
2 Double Dealer 5:35
3 Chicks
Written By – Tom Withers And Heiner Kruse (aka Green Man)Written-By, Producer – Heiner Kruse, Green Man*, Tom Withers
7:00
4 T.D.C.C. 5:46
5 Kahno 6:18
6 Moving Finger 5:37
7 Red Ruth 5:31
8 Blank 5:39
9 Angry Woman 5:19
10 Rivals 6:29
11 Autokarma
Voice – Stef Pleasance
5:32
12 Phone Call 4:45

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  • Barcode: 5033826122224
  • Barcode (Text): 5 033826 122224
  • Matrix / Runout: 05357 CERT18CD009 SPE
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8Y08

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Klute 2nd LP(CDr, Album, Promo) Certificate 18 Records none UK 2000 Sell This Version
CERT18LP009 Klute Fear Of People(3x12", Album) Certificate 18 CERT18LP009 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CERT18LP009 Klute Fear Of People(3x12", Album, Promo, Sti) Certificate 18 CERT18LP009 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CERT18CD009P Klute Fear Of People(CD, Album, Promo) Certificate 18 CERT18CD009P UK 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 29, 2012

Klute's FEAR OF PEOPLE starts with the telephone noises (remember those?) of "Three of Us" but slips into the beats quickly. This album is much smoother than his first: the beatas are cleaner, the melodies more pronounced. A little bit of soul even slips into "Chicks," while "T.D.C.C." has some more epic sweeps. "Moving Finger" has a hint of electro flavor that leaches into "Red Ruth," but the crisp beats remind you that this is, above all, a d'n'b album (ignoring, for a moment, the deep 4/4 techno throb of "Blank"). "Angry Woman" brings back the creeping menace and dark bassline, and the roughness returns on "Rivals." "Autokarma" blends both the darkness and roughness together, with some moaning vocals and Middle Eastern woodwinds to seal the deal. "Phone Call" takes the album out on a more delicate note, with full female vocals and some glassy synths. Overall, an interesting change of direction, one that could be developed more.