Klute ‎– Learning Curve / Hell Hath No Fury

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Commercial Suicide ‎– SUICIDE 031
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Learning Curve
AA Hell Hath No Fury

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Recorded at PBJ Studio, North London.

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vanaema78

vanaema78

December 16, 2014
Desperately looking for a copy. Please pm.
DJSIKsf

DJSIKsf

November 30, 2013

Some of Klute's best work, in my opinion. I played Hell Hath no Fury on the drum bass float at Lovefest in San Francisco in 2006 and the crowd at Market @ 8th went ballistic. This double-drop SHOULDN'T work, but I overlapped Beyonce's "ring the alarm" (the one with the air siren off her Birthday album) and they work beautifully together. Crazy, I know, but I heard from a 50-something year old couple a few years after that Lovefest and they said this tune and my pop-music overlap inspired them to explore DnB and now they claim to be full-on junglists. Hell Hath no Fury is up there with PFM's "one and only" and Adam f's "circles" as timeless works that always make my soul melt. 2nd favorite Klute plate: "We're All Dying/ Come Back 2 Me" off Soul:r. Amazing producer and incredible tune.
damodoh

damodoh

August 14, 2013

Couldn't agree more. This is one of my favorites, both sides are a joy to mix or listen to on their own. To me, that's rare with certain dnb tunes.
Vinyluv

Vinyluv

August 4, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
A quiet non hyped release back in 2005 from the Commercial Suicide stables.
Quality production engineered to perfection.
Side A Learning Curve is pure class, a stepper from the start that builds into a deep rolling energy sound with its pulsating drum pattern and distorted vocal.
Side B Hell Hath No Fury has a dreamy, catchy intro which breaks into an absolute awe inspiring drum pattern,
and carries on with those uplifting hooks. An epic sound which still makes the hairs on my back curl, pure class.