Klute ‎– No One's Listening Anymore

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Commercial Suicide ‎– SUICIDECD 004
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2 × CD, Album, Partially Mixed
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1-01 Time 4 Change 5:34
1-02 Make A Stand
Co-producer – Marcus Intalex
6:36
1-03 Stuck On You 6:04
1-04 Acid Rain
Vocals – Moocha
5:08
1-05 Finger In The Hole 5:57
1-06 6 Days 6:50
1-07 Crosby 6:37
1-08 Second Skin
Vocals – Suont
5:36
1-09 Silently
Vocals – Moocha
7:21
1-10 Losing You
Co-producer – CalibreVocals – Kiyomi
5:53
1-11 Saviour 7:04
1-12 Hidden Hand 6:09
2-01 Torrential Pain
Vocals – Moocha
6:35
2-02 Give Me Faith
Vocals – Kiyomi
5:35
2-03 Al Kinda 5:50
2-04 Adult
Vocals – Kiyomi
4:33
2-05 Empty Tank
Vocals – Suont
4:17
2-06 No Return 3:11
2-07 Never Ending
Vocals – Moocha
6:38
2-08 Off Out Up And Under
Vocals – Moocha
5:08
2-09 Does The Darkness Make You Feel Sad?
Vocals – Kiyomi
5:03
2-10 Coconut Teaser 6:24
2-11 I'll Do Anything (You Want Me To) 8:20

Notes

Track 2-11 has a hidden speech at the end.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUICIDECD 004 Klute No One's Listening Anymore(22xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Commercial Suicide SUICIDECD 004 UK 2010
SUICIDELP004 Klute No One's Listening Anymore(4x12", Album, Red) Commercial Suicide SUICIDELP004 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SUICIDELP004 Klute No One's Listening Anymore(4x12", Promo, W/Lbl, Album) Commercial Suicide SUICIDELP004 UK 2004 Sell This Version
BBSCD 017, BBSCD017 Klute No One's Listening Anymore(2xCD, Album, RE) Breakbeat Science Recordings, Breakbeat Science Recordings BBSCD 017, BBSCD017 US 2005 Sell This Version

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jim_skreech

jim_skreech

February 5, 2011
Time 4 Change was the last ever track played on radio by John Peel before his passing in 2004.
Theeboon

Theeboon

May 23, 2005
edited over 5 years ago

In my humble opinion this is Klute's best work yet. He's molded his style into something very much his own, more song based than predecessor 'Lie Cheat & Steal'. Every track is killer and the collaborations don't disappoint ('Losing You' is funkeee!).

The second disc is brilliant in its own special way and a more chilled affair. Klute shows here he can write tuneful songs regardless the format or genre. The two discs are equally great.