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Quiet VillageSilent Movie

Label:Studio !K7 – !K7225CD
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Leftfield, Downtempo, Disco

Tracklist

1Victoria's Secret3:32
2Circus Of Horror4:50
3Free Rider4:20
4Too High To Move6:42
5Pacific Rhythm4:29
6Broken Promises5:47
7Pillow Talk5:07
8Can't Be Beat5:46
9Gold Rush5:26
10Singing Sand5:09
11Utopia5:03
12Keep On Rolling3:48
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Recorded at Studio 56 Brighton, 2004-2007.
All tracks published by !K7 Publishing.

℗+© 2008 !K7 Records.
Made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 30003 72252 5
  • Label Code: LC 07306
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2): [Sonopress Arvato logo] 52583772/P K7225CD 21
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI0740
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0766

Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Silent Movie (LP, Album)Studio !K7!K7225LPGermany2008
Silent Movie (CD, Album, Promo)Studio !K7!K7225CDGermany2008
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Silent Movie (CD, Album)Studio !K7!K7225 CDRussia2008
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Silent Movie (CD, Album)Studio !K7!K7225CDUS2008
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Silent Movie (CDr, Mini-Album, Promo)!K7K7225CDGermany2008

Reviews

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Expansive09
How did K7 not et sued for this one? This project blatantly stole from other artists without asking for permission to use their samples....As unoriginal as it comes!
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scoundrel
Quiet Village takes the cinematic route with SILENT MOVIE, from the rolling waves and gentle string swells of "Victoria's Secret" to the street funk and screams of "Circus of Horror." "Too High To Move" coasts by on an easygoing groove, while "Pacific Rhythm" brings a string orchestra to a guitar-reggae beat. "Broken Promises" gets back to the wave-accompanied cinematics, while "Pillow Talk" has an 80s TV detective thrum to it ("Gold Rush" has a similar thrum, but in a more western vein). Some moody disco finds its way onto "Can't Be Beat," and a harp-effect guitar plinks its way through "Utopia." But the final track, "Keep On Rolling" is like a drive down the Pacific Coast Highway, warm and fluid. It represent the album as whole well.