Deep Cuts CD+DVD
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The Knife re-release their critically acclaimed album Deep Cuts following the release of the single "You Take My Breath Away". An album that has already become a best seller and Grammy winner in Sweden, and is picking up plaudits across Europe. Joining the CD is a bonus DVD of Videos.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a fascinating record from the stomping house of,"Handy-man," to the beatiful lonesome lyric of the opener,"Heartbeat." What strikes me is the inventiveness of the beats and the lyrical depth of the songs. I´m a huge fan of,"pass this on," for example. Great steel drum and the aching lyric,"I´m in love with your brother, what´s his name."
Then you´ve got,"The cop," this sounds more like an industrial metal track than the kind of thing you´d expect to find on a dance orientated album. "Hangin out," and,"this is now," are other notable tracks although,"You take my breath away," is a little bit too melodramatic for my own tastes.
This is a quality record and I´m very interested in hearing what comes next.
I've just been reading through some of this albums reviews on here, and as far as I can gather, the majority of people seem hung up on comparing to the acoustic cover of 'Heartbeats' Jose Gonzalez released in 2005. Impossible. Both are great versions of the same song, but I feel it is wholly wrong to consider approaching The Knife with anything but an open mind. Essentially, they may as well be different songs because they take such completely different approaches to the melody.
As a big fan of all three Knife albums, and this years 'Fever Ray' (the solo release by Karin Dreijer Andersson), I must stress that The Knife are EXPERIMENTAL-electronic at it's most original! Listen to it with a mind free of all expectations, and you will pick up on the subtle quirks that give this band it's unique personality. I also highly recommend their eponymous debut album, and Silent Shout. There's a gradual shift in tone as the band ages, where the sound becomes darker and more dreamlike, and again this is notable in the 'Fever Ray' album.
If you have an open mind, you may very well fall in love with this band as I have. If you are expecting plain straight-forward mainstream pop, you are listening to the wrong band.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
...if La Roux have this album (from 2004, according to my copy) in their record collections? As a fan of La Roux, I loved this: it's a bit less polished, a bit more varied and a... Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2013 by T. Hawkins
This band are tremendous and really talented. I listen to "this is love" over and over again. Great CD/DVD combination.Published on 4 Feb. 2013 by TS
I mainly bought this for their critically acclaimed Heartbeats track, but listened to the other tracks on Spotify and thought it was worth splashing out. Read morePublished on 5 May 2011 by DrFothers
This was the first album by the knife i bought; I have since purchased all others because i loved the songs on this record so much. It would be one of my 10 desert island disc's.Published on 3 Dec. 2010 by Meister Adams
Bought this album on the strength of the first track Heartbeats and after listening to the Fever Ray album which is suberb. Read morePublished on 3 Sept. 2010 by bcpeach