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  • Audio CD (July 17, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Mute U.S.
  • ASIN: B000N3SSVM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,696 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Silent Shout
2. Neverland
3. The Captain
4. We Share Our Mothers' Health
5. Na Na Na
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Disc: 2
1. Pass This On
2. The Captain
3. We Share Our Mothers' Health
4. You Make Me Like Charity
5. Marble House
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Disc: 3
1. Pass This On
2. The Captain
3. We Share Our Mothers' Health
4. You Make Me Like Charity
5. Marble House
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Disc: 4
1. N.Y. Hotel
2. Heartbeats
3. You Take My Breath Away (I)
4. Pass This On
5. Handy Man
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This 2-CD/DVD combination pack features the Swedish brother & sister duo. CD #1 features 11 studio tracks; CD#2 features a live performance from Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12, 2007 and the DVD includes the same live performance, along with 12 music video

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This is my pick for the best album of 2006.
Christopher Vaughn
Concert DVD also has Knife music videos and is immensely viewable.
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A great example is the song "Silent Shout."
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Mark Eremite VINE VOICE on December 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The Knife slips its blade in slowly in this, their third and eeriest ablum to date. Their sound has never been so insidious and effective.

Most of the songs loom large and unapologetic on a static-heavy foundation of pure electronica. The Knife experiments with some serious, in-your-face sound changes, most of them involving bizarre vocal arrangements (that sound melted, tweaked, and tweezered) and massive chunks of computerized noise.

When they're not infiltrating the nerves with schizophrenic, hyper-active machinery ("We Share Our Mother's Health" and "Like A Pen"), they're lulling listeners into dim groves of lyrical whispers ("Forest Families" and "One Hit"). This is the kind of album that's so avant-garde, so experimental, so hard to define and yet so insistently familiar that the urge to compare it to other records of its kind is almost unresistible.

But, in all honesty, there really is no other record to compare it to. The techno-militant urgency of "Neverland," the winding orchestral phantasms of "Marble House," the star-lit brilliance of the title track -- they may play like the distant cousins of Bjork, Massive Attack, Aphex Twin, or the Sneaker Pimps, but they are still indelibly unique. Fans of electronic music will be more than pleased, and everyone else may just find a few reasons to give the genre a more serious look.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Albert on November 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The Knife have said themselves that "Silent Shout" has come much closer to the kind of music they have had in mind than their previous albums. And what hauntingly beautiful minds they have. I wont elaborate on the album itself because if you're considering this deluxe edition you have most likely purchased or obtained the album already. But to receive a DVD of their live show/experience in Gothenburg, Sweden and all of their music videos along with a CD recording of the live show is a real treat. Very affordable considering the content and highly recommended to anyone that can identify with this type of music. Buy it and savor it.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By CoryRay on July 13, 2006
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Were you ever curious what it would sound like if David Lynch decided to make an electropop album? Well, Silent Shout may be your answer. This is probably the oddest album since Bjork's "Medulla" (yet this is much more successful in my opinion). Even darker and weirder than their last album, "Silent Shout" is also a huge leap forward. "Deep Cuts" had all the ingredients to be an album I should love, but for some reason it never completely drew me in. I definitely LIKED it, but there were a few too many ideas and it just didn't seem to reach its full potential. "Silent Shout," on the other hand, drew me in instantly. It is very cohesive, it builds on all the band's strengths, and it sets them apart from pretty much any other band in existence. It's dark and creepy and otherwordly, yet at the same time there's a surreal warmth and beauty that radiates from the music. It's a mood unlike any other I've experienced before from any other artist. That's why this album draws you in and warrants repeated listenings. Music that is immediately catchy and accessible can be quite nice (like an old acquaintance), but it's these bands that reinvent music and bring something fresh to the table (like a new lover) that keep you coming back for more, and should really be recognized as something special.

Take Bjork's vocals, distort them many different ways, layer them on top of each other until you have what sounds like a choir of aliens or strange forest creatures, then add them to brooding pads, arpeggiated synths, and electronic drum beats, and you have an idea of what this album sounds like (the result is so much better than it may look in writing, though). The music isn't just a novelty either. It really is good from beginning to end.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By The Wasp on May 9, 2006
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Best known for their beautifully tender Heartbeats (touchingly covered by Jose Gonzalez and used during Sony's Bravia television campaign featuring thousands of super balls filmed bouncing down a Chicago street), Swedish brother and sister duo The Knife have followed up on the vibrant electro styles of 2005's Deep Cuts with an album far more sinister and shadowy. Keeping with their surreal style, Karin and Olof Dreijer began recording Silent Shout in an abandoned carbon dioxide factory before relocating to the underground catacombs of an ancient Stockholm church. Karin's squeaky yet heartbreaking vocals have been thoroughly manipulated on Silent Shout, with the Scandinavian pop overtones of Deep Cuts being replaced by a much darker vibe. The glacial synthesizers of The Captain are as sharp as the band's name suggest, while the frenetic We Share Our Mother's Health - complete with Teutonic vocals announcing `We come down from the north' - sounds like an electro take on Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song. Although the filtered effects and overwhelming darkness of many of the songs make it frequently opaque, Silent Shout's highlight Marble House lightens the mood a little. Featuring Swedish musician Jay Jay Johanson as a guest singer, this future single finds his tender vocals offsetting Karin's creepy sounds. The exciting Madonna-versus-Royksopp style of Marble House, the delicate From Off To On and the skittery beats of the opening title track mean that although Silent Shout has less commercial zest, its enlightened and progressive nature has the power to both confound and delight.
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I received it today, it's region 1.
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Release Date pushed back again!
i know!!!!! first it was the beggining of march, then april 11th, then may 19th, then june 19th NOW JULY!!! WTF!!!!
its never coming out, MUTE U.S SUCKS!!!
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