The Knife is the debut studio album by Swedish electronic music duo The Knife. It was released on 5 February 2001 by Rabid Records. The album's recordings started early in the summer of 1999 in a cottage on the Swedish island of Tjörn. The duo also recorded it in their flats in Gothenburg and Stockholm, and in a rehearsal studio in the Hökarängen district of Stockholm.
When I Found The Knife. Animation – VardagLyrics By – Frau Rabid. Six videos & one story by Frau Rabid.
The Knife - Poetry By Night. The Knife - Reindeer. The Knife - Silent Shout (Original mix). The Knife - Still Light. The Knife - The Captain.
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The Knife was a Swedish electronic music duo from Gothenburg formed in 1999. The group consisted of siblings Karin and Olof Dreijer, who together also run their own record company, Rabid Records. The group gained a large international following in response to their 2003 album Deep Cuts. The duo's first tour took place in 2006, along with the release of their critically acclaimed album Silent Shout. They have won a number of Swedish Grammis, but refuse to attend awards ceremonies
Show all albums by The Knife. Story by Frau Rabid, animated by Vardag. When I Found the Knife Again. Directed by Amy Engles. Hotel" is the one and only single from The Knife's self-titled debut album released on May 1, 2001. There is a music video for ". Hotel" directed by Andreas Nilsson and Andreas Korsár. You Take My Breath Away (The Knife song). You Take My Breath Away" is a single by Swedish electronic duo, The Knife, from their second studio album Deep Cuts, released in 2003. Jenny Wilson is the backup singer, singing the second verse and the chorus together with Karin Dreijer. You Take My Breath Away" is the eighth song from the Deep Cuts album, and two.
Released by: Rabid Records. Album release date: 8 April 2013.
Rabid wouldn’t be The Knife’s label without it’s own mythology, of course. Thus, it doesn’t run with the same formal business platter provided by even the most leftfield indies, providing a ruse about the lazy Frau Rabid, the label boss who seldomly releases other music than The Knife. Except from every 3rd year when she gets excited and manic and dreams about being professional, then she signs someone. It can be found as the b-side to the Rabid released single. 1. When I Grow Up – Fever Ray. Taken from an astonishing album, ‘When I Grow Up’ was the calling card for the Fever Ray project, as Karin discussed growing up from an almost inverted perspective. The vocal pitch shifts were hallucinatory, while the seeping guitars, keyboard and tripping drum programming created a nebulous warmth. When she sings I put my soul in what I do it feels absolutely true.