Kings Of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud
CD, 2001

Herstellungsland Niederlande
Zeit 43:13
EAN-Nr. 724352907229
Label/Labelcode SOURCE / LC 0901
Plattenfirma/Katalog-Nr. Source / SOURCD019
Musikrichtung Pop
MS-ID 990004
Sammlungen Gesucht Flohmarkt
4 (3 privat) 0 0
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I = Instrumental L = Live B = Bonustrack H = Hidden Track C = Coversong
Track Titel Zeit Besonderheit
1. Winning A Battle, Losing The War 3:54
2. Toxic Girl 3:09
3. Singing Softly To Me 3:09
4. I Don't Know What I Can Save You From 4:37
5. Failure 3:33
6. The Weight Of My Words 4:06
7. Once Around The Block 2:24
8. Manhattan Skyline 4:15
9. The Girl From Back Then 2:29
10. Leaning Against The Wall 3:18
11. Little Kids 3:46
12. Summer On The Westhill 4:33


Recorded and mixed at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool by Ken Nelson, assisted by Andrea Wright, on a Studer 24-track analogue 2inch tape machine, then mixed to 1/2 inch tape through a Neve Legend Mixing Desk using the same personnel

"Singing Softly to Me" and "The Girl from Back Then" are parts 1 & 2 of the same song

"Toxic Girl" and "Failure" originally recorded and edited at Ornkli Studios in Bergen, Norway
All tracks engineered by Ken Nelson, assisted by Andrea Wright, except "Toxic Girl" and "Failure" initially engineered by Morten Arnetvedt

All tracks written and performed by Kings of Convenience
"Parallel Lines" written by Daisy Simons and Kings of Convenience
Cello on "I Don't Know What I Can Save You From", "Failure", "Leaning Against the Wall" and "Summer on the Westhill" by Ian Bracken
Cello on "Winning a Battle, Losing the War" by Matt McGeever
Trumpet on "Singing Softly to Me" by Ben Dumville
Strings arranged by Kings of Convenience
Drum Fills on "Failure" by Tarjei Strøm
Mastered by Chris Ludd at Abbey Road

Sleeve designed by Dominic Thomas and Kings of Convenience
Photography by Paulo Sutch

SID-Code CD-Master : IFPI LK97
SID-Code Presswerk : IFPI 9R*
Name Presswerk: EMI Uden
Matrix: 2100003285638 5290722