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Silent Shout (2006)

The Knife
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Electropop, Minimal techno, Electronic music, Trance music, Synthpop, Dark ambient, Electro-industrial, Experimental music, Tech house, Industrial music

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Silent Shout is the third studio album (excluding Hannah med H Soundtrack) by Swedish electronic duo The Knife. It was initially released in Sweden on 15 February 2006 by Rabid Records, and subsequently in the rest of Europe the following month and in the United States on 25 July by Mute Records. Silent Shout is darker than its predecessor, 2003's Deep Cuts. The album spawned five singles: "Silent Shout", "Marble House", "Like a Pen", "We Share Our Mothers' Health" and "Na Na Na".
The album, the music video for the title track and some of the press photos were inspired by Black Hole by American cartoonist Charles Burns.
A three-disc deluxe edition of Silent Shout was released in Europe on 2 July 2007 and in the US on 17 July. In addition to the studio album, this package includes the DVD Silent Shout: An Audio Visual Experience—which contains The Knife's live concert in Gothenburg on 12 April 2006, as part of their Silent Shout tour, and all of the duo's music videos to date—, as well as a CD of the concert's audio.
Silent Shout received very positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the

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Tracks

9:48 Silent Shout (Williams Acidic Circuits remix)
4:54 Silent Shout (original version)
6:23 Silent Shout (Troy Pierce Barado en Locombia mix)
7:06 Silent Shout (Shinedoe remix)
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