Album by Manchester band I am kloot, released in early 2001.
The first time I heard this album was at a Borders store in London.
I was very bored and thought the sleeve looked cool, so I gave it a try
in a listening station.
I was so drawn into I am kloot's world of love, deceit and perversion that
I didn't notice that the store was being evacuated
until a security guard knocked me on my shoulder to inform me.
The album consists of a set of songs that tell tales of John Bramwell's everyday life
with a large portion of cynisism. The music is acoustic and very laid back, almost jazzy.
The album and the live performances received very favourable reviews in the UK.
- To You *
- Morning Rain *
- Twist *-
- 86 TV's *
- Bigger Wheels
- Storm Warning
- Dark Star *
- Sunlight Hits The Snow
- No Fear Of Fallin
- Because -
Songs marked with an * have been released as single
and 86 TV's
on a double A-sided one).
Songs marked with an - have had their lyrics noded by me.