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Sneaker Pimps - Splinter flac
Performer: Sneaker Pimps
Title: Splinter
Label: Clean Up Records
Country: UK
Released: 25 Oct 1999
Style: Trip Hop, Downtempo
Cat: CUP040CD
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2614 mb | MP3 size: 2107 mb | WMA size: 1290 mb
Genre: Electronic

2Low Five4:35
3Lightning Field4:11
5Half Life4:57
6Flowers And Silence5:47
7Cute Sushi Lunches3:15
8Destroying Angel4:27
10Wife By Two Thousand6:16
11Ten To Twenty4:30


  • Band [Sneaker Pimps Are:]Chris Corner, David Westlake , Joe Wilson, Liam Howe
  • Mastered ByHowie Weinberg
  • Mixed ByMark 'Spike' Stent
  • Musician [Additional Vocals]Sarah McDonnell, Sue Denim
  • Photography ByCollier Schorr
  • ProducerLine Of Flight
  • Written-By [All Tracks]Corner, Pickering, Howe


Packaging: Standard jewel case with clear tray and 8-paged booklet.

℗ 1999 Clean Up Records Limited
© 1999 Clean Up Records Limited

Track 6 "Empathy" features samples from the Kronos Quartet recordings "Uleg-Khem" and "Laengdans Efter Byfans Mats". Produced under license from Warner Bros. Records Inc. by arrangement with Warner Special Products.


  • Barcode (Text): 5 029271 004024
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029271004024
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2): EDC Blackburn Ltd CUP040CD 01
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded on inner ring / Variant 1 & 2): MADE IN THE UK
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): IFPI 0497
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L136
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L135


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Clean Up Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Clean Up Records Ltd.
  • Published By – BMG Music Publishing
  • Recorded At – Line Of Flight Studios
  • Mixed At – Olympic Studios
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk


Splinter is the second studio album by English electronic band Sneaker Pimps, released on 25 October 1999 through record labels Clean Up and Virgin. It was the first album to feature founding member and principal songwriter Chris Corner on lead vocals, replacing the band's previous singer Kelli Dayton. NME described Splinter as a staunch refusal to cash in whatsoever on previous fame and the band's hangover after the long night of success brought by debut 'Becoming X'. Its faintly ugly and always. Half Life 2. Low Five 3. Lightning Field 4. Curl 5. Destroying Angel 6. Empathy 7. Superbug 8. Flowers and Silence 9. Cute Sushi Lunches 10. Ten 1999 12 Songs. Sneaker Pimps. Electronic free to Sneaker Pimps Splinter Half Life, Low Five and more. 12 tracks 55:11. Kelli Dayton, whose haunting vocals made songs like Spin Spin Sugar and 6 Underground so evocative, is no longer with the group. While this takes the listener a few moments to re-adjust - Dayton's voice was, after all, what made Sneaker Pimps so accessible - this album is still worth the effort. Splinter is a superb disc, full of trancey, edgy psychedelia, interspersed with moments of blistering rock. The new vocalist, Chris Corner, is not nearly as good a. Sneaker Pimps' sophmore record Splinter , released on October 25, 1999, is the first Sneaker Pimps album to not feautre female vocalist Kelli Ali, this is due to disagreements on how they wanted to sound and on their need to evolve, thus Kelli was asked to leave the band. This time around, they took a little longer to record it, compared to the bedroom studio at Liams house for Becoming X , this album was to be recorded in an actual studio with Joe and David now on-board. The album was originally intended to be called 'Scissors, Paper, Stone, but after some time it was change. Splinter, 1999. Half Life, 04:53. Low Five, 04:35. Splinter Sneaker Pimps album. During the 'Splinter' and 'Bloodsport' era, Julian Barratt from 'The Mighty Boosh' would often play live with the band. Noel Fielding also from the 'Mighty Boosh' posed with Chris Corner in a photo-shoot replicating Roxy Music's 'Country Life' album. The song 'Empathy' samples Kronos Quartet's songs 'Uleg-Khem' and 'Laengdans Efter Byfans Mats'. Sneaker Pimps' second album is long lost gem. Ignored by mainstream and critics, commercially they remained in the second league, but artistically they reached the highest peak. If art's task is to feed our souls, Splinter is simply ambrosia. Splinter is a very generic album. The creative sampling and arrangement of Becoming X has been replaced with a blander, more mainstream rock sound