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There are multiple artists with the name The Knife:

1) Electronic duo from Stockholm, Sweden. 2) Spanish symphonic prog band

1) The Knife was an electronic duo from Stockholm, Sweden formed in 1999. The band consisted of siblings Karin Dreijer Andersson (formerly of Honey is Cool, now Fever Ray) and Olof Dreijer - who also run their own record company, Rabid Records.

The group rarely made public appearances, most of their promotional photos featured the members wearing masks, and formerly refused… read more

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  • Avatar for luckygc
    i want olof to murder my vagina [3]
  • Avatar for pretentiousbit
    i want olof to murder my vagina [2] please get back together :(
  • Avatar for lizbritney
    I watched the movie The Sacrament last night, and Heartbeats plays at the beginning - the second it started playing I knew I liked it! Great song.
  • Avatar for VitorZombie
    i want olof to murder my vagina
  • Avatar for R-Mac
    The Knife's progression is crazy extreme. Deep Cuts is a mixed bag (that I love!) where some songs are great but some songs are downright simple and silly. Silent Shout is a masterpiece and flawless in every way and then Shaking the Habitual is *incredibly* dense and challenging. You see the same kind of progression in Joanna Newsom's first full length, which was very simplistic (by her standards) then jumping up to her masterpiece Ys then going into a very dense triple album.
  • Avatar for Prince_de_Rien
    So they are really over? STH was their best album. Thanks God I saw them live in 2013.
  • Avatar for Chadion
    @blitzkriegpoop thanks, and your avatar explains enough of you [2] DRAG HA!
  • Avatar for exPassionFlower
    Happy 10th b-day /the first ten years of eternity/, Silent Shout! **
  • Avatar for pazdvasound
    nuse
  • Avatar for becktion
    but i like the album covers of silence shout and shaking the habitual lol

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