Hardknox

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Hardknox is an English electronic music duo consisting of Steve Proctor and Lindy Layton. They have released two singles and a self-titled album. Their style of electronica features heavy beats with powerful vocal samples and unusual loops.

Their best-known tracks are "Psychopath", "Who's Money", and "Fire Like This". The latter was featured in the film Me, Myself and Irene and a Fiat Grande Punto TV advertisement in the UK. "Come in Hard" was also featured in Rallisport Challenge, a Microsoft rally game and the movie - 3000 Miles to Graceland. "Body Go" was featured in the film Rollerball. "Attitude" was featured in an episode of the USA series La Femme Nikita and in the third episode of Misfits.

Samples on Fire Like This[edit]

This song features part of Big Walter Horton's harmonica solo, played originally on "Walking By Myself" by Jimmy Rogers.[1]

Hardknox album[edit]

Hardknox
Studio album by Hardknox
Released 27 September 1999
Genre Big beat, electronic rock
Label Jive Electro Records

The band's self-titled debut album was released on 27 September 1999 on Jive Records. Rapper Schoolly D provides guest vocals on the album.[2] "Fire Like This" was earlier released as 12" single by Skint Records in 1997.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cozican"
  2. "Fire Like This"
  3. "Come in Hard"
  4. "Coming Back With a Sword"
  5. "Just Me 'N' You"
  6. "Attitude"
  7. "Who's Money"
  8. "Resistance Is Futile"
  9. "Psychopath"
  10. "Ain't Going Down"
  11. "Attitude" [The Strongroom Mix]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bill Dahl. "Good Rockin' Charles". Allmusic. Retrieved November 23, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Hardknox". allmusic.com. AllMusic. 2014. Retrieved March 7, 2014. 

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