Poetica

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For the work of the same name, see Poetics (Aristotle).
Poetica
Studio album by iiO
Released March 2005
Recorded 2001–2005
Genre House
Dance
Electronic
Trance
Label Made Records
Producer Markus Moser
iiO chronology
Poetica
(2005)
Reconstruction Time: The Best of iiO Remixed
(2007)
Singles from Poetica
  1. "Rapture"
    Released: November, 2001
  2. "At the End"
    Released: October 22, 2002
  3. "Smooth"
    Released: January 13, 2004
  4. "Runaway"
    Released: November, 2004
  5. "Kiss You"
    Released: August, 2005
  6. "Is It Love?"
    Released: July, 2006

Poetica is the first album by the New York City based dance music act iiO. It was released in March of 2005.

Six tracks from the album were released as singles; four of these - "Rapture", "At the End", "Smooth" and "Runaway" - were released before the album. "Kiss You" was released alongside the album, and "Is it Love?" was released in August 2006.

Track listing[edit]

The album consists of 15 tracks. A re-release in the United States also included a 16th track, an edited version of "Kiss You" by Frank Bailey.

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Rapture"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:15
2. "At the End"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 3:39
3. "Smooth"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:33
4. "Runaway"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 3:39
5. "Kiss You"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:20
6. "Chastity"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:20
7. "Tantric"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 3:34
8. "Rebel"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 5:14
9. "Is It Love?"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:32
10. "Be It"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 6:16
11. "Give It Up"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 6:51
12. "Hanging On"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 3:25
13. "The One"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:38
14. "What a Way"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 4:05
15. "Poetica"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 1:47
16. "Kiss You [Bailey Edit] (US re-release only)"   M. Moser and N. Ali[1] M. Moser 3:47

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Credits discogs.com