Killing Puritans

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Killing Puritans
Killing puritans.jpg
Studio album by Armand van Helden
Released 26 June 2000
Genre Big beat, house music
Label Armed Records
Armand van Helden chronology
Armand Van Helden's Nervous Tracks
Killing Puritans
Gandhi Khan
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Killing Puritans is the 4th studio album by Armand van Helden. It was released as CD and as quadruple vinyl.


The album's cover art prominently featured an African child soldier, prone, and aiming a rifle. The image was controversial enough to prompt calls for a ban. Eventually, UK versions of the album were sold in a plain brown cardboard sleeve that concealed the offending image.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Killing Puritans" (Intro) – 2:06 (Armand Van Helden)
  2. "Little Black Spiders" (feat. Fiona Marr) – 8:15 (Armand Van Helden/Klaus Meine/Herman Harebell/Rudolph Schenker)
  3. "Breakdancers Call" – 6:21 (Armand Van Helden)
  4. "House Boxing" (feat. Lord Sear) – 2:05 (Armand Van Helden)
  5. "Full Moon" (featuring Common) – 4:19 (Armand Van Helden/Lonnie Lynn/James Bedford)
  6. "Koochy" – 8:07 (Armand Van Helden/Gary Numan)
  7. "Watch Your Back" (feat. Herbie Hancock & N'Dea Davenport) – 8:23 (Bill Summers/Paul Jackson/Mike Clark/Bennie Mauphin/N'Dea Davenport/Trevant Hardson)
  8. "Hybridz" (feat. The Mongoloids) – 10:01 (Armand Van Helden/E. Sanchez/Michael Smith)
  9. "Flyaway Love" – 9:08 (Armand Van Helden)
  10. "Swamp Thang" – 5:49 (Armand Van Helden)
  11. "Conscience" (featuring Tekitha)– 9:07(Armand Van Helden/Tekitha Washington)


Year Chart Peak Position
2000 UK Albums Chart #38
2000 Belgium Albums Chart #49[2]

Release history[edit]

Country Release Date Format Label Catalogue
Australia May 29, 2000[3] CD Album London 8573833195[3]
USA October 1, 2005[4] CD Album


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Steffen Hung. "Armand van Helden - Killing Puritans". Retrieved 2011-10-12. 
  3. ^ a b [1][dead link]
  4. ^ [2][dead link]