|Studio album by Hybrid|
|Released||13 October 2003|
|Genre||Nu skool breaks, trip hop, electronica|
Morning Sci-Fi (2003) is the second studio album by British electronica producers Hybrid. The album includes a hidden track titled "Lights Go Down, Knives Come Out," which is hidden before the first indexed track and can be accessed by rewinding.
CD: Morning Sci-Fi
Includes "Lights Go Down, Knives Come Out" - 6:06 as a hidden track before the first track.
- "This Is What It Means" – 1:20
- "True to Form"* (featuring Peter Hook) – 9:14
- "Know Your Enemy" – 5:58
- "Marrakech" – 5:45
- "I'm Still Awake"* – 6:24
- "Visible Noise" – 7:12
- "We Are in Control" – 6:03
- "Higher than a Skyscraper" (featuring Peter Hook) – 5:34
- "Steal You Away"* – 5:26
- "Gravastar" – 5:01
- "Out of the Dark"* – 7:17
- "Blackout" (featuring Kirsty Hawkshaw) – 6:31
Tracks marked with * includes lyrics by Adam Taylor.
DVD: Morning Sci-Fi Bonus DVD
Includes the 40 minute 'Dishing Pump' documentary about their 2000 tour with Moby, interviews, and live concert footage from their performance at Dublin, Ireland in May 2003. The DVD includes a few Easter Eggs. One of these Easter Eggs is the symphonic instrumental of their song Finished Symphony from their first studio album Wide Angle, which can be heard by accessing the Info menu. Another one, an unreleased mix of Higher than a Skyscraper, can be accessed by selecting the Interviews menu and selecting the tree branch.
- "Blackout" is also featured in Kirsty Hawkshaw's second album Meta-Message.
- A 9:46 version of "Blackout" is included on Hybrid Present Y4K. It is listed as "(Hybrid Y4K edit)" and features Blackout's vocals over the backing music/beats that Hybrid previously made for their unofficial remix of REM's song "The Great Beyond".
- "Higher than a Skyscraper" is featured in the video game Crackdown.
- On Hybrid's website, unreleased mixes of "True to Form" and "Higher than a Skyscraper" as well as the album version of "Lights Go Down, Knives Come Out" can be heard.