No Balance Palace

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No Balance Palace
Kashmir-No balance palace front.jpg
Studio album by Kashmir
Released 10 October 2005
Recorded Sun Studios, Copenhagen and Looking Glass Studios, New York City
Genre Rock
Length 45:56
Label Sony
Producer Tony Visconti
Kashmir chronology
Zitilites
(2003)
No Balance Palace
(2005)
Trespassers
(2010)

No Balance Palace is the fifth album by the Danish band Kashmir. It was released on 10 October 2005. The album features a duet between Kasper Eistrup and David Bowie on "The Cynic", and Lou Reed on "Black Building", and was produced by Tony Visconti. The first single was "The Curse of Being a Girl".[1]

The cover art is an abstract painting by El Lissitzky called "Abstract Cabinet" (1927).

Words by Kasper Eistrup. Music by Kasper Eistrup except where noted.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Kalifornia" – 5:26
  2. "Jewel Drop" – 4:20
  3. "The Cynic" (featuring David Bowie) – 4:23
  4. "Ophelia" – 3:56
  5. "Diana Ross" – 0:31 (music by Eistrup with Henrik Lindstrand)
  6. "The Curse of Being a Girl" – 3:39
  7. "She's Made of Chalk" – 5:06 (music by Eistrup with Henrik Lindstrand)
  8. "Ether" – 5:21
  9. "Snowman" – 3:14 (music by Eistrup with Henrik Lindstrand)
  10. "Black Building" (featuring Lou Reed) – 1:58
    (music by Eistrup with Henrik Lindstrand, Asger Engholm Techau & Mads Tunebjerg)
  11. "No Balance Palace" – 8:03
    (music by Eistrup with Henrik Lindstrand, Asger Engholm Techau & Mads Tunebjerg)
  • Australian Tour Edition bonus tracks:
12. "Supergirl (Demonstrations Skizze)" – 3:57
13. "She's Made of Chalk (Single Revision)" – 4:01
  • Japan bonus tracks (SICP 1019):
12. "Ding A Ling" – 5:41
13. "Snowman (Organic Draft)" – 2:58
14. "The Dusk Hour (Sidestep Walk)" – 5:15
15. "Supergirl (Demonstrations Skizze)" – 3:58

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Bowie - Page 19 "He appeared on Danish alt-rockers Kashmir's 2005 release, No Balance Palace, sharing lead vocals with Kashmir singer Kasper Eistrup on the song ”The Cynic”."
  2. ^ Liner notes of the 13-track Australian CD release. Writer(s) of Japan bonus tracks not identified by author of this edit.

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