What's That Noise?

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What's That Noise?
Whats That Noise cover.jpg
Studio album by Coldcut
Released April 1989 (1989-04)
Genre Electronica, house, alternative hip hop
Label Tommy Boy/Reprise/Warner Bros. Records
25974 (US)

Big Life (UK)
Ahead Of Our Time (UK)
Producer Coldcut
Coldcut chronology
What's That Noise?
Some Like It Cold

What's That Noise? is the first album from Coldcut, released in 1989.

Guests on this album were: Lisa Stansfield on "People Hold On" and "My My Telephone," Mark E. Smith (The Fall) on "(I'm) In Deep", Junior Reid on "Stop This Crazy Thing", Queen Latifah on "Smoke Dis One" and Yazz on "Doctorin' the House".[1] The album was featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

1989 UK release[edit]

Side A
  • A1 People Hold On (Featuring Lisa Stansfield) (3:58)
  • A2 Fat (Party & Bullshit) (4:34)
  • A3 (I'm) In Deep" (Featuring Mark E. Smith) (5:23)
  • A4 My Telephone (Featuring Lisa Stansfield) (5:26)
  • A5 Theme From "Reportage" (1:35)
  • A6 Which Doctor? (4:59)
Side B
Side C
  • C1 Beats & Pieces (Mo Bass Remix) (5:55)
  • C2 Stop This Crazy Thing (Hedmaster Mix) (7:03)
Side D
  • D1 Maker Brake
  • D2 Greedy's Back
  • D3 Drawmasters Squeeze
  • D4 Trak 22

1989 US release[edit]

  1. People Hold On (Featuring Lisa Stansfield) (3:58)
  2. Fat (Party And Bullshit) (4:17)
  3. (I'm) In Deep (Featuring Mark E. Smith) (5:08)
  4. My Telephone (Featuring Lisa Stansfield) (4:54)
  5. Theme From "Reportage" (1:35)
  6. Which Doctor? (4:30)
  7. Stop This Crazy Thing (Featuring Junior Reid) (5:15)
  8. No Connection (3:34)
  9. Smoke Dis One (Featuring Queen Latifah) (5:40)
  10. Not Paid Enough (7:23)
  11. What's That Noise? (2:28)
  12. Beats & Pieces (Mo Bass Remix) (6:00)
  13. Stop This Crazy Thing (Hedmaster Mix By Adrian Sherwood) (7:00)



  1. ^ Stephen Cook (2012). "What's That Noise? - Coldcut : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards : AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 

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