www.pitchshifter.com

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www.pitchshifter.com
Www.pitchshifter.com album cover.jpg
Studio album by Pitchshifter
Released April 7, 1998
Recorded 1997-1998
Studio PSI Studios, Protocol Studios, London and at The Machine Shop, Hoboken, New Jersey
Genre Industrial rock, drum and bass
Length 51:50
Label Geffen
Producer Machine
Pitchshifter chronology
Infotainment?
(1996)
www.pitchshifter.com
(1998)
Deviant
(2000)
Singles from www.pitchshifter.com
  1. "Genius"
    Released: 1998
  2. "Microwaved"
    Released: 1998
  3. "W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G."
    Released: 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
earPollution Favorable[2]

www.pitchshifter.com is an album by the British industrial band Pitchshifter, released in 1998. It was their first major label album and it sold just over 60,000 copies in the US, nearly twice as much as their next album Deviant, which sold 33,000 copies.

"Subject To Status" was featured in the background of a Volkswagen commercial for the Vortex.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Microwaved" Pitchshifter 3:27
2. "2nd Hand" Pitchshifter 3:31
3. "Genius" Pitchshifter 4:06
4. "Civilised" Pitchshifter 4:38
5. "Subject to Status" Pitchshifter 3:34
6. "W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G." Pitchshifter 3:45
7. "Please Sir" Pitchshifter 3:47
8. "Disposable" Pitchshifter 3:38
9. "A Better Lie™" Pitchshifter 3:13
10. "Innit" Pitchshifter 2:52
11. "What's in It for Me?" Pitchshifter 2:56
12. "I Don't Like It" Pitchshifter 3:53
13. "ZX81" Pitchshifter 7:34
14. "Free Samples" Pitchshifter 1:48

Personnel[edit]

Pitchshifter
Additional musicians
  • Keith York - recorded drums & loops, percussion
  • Pablo Yeadon - acoustic guitar on 'Disposable'
Production
  • H. Forbes, Paul Williams, Nick Philip and Unknown Graphic Services - artwork
  • Johnny Carter and Neil Simmons - engineering
  • Jodie Zalewski - assistant engineer
  • Johnny Carter and J.S. Clayden - programming
  • Bob Ludwig - mastering
  • Ralph Barklam and Tony Woolliscroft - photography
  • Machine - production
  • Clinton Bradley - additional analogue synthesizer manipulation
  • Johnny Carter and JS Clayden - writer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Swihart, Stanton. Pitchshifter: www.pitchshifter.com > Overview at AllMusic. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
  2. ^ Young, Craig. "Pitchshifter: www.pitchshifter.com". earPollution. Retrieved 27 October 2014.