Splinter is the second studio album by English electronic band Sneaker Pimps, released on 25 October 1999 through record labels Clean Up and Virgin. It was the first album to feature founding member and principal songwriter Chris Corner on lead vocals, replacing the band's previous singer Kelli Dayton.
Splinter (CD, Album, Promo). Cutting Edge, Clean Up Records. Splinter (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, DMM).
Sneaker Pimps Lyrics. I see you couldn't catch your breath Believe me it's all that it must be You see I never said my piece If only you left it that easy Fractured we have been since sometime sixteen Failure was on me cause your ideals bore me. Does it take the fireworks to make you look in wonder? Would you give reaction to the cause I'm under? So coloured by you but your money messed it up Surrendered by you your monkey's longwhile had enough
Sneaker Pimps followed the debut success of Becoming X with the different, yet strangely familiar, Splinter. Kelli Dayton, whose haunting vocals made songs like "Spin Spin Sugar" and "6 Underground" so evocative, is no longer with the group. Splinter is a superb disc, full of trancey, edgy psychedelia, interspersed with moments of blistering rock
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Released October 25, 1999.
Splinter (Sneaker Pimps album). The album was released on LP in 1999, then in 2008 a double, heavy weight, DMM mastered vinyl LP, limited to only 1000 copies world wide was re-released and distributed by 'One Little Indian Records' - there were limited releases on cassette (mainly in Turkey) but as the 90's was coming to an end, they were in limited runs. The album took almost a year to make and was mostly recorded in the bedroom.