This UK duo is among the more mysterious acts to emerge from the electronica scene from the late 90s. The inexplicable Howie Saunders and Simon Shackleton (aka sHack) haven’t issued much details detailing their backgrounds, choosing to allow music perform the talking rather. 1997 became a busy calendar year for the duo, as their debut, Metropol, was released, in addition to production/remixing careers for Dark Grape, Bush, and Curve (the ‘Chinese language Burn’ one). Around once, Lunatic Quiet also made an appearance on many soundtracks, such as for example Mortal Kombat Annihilation as well as the Matrix, both which highlighted versions from the monitor ‘Keep You Considerably Behind’. Subsequently, even more remix work emerged the duo’s method (DJ Scissorkick’s ‘Clap Yo’ Hands’ and Mankind Liberation Front side’s ‘Isolated’), furthermore to producing an admirer away from Fatboy Slim, for whom Lunatic Quiet served as you of several companies on his compilation, The Fatboy Slim/Norman Make Collection. Five years following the release of the debut came another effort, Breaking Stage.