The No Music of AIFFs

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The No Music of AIFFs
Remix album by
Released September 22, 2003 (2003-09-22)
Genre Alternative hip hop
Length 49:42
Label Anticon
Producer Themselves, Matth, Controller 7, Hrvatski, Why?, Hood, Alias, Grapedope, Fog, Odd Nosdam, The Notwist, Electric Birds
Themselves chronology
The No Music
The No Music of AIFFs
The Free Houdini
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
PopMatters favorable[1]

The No Music of AIFFs is a remix album by American hip hop duo Themselves. It includes remixes of songs from the duo's second studio album The No Music. It was released on Anticon in 2003.[2] It peaked at number 86 on the CMJ Radio 200 chart,[3] as well as number 11 on CMJ's Hip-Hop chart.[4]

Critical reception

Tim Stelloh of PopMatters gave the album a favorable review, saying: "The originals, which might have plenty of great qualities, never sound quite the same."[1] He commented that Themselves' vocalist Doseone is "essentially breaking all the genre rules and gnawing his form to shreds."[1]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Terror Fabulous" 4:02
2. "Hat Set for Butler (Themselves Demix)" 2:41
3. "Mouthful (Matth and Controller 7 Remix)" 4:11
4. "Good People Check (Hrvatski Remix)" 5:02
5. "Poison Pit (Why? Remix)" 3:15
6. "Livetrap (Hood Remix)" 2:50
7. "Only Child Explosion (Alias Remix)" 2:55
8. "Dr.Moonorgun Please (Grapedope Remix)" 3:20
9. "Darkskydemo (Fog Remix)" 4:18
10. "You Devil You (Odd Nosdam Remix)" 4:20
11. "Out in the Open (The Notwist Remix)" 5:35
12. "Hat in the Wind (Electric Birds Remix)" 7:13


  1. ^ a b c Stelloh, Tim (February 1, 2004). "Themselves: The No Music of Aiff's". PopMatters. Retrieved June 14, 2018.
  2. ^ "The No Music Of Aiffs". Anticon. Retrieved June 14, 2018.
  3. ^ "CMJ Radio 200". CMJ New Music Report (838): 13. November 3, 2003.
  4. ^ "Hip-Hop". CMJ New Music Report (838): 21. November 3, 2003.

External links

  • The No Music of AIFFs at Discogs (list of releases)
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