100% No Modern Talking is the debut extended play by Australian electronic music duo Knife Party. It was released as a free download on their website, Facebook, and SoundCloud on 12 December 2011 and for purchase on iTunes and Beatport the same day.
The EP was named after "Modern Talking", a wavetable created by German technology company Native Instruments as part of their Massive software. Via Twitter, Rob Swire described the wavetable as "the Comic Sans of dubstep sounds."
"Back to the Z-List" was originally going to be on the EP, though it was replaced by "Destroy Them With Lazers" since Knife Party no longer liked the original choice.