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  • Audio CD (6 Feb. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Different
  • ASIN: B000CQ74JW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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1. Welcome To Sexor
2. (Far From) Home
3. You Gonna Want Me
4. High School
5. Jamaican Boa
6. Louder Than A Bomb
7. Pleasure From The Bass
8. Who's That
9. Down In It
10. Ballad Of Sexor
11. Good As Gold
12. Flexibleskulls
13. Burning Down The House
14. (Far From) Home (Speed Of Sexor Reprise Edit)
15. Weeks
16. Brothers
17. Sir Sir Sir
18. 8455544mommy

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Tiga ~ Sexor

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
As a DJ I've been playing tunes like 'You Gonna Want Me', the INCREDIBLE 'Pleasure From The Bass', and 'Louder Than A Bomb' for ages and don't get me wrong they rule but that was then and now all us Tiga fans want some cool new stuff to dance to and that's simply where this album baffles and disappoints.
With all those tunes I've mentioned included on this album you could think of this album as a greatest hits album but it doesn't even really hit that mark very accurately as it doesn't include tunes like 'Burning', 'Hot In Here', the more recent 'Do It Don't Stop' and most annoyingly 'Move My Body' - and that track was one of the best he's ever done in my opinion!!!!!!!!!!
So on to the real bad point of this album...the lyrics! I know I know, Tiga has always had his own special brand of retro singing on most of his tracks but it's never been so CRINGEY as it is here with tracks like 'The Ballad Of Sexor', 'Down On It', 'Brothers' or the most hideously disappointing 'Burning Down The House' - which is just awful karaoke rubbish with a line of mid-nineties acid beeps over the top which fail to breathe life into a cover version which is already dead after the first few seconds!!!!
I'm starting to feel guilty by pointing out all these bad points but I have to mention the production in passing to be fair - which is real casio/midi/sega mastersystem stuff by the way! It works when Peaches, Freezepop, Phones, Xlover, or even Light Bulb Project do it but it just falls flat here like the tracks have been done in a rush or something.
However this album isn't all bad...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By dimitriis on 18 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Tiga's long awaited debut. As expected, Tiga offers his Talking Heads-like vocals in most of the synth-pop, electro-ish tracks of this album. As in previous releases, Jesper Dahlback and Soulwax have contributed their production skills. Besides the well-known You Gonna Want Me, Louder Than A Bomb and Pleasure From The Bass, there is little on offer here. In particular, I enjoyed 3 Weeks, which features an engaging distorted electro sample, and I expect a single with remixes of this track. Definitely one of the best in the album. Other noteworthy tracks are High School, Good As Gold, (Far From) Home (The Speed Of Sexor Reprise) and Sir Sir Sir. One of the weaknesses of this album is that all the versions are short and some tracks, particularly the new ones, should have been extended. I also wanted to see Madame Hollywood, which is one of Tiga's best. Nevertheless a good collective effort by Tiga, but I understand why some fans were disappointed.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've been lucky enough to catch Tiga Djing in London recently and I was very expectant of an absolute classic, based on his remixes. Unfortunately having raised the bar so high, its a real shame he is let down by a couple of tracks. Highlights include High School, flexibleskulls and Pleasure from the Bass, but Ballad of Sexor is just plain strange and let down by some weak lyrics.
I'm debating whether to give this 3 or 4 stars, and my gut feeling is that it WOULD be 4 except he can do so much better! It's a teaser for what this guy can really do.
My advice? Get the album, listen out for highlights then catch him live. Definately worth the hour-long wait in the freezing cold!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H. R. Trigg on 15 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
From the man who brought us the stunning ‘sunglasses at night’, this is a pretty dull affair. With dull vocals, uninspired lyrics, and generally mid-tempo eletronica, this album is a great disappointment. The only track that stood out for me was the rap / electronic song ‘Louder than a Bomb’. And the 1st song, (Far From) Home’ has a chorus that is an absolute RIP-OFF of Electronics’ ‘Get the Message’… except its dull!
Sorry, but this is a disappointing bore…
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
They Listen To Good Music On Planet Sexor! 29 Jun. 2006
By LC - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you're expecting the usual DJ fare with Tiga's debut offer, don't hold your breath. This is funky and dancey, but is in no way a collection of your everyday club tunes. Much in line with his previous works and his arguably most famous electro-inspired "Sunglasses At Night" (a cover of Corey Hart's classic 80's hit), which was a result of his collaboration with Zyntherius, Sexor is very much in the same tune. This album is old school electro and analogue synth with a modern touch of 21st century sensibility. Naming the album after a place in his head he calls Sexor - where nothing goes wrong and everything goes your way - this album is an indulgent view into what goes on in the brilliant mind of Tiga.

`Welcome To Planet Sexor', the album greets us, in the album opener, "Welcome To Sexor", which is swiftly followed by "(Far From) Home which in all honesty is a dead ringer for Electronic's '94 masterpiece "Get The Message". Not a very strong way to start if you take into account that smash hit "You Gonna Want Me" could have easily been track number two, with its worldwide success... or the fact that there are many other songs to come on here that are as good or if not, even better. On the other hand, this is a good start if it makes you sit straight and listen, because from this second track (and the numerous covers he's dabbled with here and otherwise), it's pretty clear this guy's got great taste.

The 80s "(Far From) Home" is then followed by the more modern sounding "You Gonna Want Me" - which might be one of the most highly played tracks at clubs right now. Strong vocals from Scissor Sister's Jake Shears, simple loops and good beats keep this one tip-top, no matter how many times one hears it. Just downright excellent. "High School Jamaican Boa" which comes next measures up well and is a strong song to follow up its predecessor, extending the old school feel this time of Depeche Mode. Next, Madame Hollywood's "Louder Than A Bomb" which is given a minimal treatment from Tiga, is another great cover in this album, most definitely one of my favourites here as well.

Other standouts on Sexor are "Who's That?" and the brilliant cover of "Burning Down The House". The former got me fantically trying to follow the part where Tiga cheekily spells out something that goes V-I-C-K-I-V-A-L-E followed by the question of, `Who's that?'. The latter meanwhile is I would say a `robot sounds' inspired by Kraftwerk track. If not anything else, this one's the most interesting tracks on here.

All in all, Sexor is a pretty nice album from start to finish - simply because there's no denying Tiga is an extremely creative musician. Whether or not these tunes stand the test of time is one thing, but no one can criticize this Montreal-born DJ/producer for lack of originality in his approach to electronic music. Not one to do straight up DJ sets, there are a lot of acapellas and conscious rap here that eventually give fruit to results that impressively push the boundaries for other DJs. If you don't buy the fact that he is creative, the only other possibility to why Tiga makes the kind of music he does is because he's not human, but in fact a love alien from the planet Sexor, where imagination rules the nation and sexy lightning always strikes twice! It's up to you which one you want to believe in.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Discover Tiga today 18 April 2007
By Hankford - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you have never heard of Tiga, well, join the club, neither had I. This cd was actually given to a friend of mine, because of his resemblance to the titular dj. My friend wasn't interested so I took it home and put it on, and haven't taken it off since. I've converted lots of friends along the way, including the original guy who demanded it back!

Tiga is clever, and that is what seperates him from the pack. Tounge is in cheek as he takes you through Planet Sexor, a magical place where people can party in peace and freedom. he is funny, sexy and knows how to get your toe tapping. Pick this one up and give it a few spins. (Far From) Home is a knockout.
sexor 27 Mar. 2013
By Clay - Published on Amazon.com
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really enjoying this album, tiga is one of my favorite artists for this genre of music.........chaio is my favorite album though.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The new Marc Almond !! 25 April 2006
By Tin God - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is sophisticated , elegant pop from one of the best producers /DJS in the world...it all started with Corey hart?s Sunglasses at night and then, on hit after the other...if your body doesn?t move with "You gonna want me" then you?re probably dead. There are some fillers here too, but don?t bother, it?s definitely fun!! Great remixes check Digitalism?s mix for "Far from Home".
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Disposable 11 Aug. 2008
By S. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
This album is fun for about thirty minutes. There's no real song writing here, just generic beats and some production tricks. Disappointing.
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