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5.0 out of 5 stars Bye it before your DJ, 29 May 2004
This review is from: I Com (Audio CD)
The first time i heard of Miss Kittin, was when i heard First Album, with her and the Hacker. And i was pretty much taken by the different and mysterious sound of her voice.
Well, this is the first solo album with her, and together with Tobi Neumann and Thies Mynther she has released an album with a innovative and likeable(If you're a music fan) sound.
The first song 'Professional Distortion', an electro/rock combo that put most other would-be electro-rockers back in let's-learn-how-to-make-a-beat kindergarten, hits off the theme of her voice, that's a guideline throughout the entire album.
From the somewhat "aggresive" 'Requiem for a Hit' and 'Meet Sue Be She'(Try thinking that out loud and you get it), definitly floorfillers, to the more quiet and quite soothing 'Happy Valentine' and '3eme Sexy', that you can enjoy with the delight of sunday hangovers.
I can only find positive things for this album, so if you like miss kittin, it's a definite addition to your collection. If you're just into any kind of electro(Notice: Not techno), it's also a definite addition to your collection.
But just don't make the mistake to think that she's the new madonna, kylie whatever.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars buy buy buy now!!!!, 26 Aug 2008
This review is from: I Com (Audio CD)
This Album is incredible, with musical references from all over the place. Late seventies girl punk, german cabaret, early nineties house, trance and eighties electronica all thrown into the mix. But the sound that comes out is fresh and unique. I have only just discovered this record and I can't understand why every home doesn't own a copy. buy it now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Whats new pussycat?, 5 Aug 2004
This review is from: I Com (Audio CD)
This album isn't quite what I was expecting. In fact it was far better than I could have imagined. If you want to hear endless electroclash rehashs with cold deadpan vocals, look elsewhere. Ms Herve has stepped out of the shadow of her previous collaborators and created an album that references some of those previous styles but also takes it forward by emcompassing a broader mix of music, plus some proper singing!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Still cool for cats, 28 May 2004
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This review is from: I Com (Audio CD)
Two years on from the initial impact of electroclash - a scene built around a core of charismatic stars and a handful of great singles - the elite have announced the completion of their mission in 2004 with albums. Felix and Hell we know about; Tiga’s is to come in autumn. But The Artist Formerly Known As Caroline Herve has, as ‘I COM’ proves, harnessed the DIY spirit better than anyone. Having previously matched The Hacker’s synthetic pop with distinctive robo-style vocals, here Kittin finds her voice and sings rather sweetly on the kitsch pop of ‘Kiss Factory’ and several glitchy ballads, her version of Smash TV’s ‘Dub About Me’ proving particularly sublime. Fans of her ice-cool speaking voice won’t be disappointed either; indeed they should seek out ‘Soundtrack Of Now’ (recorded with The Hacker) and the killer booty bass of ‘Requiem For A Hit’.
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