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DJ-KICKS Import

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  • Audio CD (4 Aug. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B00007K217
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Radio Jolly (Adult. De-Funked Remix) - Jolly Music
  2. You're So Gansta (Playgroup Instrumental) - Chromeo
  3. Ich And Elaine (2raumwohnung Club Mix) - 2raumwohnung
  4. The Big Fake - Traffic Signs
  5. You (Vocal) - Tutto Matto
  6. Shemale (Black Strobe Remix) - Sir Drew
  7. Deceptacon (DFA RMX) - Le Tigre
  8. ...So - Soft Cell
  9. Dubby Disco - Antonelli Electr.
  10. Sacrifice - Break 3000
  11. Dying In Beaty - Tiga & Zyntherius
  12. Time Has Changed - Codec & Flexor
  13. Devices - Carol A. Finlow
  14. Rather Be - St. Plomb
  15. Shake a Leg - St. Plomb
  16. The Unconditional Discipline Of The Bastard Prince - Volga Select
  17. Lowrider - Off Pop
  18. Home Again - Mandy
  19. Mispent Years - Schatrax
  20. Man Hardina (DJ Kinks) - Tiga
  21. Ikea - Swayzak
  22. Bang Bang Lover (Dance Mix) - Charles Manier
  23. The Biggest Fan (Black Strobe Mix) - Martini Bros
  24. Madame Hollywood (Tiga's Mister Hollywood Version) - Tiga

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Product description

1 x CD Mixed
Germany 2003

1 - Radio Jolly (Adult. De-funked Remix) (2:24)
2 - You're So Gangsta (Playgroup Instrumental) (4:05)
3 - Ich Und Elaine (2raumwohnung Club Mix) (2:24)
4 - The Big Fake (1:40)
5 - Hot In Herre (3:37)
6 - You (Vocal) (1:40)
7 - Shemale (Black Strobe Remix) (3:11)
8 - Deceptacon (DFA RMX) (4:08)
9 - ...So (2:25)
10 - Dubby Disco (3:51)
11 - Sacrifice (3:53)
12 - Dying In Beauty (1:34)
13 - Time Has Changed (1:57)
14 - Devices (3:23)
15 - Rather Be (1:34)
16 - Shake A Leg (4:21)
17 - Unconditional Discipline Of The Bastard Prince (1:13)
18 - Lowrider (2:43)
19 - Home Again (3:12)
20 - Mispent Years (1:29)
21 - Man Hrdina (DJ Kicks) (2:43)
22 - Ikea (2:43)
23 - Bang Bang Lover (Dance Mix) (2:43)
24 - The Biggest Fan (Black Strobe Mix) (4:38)
25 - Madame Hollywood (Mister Hollywood Version) (6:48)

Amazon.co.uk

He might have made his name as one of the founding fathers of electroclash, but Montreal-based DJ Tiga's contribution to the DJ Kicks series proves he's got a range and talent to outlive the genre. Rather than choosing the obvious genre-defining tracks, he's hunted out some stellar remixers from the field of punk-funk and electro-pop: there's Adult twisting Jolly Music's "Radio Jolly" into a gothic pulse, DFA recasting Le Tigre as shrill disco maidens on "Deceptacon", and Trevor Jackson adopting his Playgroup guise to reinvent Chromeo's "You're So Gangsta" as a digital funk number, vibrating with stuttering electronic pin-drops, and splashed with a comfy burst of saxophone.

Tiga is, it had to be said, still one for the occasional 1980s fashion crime--resurrecting Stevie V's "Dirty Cash" for the new millennium is a thoroughly gruesome idea, and the very idea should be put wherever they put Flock of Seagulls. But he makes a remarkably good case for the rehabilitation of many of the hallmarks of the decade of excess: take Codec & Flexor's "Time Has Changed", for example, which revisits the mood of electronic melancholy once perfected by Depeche Mode but casts it within a thoroughly modern-sounding framework of glitchy futurism. --Louis Pattison

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classy. tiga draws on his depth of knowledge as a remixer to produce an interesting yet coherent mix of party tunes
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One of the best compillatons on the market. Downloaded it years ago and loved it so much that I decided to order a legal copy. Arrived in perfect condition.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars 17 reviews
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4.0 out of 5 stars if you've waited years for new new wave, we may not need you 18 Feb. 2003
By Scott Jeune - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Tiga creates the most engaging mix thus far in the kicks series, along with the campiest cover. What is there to say except that this installment of 'kicks' seems to be all out rather than chill out. Tiga's image and selections definitely borrows from "new wave" however, it is something the same yet different in that it also borrows from the current music scene (and hopefully for the masses it finds a spot in there of its own). Anyone who has bemoaned the death of electroclashorinsertyourownnameforithere will certainly have to rethink their opinions with this release.(Oh by the way take out the time for the Man Hrdrinas liner notes,they are hilarious!!!)
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Cool 16 Nov. 2010
By marriediimuzik - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I think Tiga is quirky and pretty cool. This cd is pretty good, some really good tracks and some I could live without.
5.0 out of 5 stars GOLD 12 Aug. 2003
By Metro Soul - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yea, if you don't like this well, i don't know whats wrong with you. This album is GOLD. I believe there is good music in every genre that most people can enjoy. I also believe this should be an example from the fantastic genre of electro and house. Elements of funk, breakbeat, disco with traces of trance and even a rock song spicing things up... and Tiga lays it all out seamlessly. Don't let all these tracks fool you, this album has a theme. Although i must say, if your the type who likes to scan thru an album and overplay a few tracks... thats not how albums were meant to be listened to, and esspecially not this album. You may need to adjust your technique for this baby.
However, it doesnt stop it from being an accessible album. There are some good records that Tiga plays across two or three tracks adding to the excellent mixing. With 24 tracks the mixing becomes so important and Tiga does it well. It creates an atmosphere that keeps you interested, but not overly focused on a particular moment.
A few tracks total under 2 minutes, they bring a great element to the mix, and offer excellent seamless transition. Tiga really dug underground for alot of this stuff, you can tell. It's not designed to be an overly commercial album, but it's still great. Go pick up an NSYNC album if thats a problem. Studio !K7 is ussually a pretty reliable label too. So, for all you house heads out there, this is for you. A must have in my opinion.
Man, quality dirty electro albums taste like candy. Eat this baby up.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The new nu-wave, stomping good electro-pop-punk 16 Mar. 2003
By R Diaz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There are few DJs with as refined a sound still slipping out of the spotlight as Tiga. Perhaps it's because he's Canadian. Or maybe it's the eyeliner. The Turbo records head honcho has scads of records and remixes under the belt from his own label, and, oh, just happened to whip up one of 2002's top ten CDs on American Gigolo by riffling through the International Deejay Gigolos back catalog.
Now he gets the call for the highly lauded DJ Kicks series, and it rocks, in a squirrelly, squelchy, heavy-bass kinda way, leaving last year's notion of cold electroclash way behind for the new nu-wave, stomping good electro-pop-punk. Connecting the saxophone (!) soloing Chromeo/Playgroup "You're So Gangsta" - ace record - to Tutto Matto's "You" (referencing Breeders "Cannonball"), with bleepy, synthy Sir Drew and Le Tigre's riotous attitude "Deceptacon" and slick instrumental via Soft Cell shows a marvelous ear for cutting records together.
Flowing to darker, seedier tunes on "Rather Be" from Crowdpleaser & St. Plomb to abstract examples of his own ("Man Hrdina") and Swayzak deepen the 24-track experience, climaxing with a personal statement on where this strain of music should go; Tiga's cover of Felix Da Housecat's "Madam Hollywood" removes Miss Kittin's aloof vocals for his own supple voice, an emotional reinterpretation that replaces kitsch with resonance, the lyrics (perhaps) a reflection on his life experiences.
Of course, Tiga hasn't gone Hollywood at all, though his efforts the past few years show he's already a star. Need further proof? Check out DJ Kicks, it will be one of 2003's five best albums.
5.0 out of 5 stars Tiga! 1 Jun. 2006
By Kurt Lennon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Since this album's release in 2003 (at the height of electroclash's influence), Tiga has been unable to follow it until some months ago, with his proper debut "Sexor". Needless to say, his installment of DJ Kicks is one of the most purely enjoyable of the lot. For 75 minutes, Tiga throws smoking pop songs, introspective slower jams, and sly winks right at your feet, giving you no chance but to dance for your life. The Amazon review says it best about his segues and song selections: they are a cut above the rest. Not only are they seamless, but they are also always unexpectedly great. Tiga clearly knows his stuff when it comes to mixing. Needless to say, of all my DJ Kicks selection (11 albums), this is easily top three quality, and definitely one to keep the party going.
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