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First Album
Miss Kittin, Hacker
First Album
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop, R&B
 
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The reigning queen of the new wave/electro revival, Miss Kittin's debut with partner-in-crime The Hacker, proves to be a Miss who is distinctive enough to take the 80's-influenced genre to innovative levels. Mixer Magaz...  more »

      
   
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All Artists: Miss Kittin, Hacker
Title: First Album
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Emperor Norton
Release Date: 3/19/2002
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop, R&B
Styles: Electronica, Techno, Europe, Continental Europe, Dance Pop, Vocal Pop, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 607217705225

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The reigning queen of the new wave/electro revival, Miss Kittin's debut with partner-in-crime The Hacker, proves to be a Miss who is distinctive enough to take the 80's-influenced genre to innovative levels. Mixer Magazine has included the artist in their top wrap up of 2002. Includes the infamous X-rated single 'Frank Sinatra' plus '1982'.

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Bit weak
J. Cox | OK USA | 01/04/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I got this based on the positive reviews and the price. I'm a big fan of Felix da Housecat's Kittenz and da glitz, so I thought I'd try this. I'm not that impressed. The music was simple and emotionless. Like it came from a $20 cassio keyboard...and nothing else. The tracks were ok but all about the same like listening to the same song over and over except for a brief pause of a french track. Oh well I'll keep it but it'll be at the bottom of my playlist."
You're only at the tip of Miss Kittin's iceberg.....
kittinlover | 03/29/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I only gave 3 stars because she has better stuff. I'm a DJ. Trance, house, break beats. Love GOA. Love Infected Mushroom. Love Miss Kittin. This album is okay for her first outing (and the style is unique in that her newer stuff isn't as out-of-the-basement sounding). I agree that the differential among all the songs isn't that wide. But if you like it at all, GET SOME NEW KITTIN. She's badass!!! I Com and Or are both great, but her mixing / spinning is the best. Mixing Me and On The Road are 2 of the best cds i've ever heard. (When she DJ's, not all the tracks are by her, but she knows how to use them) Get them!"
Kind of disappointed.
Amber LeClaire | Ocean View, Missouri United States | 02/10/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"i bought this because I was looking for something new, electronic, and fun. It's new (to me). It's electronic. It's fun, kind of. But there's a problem. All the songs are non-distinguishable from the others, in my eyes.

The only one that REALLY caught my attention is "Stock Exchange." It's pretty good... actually, it's really good. I even went out to my car in the snow to grab this CD to listen to JUST that song, oh, and to hear her say "You know frank sinatra? he's dead" I thoroughly enjoy that, even though it's stupid.

I don't know. I guess the reason why this didn't get two stars is because I almost see myself growing to really like this. Almost. I can see myself picking it up just to listen to "Stock Exchange," and then just listening to it in the background while I'm in the internet, and eventually I'll begin to NEED it. I love electronic music. Give it to me anyday over anything acoustic.

I don't know if this has helped much, but if you're reading all the glorious reviews claiming this is the best piece of music ever in the world you'll ever hear, and blah blah blah, just make sure you REALLY listen to the music samples, or something. think about it.

Ladytron is much better, and they're in the same musical vein."