- Summary: Born in France and now residing in Berlin, Miss Kittin (aka Caroline Herve) has provided vocals for a variety of electronica producers, including Felix Da Housecat and The Hacker. Here, she works with producers Tobi Neumann and Thies Mynther.
- Record Label: Astralwerks
- Genre(s): Electronic
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MojoCruel, sexy and offhand by turns. [Jun 2004, p.114]
FilterApart from the live instrumentation, what stands out the most is Kittin's treatment of the synth as something more than aural shellac. [#10, p.92]
lisasNov 4, 2004Get your groooooove on!
DouglasUDec 25, 2005Miss Kittin is AWESOME!!!!
zorro.ZigSep 10, 2004The songs on the album get better and better the more you listen to them. Sure, it cannot re-create the atmosphere of a 2hr+ Miss Kittin live The songs on the album get better and better the more you listen to them. Sure, it cannot re-create the atmosphere of a 2hr+ Miss Kittin live set, but it's a great album in it's own right.… Expand
PeterBJun 10, 2004The production is great, and it's great driving music, but she needs to stop using her personal life as a source for lyrics.
PatTAug 18, 2004I really liked her work with the Hacker and Felix the Housecat, and I loved her RadioCaroline CD. This, however, is a major disappointment. I really liked her work with the Hacker and Felix the Housecat, and I loved her RadioCaroline CD. This, however, is a major disappointment. It?s disjointed, boring, and never adds up to much. It?s too self-conscious, and she seems to spend a lot of the album lamenting her celebrity, but really, I just don?t care. There are two or three good tracks, especially those produced by the Hacker, but the rest is mediocre. Electroclash is over, the glitz and glamour are old hat, and it?s hard to make a career out of speaking accented English.… Expand
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