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PzychobitchAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (July 16, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: July 16, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: COP International
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,087,357 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Electrolicious
2. Gold Comfort
3. Stom Aus Fantasie
4. Go Pussy Go
5. Whisper
6. Eyes Off!
7. Pussy Gang
8. Lotus Eater
9. Maschinerie
10. Pzycho-Pop-Groove
11. Atem Heart
12. Method of Mêlée

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About the Band:
Pzychobitch is a German industrial band fronted by Sina Hubner, whom is also well known for her harder industrial side-project s.i.n.a. and her "trademark" less-than-red (my word for pink) hair. Originally founded in 1999, both of Sina's bands have risen in popularity, in what historically has been a male dominated music genre, making her one of the better known industrial musicians of the 2000s. While Pzychobitch has been described as being electropunk, it is essentially dance club friendly, fast-paced industrial music that is centered around Sina's strong and dynamic English or German vocals.

About the Album:
Released in 2006, Electrolicious is Pzychobitch's third full-length album and my favorite of their releases. The success of Sina's other project, s.i.n.a. seems to have rubbed off a bit on Pzychobitch, as this album has a much harder edge than their previous releases, though with its light and poppy tracks, Electrolicious still differs enough from her s.i.n.a. material that I'd classify this as an entirely different band.

I think Sina has grown a bit more as a musician, in that in addition to offering vocals similar to her previous works, her vocal range has expanded such that for some tracks she reminded me of the more sultry offerings from two other extremely talented female darkwave musicians: Karin from Collide ("Psycho-Pop-Groove") and Daemon of Waiting for God (on "Lotus Eater"). And then her laughing in tracks reminds me of the light-hearted approach used by fellow industrial artist Genevieve Pasquier.

Finally if I had to say what film or TV series that best fits this album, I'd answer Dark Angel.
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4.0 out of 5 stars great music if you want something different November 12, 2012
By Kim
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I don't listen to much radio music anymore. I get bored hearing the same music played over and over. I am a huge fan of Industrial/EBM music. Because of this, I would only recommend this band and album to other fans of this music. Normal people may not like it. Plus a good portion of the CD is in German. To me, it is a great CD!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good electro-industrial album! July 21, 2009
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If you like powerful and edy vocals, great female vocals, and electronic-industrial-rock then check this album out. The samples guve you a pretty good idea what this album sounds like, so if you enjoy those I recommend you buy this album!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Electroenjoyable November 10, 2008
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Every song is crafted with a creative spin, and with the inclusion of electronica, pop, and a sense of mischief which makes the whole cd a collection of enjoyable tunes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Electrolicious indeed May 26, 2007
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I am a new fan to Pzychobitch's music. I bought "Electrolicious" on a whim. I heard a few samples of the songs off this album and thought it was worth checking out. I have to admit that it took me several listens for the album to grow on me. The music was more electroclash ala Fischerspooner and Goldfrapp than industrial sounding. Songs like "Cold Comfort" sounded a bit too repetitive for my liking. I wasn't too wild about the beats either which did have some industrial elements. One of the few tracks that did stand out with me from the initial listen is the title track which was upbeat and infectious. After a few listens I have started to love the song "Strom aus Fantasie" mainly because I love hearing Sina sing in German. Initially I wasn't too wild about the beats and the melodies but over time I have warmed up to them. "Go P***y Go" reminded me lyrically of the classic Lords of Acid song "P***y", very humorous. The song is too repetitive and eventually the song loses its charm with me. "Electricious" isn't what I was expecting or hoping it would sound but I like it for most of the time.
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