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Spit Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics

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This is exactly what Tipper Gore feared. Expose your bored daughters to the toxic combination of heavy-metal death fantasies, punk-rock nihilism, violent rap misogyny, and fuck-me feminism, and Kittie is what you get. This band belies the notion that the only rock from Canada is either by hollow-voiced sirens or is over-intellectualized prog-rock. The fact that all of the band's members are still in high school is almost incidental, as Spit contains a maturity and insight, not to mention a musicianship, not usually ascribed to the under-21 set. Consider the lyrics to "Paperdoll," which addresses stereotypical images of women: "They try her on for size / She fits nice / One size fits all...." All four members are strong musicians, but special notice must be paid to lead singer Morgan Lander, who whispers kitten-soft one second and lets loose an ear-shattering howl the next. Kittie's aggressive, full-bore music, in the grand tradition of Babes in Toyland and L7, pulls no punches and makes no compromise. --Genevieve Williams


1. Spit
2. Charlotte
3. Suck
4. Do You Think I'm A Whore?
5. Brackish
6. Jonny
7. Trippin'
8. Raven
9. Get Off (You Can Eat A Dick)
10. Choke
11. Paperdoll
12. Immortal

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 11, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Indieblue Music
  • ASIN: B00001ZSYT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (226 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,485 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Listen up people, this is a great band! They rock harder thanHole at their hardest and they have good lyrics. This is a Canadian band and they're not getting any support in Canada. They'll only get support on Canadian rock radio if they're played in the U.S. Any metal fan will appreciate a girl band that goes where few females have gone before. Kittie deserve to be out there. Buy this CD and show some support for a great band!
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By David Baker on April 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Kittie coming straight out of.......nowhere just clawed the music scene with, yeah I was shocked too, talent. Rock music hasn't been doing much of anything lately but thankfully Kittie have arrived to, uh, rock! They may look gothic (can't blame them for good taste), but this isn't gothic music, though "Immortal" has a gothic touch to it. Indeed, this is more like Pantera than Bauhaus. The lead singer, Morgan, can go from feminine vocals to Philip Anselmo faster than my black cat could retract her claws (yeah, I know, these girls already have enough cat jokes). Mercedes is an amazing drummer and Fallon and Talena riff with the best of them. A very talented group at a very young age. The best songs are "Spit", "Charlotte", "Brackish" and "Paperdoll". At times these songs sound like the last but that's okay, if it isn't broke, don't fix it. These songs are harder than Marilyn Manson and Coal Chamber combined, they'd scare off those Hot Topic 'goth-metal' bozos that have been going around like the plague (and just like the plague, avoid that poseur stuff). This is a very strong debut, but I know their next CD will wipe out the compitition. I read how a lot of people say stuff like 'wow, chicks'. Remember, Britney Spears is a woman too, but she hasn't done anything important. Kittie are loud, dirty, explicit, angry fun. Seeing as this is metal, I can't think of a better compliment.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By "halo-fourteen" on June 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Metal. Usually it's from guys who have attitude problems and scream because they can't sing. Kittie. A heavy metal band (real metal too, none of this rap/metal stuff) that doesn't have any guys, has brains, and can sing. Imagine that. The lyrics are intelligent, the riffs are awesome, and you can't help but bang your head. The boys of Pantera would be proud. Unlike todays trend of throwing a bunch of musical genres into a pot and trying to pass it off as something new, this is pure metal. Well, the last two tracks aren't, but I'm getting to that. Metal like Pantera, Anthrax, and the younger Metallica. Screams, crunch, destroy. Yes, that type of metal. The first track "Spit" is amazing. Morgan's screams are enough to pop your ear-drums. But she also can sing better than Britney Spears. "Charlotte" is the best example of this. The softer "Paperdoll" too. "Suck" is great, my favorite part is the break in the song, then Morgan blows up. The drumming is powerful. Mercedes is one of the best drummers out right now. Just listen to "Brackish". "Jonny" is another great song. The riffs are awesomw. Pretty much any song shows that. The last song "Immortal" is a gothic instrumental. I really like it too, it sounds more like an intro, but that's besides the point. This is a classic metal album. Go get it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "source-man" on March 27, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I came across Kittie's cd at a Sound Shop store in the mall, where they had a listening station setup. They looked cool, so I figured, hey why not. After listening to random tracks, I must say I was very impressed. No one had really heard of the band yet, so I took got the album for a great price and have loved it ever since.
A little background: Kittie is in a group within the highly populated genre of hardcore. It's hard to put a creative dent in there with so much already having been done, but here's how they did it. First off, the band is what some call a "chic band." There's been very few solid all-girl hard groups in the past, and I feel Kittie has really set the standard for females in this respect. I can recall no other all female group rocking out as much as they do. Next, it's amazing that these girls can produce such a competitive album and have a contract through the rising Artemis records, and still be in high school! I doubt there's another highschool band at all that has achieved their level of success. My appraise goes to these precedents set by Kittie.
Now for the music: Instrumentally, Kittie is characterized by almost continuous screams and hard guitar riffs (an exception being "Paperdoll.") It'll surely get your head banging, but this technique gets rather old without a little variation. Going into some occasional slower "smart" ballads can give the listener a sense of depth and feeling in hard music. Lyrically, you'll find inward and outward directed anger and aggression. For "take out your pissedoffness on the screwed world" music, it's really nice, but a little insight and ingenuity would be nice.
Overall, Kittie has accomplished what no other artists have yet done. They're a proud addition to hardcore music. The debut album is hard, fast, and exciting, just needs a little creativity.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 8, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I'm glad to see a girl group that can rock with the boys if not better. We need more hardcore chicks. If you think they don't have the "balls" to rock with angst, you're wrong. Spit and Paperdoll remind me of a x between korn and hole. The whole thing reaks of taste. I think everyone should try this Badass girl band. The new L7!
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