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Classic Album Review: Felix da Housecat | Kittenz and thee Glitz

The DJ-and-vocal team fuse bleep-and-thump electro-pop to icy, deadpan vocals.

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This came out in 2002 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):

 


He’s a little bit Human League; she’s a little bit Flying Lizards.

Together, they are Felix and Miss Kitten, a DJ-and-vocal team whose two great tastes taste great together on Chicago house impressario Felix’s latest CD Kittenz And Thee Glitz. While Felix’s grooves co-opt the solidly midtempo, bleep-and-thump mechanics of classic ’80s electro-pop to fashion his dancefloor-fillers like Walk With Me, Kitten’s icy-cool, deadpan vocals offer a breath of fresh air next to the usual diva hysterics. Don’t you want them, baby? After all, they’ve got all the glitz that fits.