Miss Kittin ‎– On The Road

Terminal M ‎– TERM 0103-2
CD, Compilation, Mixed

Companies, etc.



Miss Kittin's intro on track 1 and outro on track 17 are not listed on release.

Track 1.2: Alphabet City / Warner Chappell / House Of Dolls Publishing. (P) 2001 EastWest Records GmbH. Licensed from EastWest Records GmbH.
Track 2: Moonquake Music, Adm. by BMG / UFA Musikverlage / B. Reisig MV. (P) 1998 WEA Records / Warner Music Germany GmbH. Licensed from WEA Records, a division of Warner Music Germany GmbH.
Track 3: Copyright Control. Track has been taken from the Persuasive Percussion EP. Licensed from Teknotika Records.
Track 4: Sekence Edition. (P) 1998 GoodLife. Licensed from GoodLife.
Track 5: Copyright Control. Licensed from Killabite.
Track 6: Edition Gigolo / GEMA. Track taken from Vitalic - Poney EP (GIGOLO 69). Licensed from International Deejay Gigolo Records, Munich, Germany.
Track 7: Prime Music Publishing Ltd. (P) 2000 Primate Recording. Licensed from Primate Recordings c/o Prime Distribution.
Track 8: Trope Global Control / Warner / Chappell. Licensed from Wavescape / Trope Recordings Germany.
Track 9: Sherlock Holmes Music / Zeka Music (ASCAP). (P) 2001 City Rockers under exclusive licensing to WEA Records / Warner Music Germany GmbH. Licensed from WEA Records, a division of Warner Music Germany GmbH.
Track 10: Copyright Control. Licensed from Blueprint Records.
Track 11: Copyright Control. (P) 2001 SLS. Licensed from SLS c/o Primate Licensing.
Track 12: Copyright Control. Licensed from Rodz-Konez.
Track 13: Edition Gigolo. (P) 2001 Low Spirit Recordings. Licensed from BMG Ariola Hamburg GmbH.
Track 14: Laurent Garnier at the Wake Up Lab around Paris. Basic Groove Publishing. (P) & © 2000 F Communications. Licensed from PIAS Recordings GmbH.
Track 15: Plus 8 Music Europe / Nanada. (P) & © 1994 Nova Mute Records Ltd. Licensed from Nova Mute.
Track 16: Warp Music. (P) 2001 Warp Records Limited. Licensed from Zomba Records GmbH.
Track 17.1: Saas Fee. Taken from the album The Electronic Dreamplant*. (P) & © Saas Fee 2001. www.saasfee.de. Licensed from Saas Fee.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 01502 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0807297015027
  • Matrix / Runout: TERM 0103-2 P+O-54786-A2 11-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L962
  • ISRC (Track 1.2): DE-A61-01-01272
  • ISRC (Track 2): DE-A62-98-60840
  • ISRC (Track 6): DE-N40-01-06903
  • ISRC (Track 7): GB-DBL-00-00423
  • ISRC (Track 9): GB-EEQ-01-00018
  • ISRC (Track 13): DE-E19-01-00101
  • Label Code (Track 1.2): LC 01450
  • Label Code (Track 2): LC 06450
  • Label Code (Track 9): LC 03615
  • Label Code (Track 15): LC 5834
  • Rights Society (Track 6): GEMA
  • Rights Society (Track 9): ASCAP



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November 15, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

This is quite an interesting mix from Miss Kittin. It's definitely hard to take off rotation! And even listening to it nowadays (2005) it doesn't feel too outdated. Why is this? Well, I'm not really sure. But the CD's first few tracks start very strong. Really awesome in fact. Sure, it's techno, but it's not bad, dodgy techno. Yeah, I can imagine this mix would be the perfect way to kick off a big night out, such as when you're first at home getting ready, having drinks, or doing whatever else that crazy kids do these days.

Conclusion: Keep an ear out for a few classic tunes on this mix. The likes of Silver Screen, Frank Sinatra and other tracks, for example, really help to break up an otherwise instrumentally experimental mix that perhaps at times might sound a bit mental and all over the place (yeah, welcome to the world of Miss Kittin). I'd give this mix 4 out of 5 stars though. Well, that'd be four and a half stars if it was easier to type.