Tin Tin (4) ‎– Kiss Me

WEA ‎– TIN 1
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM


A Kiss Me
B Love's Duet

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): TIN1 A2 F/1 W-L W-2 [lyre symbol]TOPIA
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): TIN1 B1 W-L W-1 [lyre symbol]TOPIA

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SAM 160T Tin Tin (4) Kiss Me(12", Promo) Sire SAM 160T UK 1984 Sell This Version
P-1776 Tin Tin (4) Kiss Me (U.S. Remix) (キッス・ミー)(7", Promo) WEA P-1776 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
X 9823T Tin Tin (4) Kiss Me (U.S. Remix)(12") WEA X 9823T UK 1984 Sell This Version
X9823T Tin Tin (4) Kiss Me (U.S. Remix)(12") WEA X9823T UK 1984 Sell This Version
24.9822-0 Tin Tin (4) Kiss Me(12", Maxi) WEA 24.9822-0 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version



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February 27, 2004
If you're keeping up with my reviews, you've probably noticed I put a slight emphasis on innovators and originators. This track falls well within the limits of innovators. It's dark, it's dancy, it's a little goth, most of all, it's good! Now, that's excluding the slightly whiny and somewhat "femmey" vocals, but that was the style du jour in the early to mid 1980s. Any way you slice it, this track was one of the early pioneers of the "techno sound". And thanks to American radio, I never heard it until about 1993, when a local radio program director/DJ from England started playing it regularly. I guess MTV and mainstream radio felt that we were happy enough with Hall and Oates and Def Leppard in 1983 when this track was produced and released. Better late than never, though. When I heard it, I knew immediately it was relevent to the techno underworld. I still like it now and have a 12" single featuring the 1983 and 1985 mixes and would play it at any techno event. Kiss me - and listen to this song.