KettelLook At This! Ha Ha Ha!

Label:Kracfive – kfat014cd!
Style:Leftfield, IDM, Experimental


1Reim Doesn't4:18
2Twinkle Twinkle That Is You4:00
3Give Apple To2:24
4Bird-Covered Lungs2:09
5Guru Lost Riddle4:45
6Philiphill Timee4:35
7Hero Max3:22

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A collection of songs recorded between 2001 and 1999. Made in Canada
© kracfive records 2003

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: [CDman logo] WWW.CDMAN.COM 02M85<1773>KFAT014CD
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L486
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8107

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Look At This! Ha Ha Ha! (12", EP)Kracfivekfat014-12"US2003
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Look At This! Ha Ha Ha! (7×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Not On Label (Kettel Self-released)noneNetherlandsUnknown


  • LoupNeige's avatar
    Edited 3 years ago
    I LOVE this creation. = )
    You've got all the fun, the sun, the green grass and the cute animals we are used to with Kettel..
    While "Through Friendly Waters" is a kind of spring thing, here it's definitely a summer adventure!
    Your best friends, your backpack, your water bottle in the hand, and let's go for a countryland excursion! You'll walk through peacefull meadows with "Twinkle Twinkle That Is You", you'll meet some cheerful and playful gnomes with "Give Apple To", and you'll even stop and have a rest in a farm with the ambiant track "Bird Covered Lungs" (you can actually hear a symphony of farm animals in this track). I love how the mysterious and pastoral synth/melody is contrasting with the naive animals shouting in the background. It's like walking in a farm and being suddenly conscious about the beauty of life. After this moment of melancholia, your trip will start again with the madness of "Guru Lost Riddle" and will calm down again with some classic bucolic Kettel tracks at the end.
    Even the artwork has got its part of genius : every characters and animals actually speak together (you can discover it at the bottom of the sleeve) and this collage forms a little story. So cool and different! It's like listening to a coherent tale, not just a collection of tracks (overmore, there's no real silence between the tracks. You'll always hear a bee or a bird singing between them. I love this).
    "Look At This! Ha Ha Ha!" is a perfect name for this album because it is Kettel in his most fun and sunny form. Definitely a must have.
    • mjb's avatar
      Edited 6 years ago
      "Hero Max" could nearly pass for an unreleased Plaid track.



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