David Carretta ‎– Kill Your Radio

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1 Hertz Anthem 1:48
2 Lovely Toy 5:38
3 Te Quiero Me Amor 5:12
4 Colors (Transmition Mix) 6:28
5 The Blue Box 8:00
6 Homep 5:21
7 Ta Liberté C'est Ca 7:41
8 Pop Et Synthetique 3:51
9 Kill Your Radio 6:12
10 Extreme Body 7:38
11 So Lonely 5:30
12 Vicious Game (Radio Edit) 3:39
13 The Rebirth 3:09

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© + ℗ 2004 INTERNATIONAL DEEJAY GIGOLO RECORDS

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  • Barcode: 6 61956 81552 2
  • Matrix / Runout: www.handlewithcare.de GIGOLO155 A406468-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9702

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GIGOLO 155, Gigolo 155 David Carretta Kill Your Radio(2x12", Album) International Deejay Gigolo Records, International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 155, Gigolo 155 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
GIGOLO 155 David Carretta Kill Your Radio(2xLP, Promo) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 155 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
GIGOLO 155 David Carretta Kill Your Radio(CD, Album, Promo, Car) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 155 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
GIGOLO155 David Carretta Kill Your Radio(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO155 Germany 2004

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 6, 2007

Some strong French techno from David Carretta on his second full-length for International DJ Gigolo Records, *Kill Your Radio*. And while the album's title might be onto something, I imagine it'd be quite a shock to hear a track like "Lovely Toy," with its electroclash leanings, pumping out of an FM station. But the heavy thump of "Te Quiero Me Amor" would probably be too much, even for the most progressive of stations. The pure funky darkness of "The Blue Box" would have most speakers spitting out black, while the slightly off-kilter synths and mysterious vocodered vocals on "Homer" keep the listen off-balance. "Ta Liberte C'est Ca" takes a lighter approach towards the end, which helps lead naturally into the peppy "Pop et Synthetique." Soon enough, however, the title track and "Extreme Body" get things kicking again. So even if you do end up killing your radio, at least you'll have found a worthy replacement for it.