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Kitty Muffins

by Kitten On The Keys

Punky Cabaret tunes with a delightful twist. Kitten On the Keys is from San Francisco .Her piano hijinks and fun lyrics will tickle your funnybone and stir your nethers.Kitten has other CD's Available.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pony Girl (Ramsey)
1:17 $0.99
2. Rice Rocket Boy (Ramsey)
1:31 $0.99
3. SubMission
3:33 $0.99
4. Mr Buzzy Happiness (Ramsey)
2:08 $0.99
5. Bus Song (Ramsey)
3:28 $0.99
6. Kitty Muffins (Ramsey)
2:25 $0.99
7. Safety Pin Stuck In My Heart
2:11 $0.99
8. Grandma Sells My Panties (Ramsey)
2:28 $0.99
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Album Notes

Yes Kitty Muffins is Back in stock after a long can hear the spunky sounds of Mister Buzzy Happiness and MORE!


Firkeytoodlin' frisky feline, Suzanne Ramsey, aka Kitten On the Keys, serves up a mirthful smorgasboard of Punky Cabaret tunes that will stir your nethers and tickle your funnybone!

Inspired by a trip to Japan,
"Mr Buzzy Happiness" features a Hello Kitty Vibrator
solo and rascally toy piano playin'. Ahhhhh, enjoy your
kitty yes in-deed-ey!She'll charm your ears off with
her infectous giggles!

Dramatic remakes of The Sex Pistol's "Sub-Mission" and Patrick Fitzgerald's "Safety Pin Stuck In My Heart" are featured on "Kitty Muffins".

Excerpts from
Kitten's first CD of naughty Tin Pan Alley ditties
can be heard at the New York Museum of Sex's audio tour.
She revives madcap gems of yesteryear in elaborate productions with many of San Francisco's top Burlesque
and Vaudeville acts.

Kitten's burlesquin' and songbirdin' is mentioned in a recent article on Burlesque Music by Vern Stoltz in Cool and Strange Music Magazine! Other reviews of "Kitty Muffins" can be found in the SF Weekly, Cool and Strange Music, SF Spectrum, Star and Garter Magazine,Keyboard Magazine and the Spectator!'
She has performed live on Liberation Radio, KZSU Stanford,
WFMU, and caused a ruckus on Playboy Radio in October 2003.
The title track to this CD can be heard in the Super 8 Exploitation Flick , "Broad Daylight" by Victoria Renard and
John Micheal McCarthy.

Kitten's original ditties can be heard on the first
North American
Burlesque Tour... Burlesquefest! Look for her in Hollywood
October 10-12 2003 as the musical MC for the
3rd Annual Teaseorama
Burlesque Convention!

Kitten On the Keys won a SF Weekly Music Award in the New Genre/Beyond Catagory for her frisky antics and lively songsmithin'! Yipppeeee Doodle!

Kitten's third CD, "(It's Not) A Pretty Princess Day"
will be out Spring 2004! It includes 18 outrageous tracks that will be sure to tickle your funnybone and stir your nethers! Artwork by It is now AVAILABLE on CD BABY!

Kitten on the Keys has been on TV a few times in the past year-My Super Sweet 16 on MTV, and many MORE!

KItten on the Keys will return to France in 2007 as the PUNK ROCK BETTY BOOP! Http://



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itty bitty

I am glad I can buy this CD again! It was sold out for so long!

Hill and Dean

Having seen Kitten live twice in the past 7 months or so it is so much fun to hear these songs again. This is great! You come for the keyboards and stay for the vocals. Every time you listen to the lyrics you can't help but smile--sometimes even laugh out loud! All we are missing is "Pretty Princess Day." Hopefully next time? Thanks Kitten!

Ed Taylor

Kurt Weill meets Phyllis Diller.
I like the unusual version of Sub-Mission by the Sex Pistols.
I found this CD refreshingly fun and unique!
Kitten's piano playing is Kurt Weill meets Phyllis Diller.
Liberace would swoon straight for this goofy gal.