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Mistress Stephanie and Her Melodic Cat | Take That!

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Take That!

by Mistress Stephanie and Her Melodic Cat

Sado-Vaudevillian Rock.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Weimar
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2. Get Off My Chest
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3. Shake Your Dance Stick
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4. Too Hard
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5. Heaven
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6. I Hate Cabaret
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7. Awfully Confusing
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8. Grey
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9. Little Death
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10. Down Boy
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11. Johnny Gewurztraminer
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12. You Say You Love Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Initially a cabaret act influenced by Weimar Republic Berlin, Mistress Stephanie and her Melodic Cat soon expanded into what one critic calls “Sado-vaudevillian punk.” Their diverse sound combines everything from classical music to classic rock, performed with outrageous style and irreverent humor that touches on half a century’s worth of history.

Their debut CD, Take That! (Pressing Records) ranges along the German countryside from Marlene Deitrich to Kraftwerk, then crosses the border into Eurotrash dance, punk rock theater, and even Texas swing. The CD’s dozen songs attack everything from synth pop to polka, without fraying the strands from Mistress Stephanie’s proud whip. The CD’s sound is brought to life in the band’s always memorable stage shows—in which the brazen Mistress humors and challenges the audience, while her “Kitty” contrasts with sneering insouciance and manic guitar slinging.

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