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oh dear

Rubbish. What a let down

Ridiculously electronic

Tiga's first album a couple of years ago was a real precursor to the current electronic music rebirth and Ciao! follows along very much the same lines. Lots of dance beats that aren't quite danceable coupled with a lot of beeps and tweets interspersed with lyrics about love and life and...shoes. Is it Madonna? Who cares, Shoes is undoubtedly the strongest track on the album and getting the brilliantly bonkers video with this album a real bonus. Fun, fun, fun if you don't take it too seriously.

You've nothing left to lose Just take off your shoes

Amazing album. Highlights: Mind Dimension, Shoes, Beep-Beep-Beep & What you need.

Biography

Born: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based in Montreal, Tiga is a DJ/producer who has effectively worked the underground and the mainstream with his wry brand of campy electro and stark techno. Born in Montreal, Canada, Tiga's first exposure to his future came from touring the Goa area of India with his DJ father throughout the '80s. Following in his father's footsteps, Tiga began spinning in Montreal's cooler clubs in the early '90s, bringing the acid house sound to Canada. Seeing as how there weren't any events like the Goa parties...
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