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Album Review

No one can deny the importance of Kittenz and Thee Glitz as a breakout record for Felix Stallings Jr. He had been kicking around since the late '80s, polishing his substantial underground cred, until spin-off singles like "Silver Screen Shower Scene" and "Madame Hollywood" aligned just so with the height of the self-conscious fashionista timewarp fad known as electroclash. At one point, Felix's mug could be seen in most American music magazines — a baffling development to readers aware of the producer/DJ's past and the dance-phobic tendencies of those publications. Kittenz and Thee Glitz's sharp, hyper-melodic, song-driven nature helped steer some young indie rockers to "the other side" — a side that can be tough to cross when the appeal of chugging guitars is much greater than that of thumping machine beats. Devin Dazzle & the Neon Fever, the proper follow-up (after a pair of intervening mix albums), might actually bring some young dance freaks over to the rock world, since it relies heavily on the jagged guitars, rubbery basslines, and candy-coated choruses of new wave. One thing that has remained constant is Felix's predilection for concept records that play out like B-movie soundtracks; basically, the protagonist (Devin Dazzle) gets swallowed up by the nightlife and all the alluring sleaze that comes with it, and he crosses paths with a group of females (the Neon Fever) who get off on titillating and maiming helpless victims. A handful of collaborators help out on the instrumental and vocal ends, making the record seem a lot less like the work of one solitary producer. Even without considering the theme, it's a fully realized record — it's of that rare breed in which the least exciting tracks at least help carry the listener along. If label executives of 1982 were brought to the present day, they'd hear at least six singles here. Cap the whole thing off with a finale that would make any Italo-disco producer proud, and you have a third successive Stallings full-length that tickles all the pleasure receptors.

Customer Reviews


Amazing album. Ready 2 Wear is a must buy! it will always be on repeat. Trust.

Dazzling. My fave.

One of my favorite albums of all time. Devin, you pervert ...

Hti and miss, but some gems

I bought the album based on Devin Dazzle Theme alone. What a track. Thematic and attention grabbing. Romantique is a nice Princey track, which is a little too short and left me wanting more. Ready To Wear is the ovbious standout from the whole album however. With a chorus from DeBarge's "You Wear It Well" it fits right in. As a whole I was left wondering if the album could have had less tracks to make it more endearing.


Born: 1972 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Second-wave Chicago house impresario Felix da Housecat entered the elite via his recordings (as himself, Thee Maddkatt Courtship, Aphrohead, and Sharkimaxx) as well as his ownership of Radikal Fear Records, one of the premier Chicago labels of the 1990s. An introduction to Chicago legend DJ Pierre during the mid-'80s gave the 15-year-old Felix Stallings, Jr. the kickstart he wanted, and with some help from Pierre, he produced his first single, "Phantasy Girl," in 1987. His parents discouraged his...
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