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One Trick Pony

Kiddy Smile

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Kiddy Smile wants to bring house to the masses. While vintage house has come roaring back over the last few years, and twenty years have passed since French Touch conquered the charts, this totem of the ballroom scene and Parisian voguing makes no secret of his ambitions for this first album. After putting audiences on notice with 2016's Let A B!tch Know, Kiddy Smile, on the much-publicised label Defected, is aiming higher and brings in Robin S, Armand Van Helden and Mojo, his points of references for songs, aiming perhaps for a career like that of Sylvester, American gay icon who wrote the global hit You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) in 1978.


But that doesn't mean he's giving up on house, which forms the foundation of almost all the tracks on this album, in particular the vocal house of Ron Trent and Frankie Knuckles in particular, who sent the genre mainstream in the US of the 1990s, with their remixes of soul/pop hits. Can the model work in France? We'll see. But Kiddy Smile, assisted by Julien Galner of Château Marmont on production, brings all his talents to the table, like on Be Honest featuring Rouge Mary, a superbly soulful track, or One Trick Pony, produced by Boston Bun (Ed Banger), an alluring pop/R&B crossover. Two tracks with great potential, accompanied by club hits that are sure to fill dancefloors (House of God, Burn the House Down), and the single Dickmatized, which recalls the powers of the Italian fidget duo Crookers. All the elements of success are brought together here. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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1
Intro: Get Into Me
00:00:39

Kiddy Smile, MainArtist

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2
House of God
00:03:46

David Said, Composer - Nicolas Nekmouche, Composer - Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist

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3
Dickmatized
00:04:43

Crookers, MainArtist - Kiddy Smile, Composer, MainArtist - Fra, Composer

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4
Be Honest
00:04:18

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Julian Getreau, Composer - Christophe Legall, Composer

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5
Movin' on Now
00:04:15

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Jean Tonique, Composer

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6
Interlude 1: I Don't Need to Be "Legendary"
00:00:30

Kiddy Smile, MainArtist

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7
Slap My B*tt
00:06:10

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Christophe Legall, Composer

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8
Dark Knight
00:05:15

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Christophe Legall, Composer

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9
One Trick Pony
00:04:21

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Boston Bun, Composer

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10
Stuck in a Story Line
00:03:38

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Christophe Legall, Composer

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11
Interlude: It's Hard out There
00:01:00

Kiddy Smile, MainArtist

2018 Grand Musique Management 2018 Grand Musique Management

12
Burn the House Down
00:03:56

Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Boston Bun, Composer

2018 Grand Musique Management 2018 Grand Musique Management

13
That 1 Friend
00:03:31

Baxter, Composer - Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Julian Getreau, Composer

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14
Summer Rain
00:04:01

Baxter, Composer - Julien Galner, Composer - Kiddy Smile, MainArtist - Boston Bun, Composer - Julian Getreau, Composer

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Album Description

Kiddy Smile wants to bring house to the masses. While vintage house has come roaring back over the last few years, and twenty years have passed since French Touch conquered the charts, this totem of the ballroom scene and Parisian voguing makes no secret of his ambitions for this first album. After putting audiences on notice with 2016's Let A B!tch Know, Kiddy Smile, on the much-publicised label Defected, is aiming higher and brings in Robin S, Armand Van Helden and Mojo, his points of references for songs, aiming perhaps for a career like that of Sylvester, American gay icon who wrote the global hit You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) in 1978.


But that doesn't mean he's giving up on house, which forms the foundation of almost all the tracks on this album, in particular the vocal house of Ron Trent and Frankie Knuckles in particular, who sent the genre mainstream in the US of the 1990s, with their remixes of soul/pop hits. Can the model work in France? We'll see. But Kiddy Smile, assisted by Julien Galner of Château Marmont on production, brings all his talents to the table, like on Be Honest featuring Rouge Mary, a superbly soulful track, or One Trick Pony, produced by Boston Bun (Ed Banger), an alluring pop/R&B crossover. Two tracks with great potential, accompanied by club hits that are sure to fill dancefloors (House of God, Burn the House Down), and the single Dickmatized, which recalls the powers of the Italian fidget duo Crookers. All the elements of success are brought together here. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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