CONFUSE THE CAT BIO Confuse The Cat beheld the white stage lights in 2002, the same year The Back Street Boys split. In truth a blessed year in music. Their first album Kiss Kiss Kissinger still being bedroom pop, their second album pushed the band towards a more optimistic big-city-sound with impressive drums and old-fashioned electronics. Gradually Confuse The Cat worked at their popularity, with the hit ‘Akela’ (from their third album ‘We can do it’) being a major culmination point, camping out on Studio Brussels’s play list for months on end.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Koi - (3:55) - 26 plays
- Get The Bullets - (4:06) - 34 plays
- Akela - (4:04) - 18 plays
- Devil's Right Hand - (3:25) - 8 plays
- Shockwaves - (3:23) - 8 plays
- Expert - (2:38) - 6 plays
- Paul's Eyes - (3:34) - 5 plays
- The Deepest Blue - (8:03) - 6 plays
- Senkrecht Waagerecht - (3:16) - 5 plays
- Akela (styrofoam remix) - (3:41) - 5 plays
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