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Song: Song From The Kitty Kat Keller
Year: 2005
Lyrics by: Alan Moore
First known live performance:2005-08-25 - Casbah, San Diego, CA, United States
Last known live performance:2005-08-25 - Casbah, San Diego, CA, United States

Versions:
Song From The Kitty Kat Keller [Live]
Song From The Kitty Kat Keller - Missives From The Burning Stage version [Studio]
Song From The Kitty Kat Keller - w/ Ego Plum [Studio]

"The ?Overture? was realized by Ego Plum in 2005, the same year that he and I collaborated on ?Song From The Kitty Kat Keller?. The lyric to this is also taken from the ?V For Vendetta? graphic novel, the song is sung in a nightclub scene by Zoe the chanteuse. Originally I had intended to have a female vocal on the track, we recorded a demo with me singing and I liked the decadent effect so we went with that."
David J


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