Stock Exchange (song)
|Single by Miss Kittin & The Hacker|
|from the album First Album|
|Released||10 February 2003 (Germany)|
25 February 2003 (U.S.)
|Format||CD single, Vinyl|
|Label||International DeeJay Gigolo Records|
|Songwriter(s)||Caroline Hervé, Michel Amato|
|Miss Kittin singles chronology|
|"Stock Exchange" on Vimeo|
Writing and inspirationEdit
Lyrically, "Stock Exchange" deals with the life of a high end Wall Street businesslady. The lyrics support this, including how the men "touch her bum in the lift of the Empire State [building]". And also the lyrics, "Is it real this pink punk costume I wear? All the time to seduce Japanese 'hommes d'affaire' [English:businessmen]." She also has suicidal ideations as she sings that she is "dreaming of a hot bath, cutting my veins."
Mark Beaumont of NME said that Miss Kittin "monotones like a German robot Cheeky Girl over some nifty "Vice City" disco, prompting a moral debate on whether its possible to sexually assualt [sic] a lift tannoy system."
The music video for "Stock Exchange" was directed by Régis Brochier of 7th Floor Productions.
- "Stock Exchange (Original)" –
- "Stock Exchange (Adam Sky Remix)" –
|UK Singles Chart||118|
|UK Dance Singles Chart||14|
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