Full list of albums by Kittie, including tracks, album cover photos and lyrics.

List of top 10 songs by Kittie. Full list of songs by Kittie including albums. Kittie Discography. Complete list of Kittie songs. Music by Kittie, including lyrics and music videos.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Brackish 2000 33,496
Charlotte 2000 53,997
Spit 2000 59,084
What I Always Wanted 1905 90,311
Paperdoll 2000 80,406
Run Like Hell 1905 91,128
Suck 2000 86,622
Into The Darkness 2004 80,828
Raven 2000 89,542
In Winter 1905 110,545
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)
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Kittie (stylized as KiTTiE) is an all-female Canadian alternative metal band formed in London, Ontario in 1996. Kittie rose to fame in 1999 following the release of the single "Brackish" from their gold-rated debut album Spit. Kittie's biggest selling album was 1999's "Spit" which sold 1,250,000 copies worldwide. Their 2001 sophomore follow up "Oracle" sold over 225,000 units in the US and 100,000 units internationally. 2004's "Until The End" sold over 75,000 units in the US. 2009's "In The Black" sold 15,000 units in the US. The bands E.P's sold moderately well without any major promotion. 2000's "Paperdoll" sold 100,000 units in the US, and 2002's "Safe" sold 25,000 units. The bands combined album sales in Canada have reached upwards of 60,000 units by 2012. The band had a string of MTV2, MTV and Fuse Network music video hits which included, "Brackish", "Charlotte", "What I Always Wanted", "Into The Darkness", "Cut Throat", "Sorrow I Know" and "Empires (Part II)". American Active Rock radio hits (all which charted within the Top 50 of the Radio & Records Active Rock chart) include "Brackish", "Charlotte", "What I Always Wanted", "Into The Darkness" and their biggest US hit single "Funeral For Yesterday". As of 2014 the band are temporarily on hiatus (although they have ideas and some demos), focusing on a 20th anniversary book and documentary set to be released in 2016, as well as pursuing other careers as a source of income. The band have released statements on their Facebook page confirming the desire to tour as soon as possible, although nothing is set in stone yet.


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Alternative metal
nu metal
melodic death metal
heavy metal
Genre Links
London, Ontario, Canada
Year(s) Active
1996 (1996)—present
Music Style
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