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Little Bitch is the third album by Tito & Tarantula, released in 2000. It was the band's first album not to feature bassist Jennifer Condos, and showed a major departure from their former style. Instead, they now incorporated the use of synthesizer , giving the music a much stronger pop-rock sound. In addition, they recruited the assistance of several female backing vocalists on most songs, instead of relying on the other band members to back up Tito Larriva's vocals. This musical element is something the band also featured on their next album, 2002's Andalucia, which featured bassist singing backing vocals on almost every song. The rest of the new elements featured on Little Bitch were mostly abandoned on Andalucia, which returned a sound more similar to that featured on the band's secon

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  • Dictionary example of a little bitch: Steve Neal. Little Bitch è il terzo album discografico del gruppo musicale di rock statunitense-messicano Tito & Tarantula, pubblicato dall'etichetta discografica Cockroach Records nell'agosto del 2000. Primo disco senza la bassista Jennifer Condos, che aveva lasciato il gruppo prima della registrazione dell'album per motivi personali.
  • Little Bitch – trzeci album studyjny, latynoskiej grupy rockowej - Tito & Tarantula, wydany w roku 2000. Album został nagrany w Glendale w stanie Kalifornia.
  • Little Bitch is the third album by Tito & Tarantula, released in 2000. It was the band's first album not to feature bassist Jennifer Condos, and showed a major departure from their former style. Instead, they now incorporated the use of synthesizer , giving the music a much stronger pop-rock sound. In addition, they recruited the assistance of several female backing vocalists on most songs, instead of relying on the other band members to back up Tito Larriva's vocals. This musical element is something the band also featured on their next album, 2002's Andalucia, which featured bassist singing backing vocals on almost every song. The rest of the new elements featured on Little Bitch were mostly abandoned on Andalucia, which returned a sound more similar to that featured on the band's secon
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