Captioning rock and roll & roll’s most long lasting sounds, Bad Kitty’s tunes strengthen junctions of solid alternative rock and roll, consolidated with an overlying guitar section. Constructed in NY in 1996 by Kurt Beran, Kitty experienced several lineup adjustments before creating on your final clothing. Keith Rankin (acoustic guitar, keyboards), Lou Scaffidi (bass), and Randy Valtin (drums) guaranteed the NY crew’s primary core, while adding vocalists were completely being swapped. Pursuing Beran’s withdrawal and different female performers that never managed to get through, Rankin and Scaffidi began looking for a long term vocalist. Arriving after almost a year of extreme questing, Jamie Scandal’s vocal skill finally enraptured the music group, consequently finalizing Kitty’s lineup. After providing their first recording, Kitty Litter, a compilation reuniting a few of their first styles, Kitty disclosed the EP Kitty Porn, that strike the record shops in 2001.