1999 (Cassius album)

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Studio album by Cassius
Released January 25, 1999 (1999-01-25)
Recorded 1998
Genre House
Label Virgin
Producer Philippe Zdar
Boom Bass
Cassius chronology
Au Rêve
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (4.8/10)[2]

1999 is the debut album released by French electronic duo Cassius. It was released in early 1999 on Virgin Records. The album was written and produced by Cassius members Phillippe Zdar and Boom Bass and received favorable reviews from music critics upon its release.

1999 contained several singles which charted on the UK Singles Chart, including "Cassius 99" and "Feeling for You", both of which hit the Top 10 on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Cassius, except where samples are used, as indicated, except where noted. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cassius 1999" (Contains a sample of "(If It) Hurts Just A Little" by Donna Summer)   3:45
2. "Feeling for You" (Contains a sample of "All This Love That I'm Giving" by Gwen McCrae) Boom Bass, Zdar, Burden, Williams, Wright 4:37
3. "Crazy Legs" (Contains a sample of "B-Boys Beware" by Two Sisters)   4:06
4. "La Mouche" (Contains a sample of "Thousand Finger Man" by Candido)   4:40
5. "Chase"     1:58
6. "Foxxy" (Contains a sample of "Foxy Brown Theme" by Willie Hutch) Boom Bass, Zdar, Hutch 6:07
7. "Planetz" (Contains a sample of "The Planets Of Life" by The Whispers)   2:46
8. "Hey Babe"     4:24
9. "Mister Eveready" (Contains a sample of "Ghetto Heaven" by The Family Stand)   6:06
10. "Nulife" (Contains a sample of "Precious Woman" by Dynamic Corvettes) Boom Bass, Zdar, Richards, Haggatt, Siders, Brown, Jones 6:31
11. "Interlude"     1:22
12. "Somebody" (Contains a sample of "Dwcyk" by Gang Starr feat. Nice & Smooth)   4:55
13. "Club Soixante Quinze"     5:21
14. "Supa Crush"     4:43
15. "Invisible"     1:09
16. "Cassius 99 Remix" (radio edit)   3:32


  1. ^ "1999 Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved 4 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "1999 Review". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 4 May 2011.