King Khan & The Shrines - The Supreme Genius Of download mp3 album
A few years later, while in Germany Khan formed "psychedelic soul big band" the Sensational Shrines. If you're a newcomer to their cracked vintage universe, The Supreme Genius of should be an excellent introduction, the band as they currently want the world to see them. If you arrived with What Is?!, this one might not get as many spins, but it'll still provide important context and a couple of tracks you probably hadn't heard.
Vice Records, the musical offshoot of the hilariously snarky Vice Magazine, compiles the best tracks from King Khan & the Shrines' career, piling together 16 of the boys' greasiest platters for The Supreme Genius of King Khan & the Shrines. Vice could be considered the perfect holding cell for the smirking Khan (often pictured in less than pants), whose image relies on tongue-in-cheek sexiness and whose lyrics revel in perverse humor. 1 Torture King Khan & the Shrines 3:6.
Studio album by King Khan and the Shrines. King Khan and the Shrines chronology. What Is?! (2007)What Is?!2007. The Supreme Genius of King Khan and the Shrines (2008). What Is?! (Reissue, 2009)What Is?!String Module Error: Match not found.
Album The Supreme Genius of King Khan and the Shrines. In the midnight hour I can hear your voice When you call my name now, child I really have no choice I'm come crawling to ya You like to put me in place Oh now I'm under your spell now, baby With no hopeful escape Oh baby the way you torture me so fine Let's do it one more time. Your love is like Torture bay! (Torture!) More on Genius. The Supreme Genius of King Khan and the Shrines King Khan & The Shrines.
0. More albums from King Khan & The Shrines. Three Hairs and You're Mine.
King Khan, a Montrealer named Arish, and his band the Shrines, who have a penchant for Bollywood glamour and seriously danceable garage rock and soul, finally get a formal British release with this ace, modestly titled compilation. Subtle Khan and his sprawling band are not, but tunes such as the antic Torture, the funky, overloaded Burnin’ Inside and the fumbling romance of Welfare Bread have real charm. Effectively a souvenir of a good night out, this is also a pretty impressive advertisement for someone who deserves more recognition. Vice, TMS £. 9, call 328).
On the one hand, the hour-long album, a compendium of 16 highlights from King Khan and the Shrines’ discography, is full of upbeat garage-rock jams, from the groovy Sweet Touch to the swinging Outta Harms Way. But the album lasts way too long, especially considering how most garage-rock romps burn out after a half-hour. And King Khan, a confident, swaggering frontman, has a thin, hiccupping voice that often fails him. When he tackles Fool Like Me, he tries to work the ballad like Mick Jagger would have interpreted a great rhythm and blues number.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
|2||Took My Lady To Dinner||3:20|
|3||Outta Harms Way||3:13|
|4||Land Of The Freak|
|5||Fool Like Me|
|6||I Wanna Be A Girl||2:34|
|9||Shivers Down My Spine||4:10|
|12||Live Fast Die Strong||2:56|
|15||Que Lindo Sueno||3:45|
- Sleeve Notes – Jared Swilley
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