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Album Review: The King Khan and BBQ Show, "Invisible Girl" by

November 3rd, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments


What really differentiates King Khan and BBQ from their similar sounding lo-fi soul/garage punk nogoodnik bretheren (Black Lips mostly, but also Dirtbombs) is the surprising amount of heart and soul they have. The party numbers are raucous and catchy, but it’s those slow, doo-woppy romantic ones that’ll stay with ya.

Play all, but especially: 1, 2+++(this is what good music is), 4++(Silly!), 5, 6+++(gorgeous), 7++ (catchy), 9

BTW, if you like content like this, you might want to throw a little change to the organization that makes it possible. Hustle Week, our annual fundraising week, lasts until Sunday. Just wait till we get our money right…

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