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King's X

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  • Audio CD (10 Mar. 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000002ITI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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The King's produce what must surely be their best collection of work, Gretchen and Dogman coming in to Ty (tie) up the Holy Trinity (Faith Hope Love, Out of the Silient Planet, Ear Candy also all great albums!)
This album, their fourth, released in '92, has, in my opinion, their best body of work created. I've been re-igniting my love for them recently, and having gone through the albums, OOTSP, Gretchen, FHL, and the following release after King's X, Dogman, I've come to the decision that this is the one that completely knocked me off my feet.
From the awesome opener 'World around me', with Ty's spiralling riff, and Doug's usual great vocals, a song that instantly gives the album a fierce kick, to the mesmerizingly tingly finisher 'Silent Wind', this album has it all. Anthemic tunes, pounding riffs, outstanding solos, arpeggio riffs that even Alex Lifeson would die for! excellent joint harmonies, and a superb vocal performance from Dug.
People often don't realise that Ty Tabor down-tuned and almost accidently created Korn! lol. Ok, Maybe not true, but they definitely must be one of the first of their kind. Alice in Chains anyone?
I really can't praise this album enough. It took all that was great from the previous 3 albums, and moulded a faultless production for the fourth, without a single dull track.
After 'The World Around Me', opening the album with a intricate signature chord change from Ty, through to a freight train riff, and then onto Prisoner, a punchy riff orientated rock number, one of there best penned tunes.
The Big Picture has a hefty weight to it with a huge chorus built around crunching chords, and Dug viscerally soaring through fuzzy vocals. It's also one of King's X's country rock touches in the way of verse melody.
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This is Kings X fourth album and for me it's one of the best. I bought it initially when it came out but then mislaid my copy so had to buy it again and it is as musically relevant now as it was when it came out in the 90s. Every song is brilliantly executed and put together. For me, this album and Gretchen are the 2 must have albums for any music fan. I would put both those albums up against Led Zep 4 and Deep Purple In Rock as must have albums for any rock music fan
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King's X started to assume more control on their sound by the release of the trio's 4th album, and no coincidence it is self titled. Noticeably darker than the albums before, but still containing the wonderful ingredients that made up this brilliant band's sound. Opener The World Around Me was the heaviest thing they had recorded (up to that point) Prisoner & Lost In Germany were stunning melodic rock songs with piercing guitar solos by the Ty Tabor. Doug Pinnick's soulful voice is used to great effect on Silent Wind & The Big Picture. The middle eastern vibe and Beatles-like chorus of Not Just For The Dead makes it one of King's X very finest songs. A strong, powerful album, but not quite their best.
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King's X hail from US Texas and the deep south who're easily the best rock band to ever arise from the country. They first burst on to the rock scene in the late 1980's with "Out of the silent planet & it's sister album Gretchen goes to Nebraska"; both I might add, very impressive and influential albums. The third album came in the form of "Faith Hope love" which continued the audacity and brought us to 1992 with their fourth self-titled effort:- simply titled - King's X. The album itself is quite rightly regarded as the ultimate solitude of excellently accomplished work, even if it is not quite as good as it's predecessors or indeed it's subsequent follow up album "Ear Candy".

As you would expect with king's X:- there is a wide assortment of heavy rock, softer esque's and ballads. The lead single of the album is "Black Flag" with an addictive riff and chorus; contrasted by the riff of "The world around me, Lost in Germany and the heavy OOH song" The other songs are streamlined King's X apart from the truly amazing masterpiece of "Dream in my life" with a beautifully engaging mid-piece... And so King's X is a mighty album indeed, it's not quite a five star album by their early career standards, but it is a sure overall winner for what's here, and what's here is definitely good. Recommended!
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This is a very amazing rock album, there are justmany styles in here, but it all comes together so well. It has so much melody, but it is so very heavy and groovy too like Black Sabbath with the best catchy tunes.It is proggressive in places, phychedelic in parts, very heavy in other parts. It is all there. This band are a truly hugely talented long lasting group, very original and gifted. This is jsut so great- thoughful, deep, fun, catchy, heavy, funky. Great record. Stunning.
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