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Fool You - Kings X - Live & Live Some More (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live & Live Some More Dallas ‘94 on Discogs. Label: Molken Music - MM • Format: 2x, CD Album • 5/5(3).
  2. You'll find a better friend Walk in the big parade Learn just what to say They will all try to fool you Don't believe anything I'm your everything They will all try to fool you Walk in the big parade Learn just what to say They will all try to fool you Don't believe anything I'm your everything They will all try to fool you .
  3. King's X discography and songs: Music profile for King's X, formed Genres: Hard Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock. Albums include Gretchen Goes to .
  4. Third album from King's X and a firm entry in the 90's! With their habitual producer Sam Taylor, the band decided to simplify their style leaving a bit the psychedelic and progressive elements of their (excellent) two previous albums, focusing more in the guitar riffs and commercial chorus and choirs which remind me to the equally great contemporaty band Extreme.
  5. Oct 21,  · The King's X trio of Pinnick on the bass, Tabor on the guitars, and Gaskill on the drums puts in a solid effort on "King's X." Recorded in '92 it's still listenable. To best describe King's X sound on this disc would be an amalgam of prog rock, a little bit of Faith No More, a little bit of Kansas-like vocals, and a whole lot of Christian.
  6. King's X - Shoes Lyrics: There can be but better ways from yesterdays to me Somewhere there are better days for better ways to be Sunny days have funny ways of quieting the roar Is it still a blessed thing to live and live some more? And I'm left wi.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live & Live Some More on Discogs. Label: Molken Music - MM • Format: 2x, CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock. King's X: Live & Live Some More Dallas ‘94 /5(2).
  8. Also appearing on the album (as well as live) is Mike McCready (Pearl Jam) on guitar. Jeff Ament reflects on the Tres Mts. project: "I first saw dUg Pinnick sing and play in with his band King's X at the Central Tavern. Three years later, I asked them to open some shows for .
  9. In , King's X signed to InsideOut Music, the label that had previously released some of Tabor's side lindrinsalongasttortudustsusongtranal.xyzinfo album Ogre Tones was released in September and was described by many as a return to a more "classic" King's X sound. It was produced by famed rock producer Michael Wagener (Dokken, Extreme, Stryper, White Lion, Skid Row) and recorded at Wageners Wire-World Studios in.

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