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By their third album, 2009’s Invisible Girl, this loopy Canadian duo had mastered both their grinning retro vibe and rough-hewn garage-pop nuggets. The tunefully frazzled title track finds the pair overlapping lead vocals with obvious affection, while Do the Chop swerves into wagging surf licks and the Kinks-meets-Ramones Truth or Dare revisits the lo-fi lurch and crunch of their earliest material. More to the point, Spin the Bottle fulfils its fantasy of sounding like it’s being beamed directly from a ’50s sock hop. Invisible Girl The King Khan & BBQ Show.
Invisible Girl is just a little less raw than 2006's What's for Dinner?, but the margin's pretty slim - Khan and Sultan are still churning out wound-up 21st century variations on classic soul, blues, and rock & roll themes, and letting their guitars wail (and BBQ's feet beat out a rhythm) while they wrap their voices around. Invisible Girl is no-frills rhythm & blues and rock & roll done right, and the King Khan and BBQ Show get on the good foot with a mixture of sincerity and wailing abandon most of their contemporaries can't match; if this moves a little slower than their previous efforts, they're still crossing the finish line way ahead of the pack.
Both Khan and Sultan are as good as anybody at brushing 40-odd years of dust off old Nuggets tropes; since their last meeting on wax, 2006's What's For Dinner?, Khan and his Shrines and Sultan by his lonesome have each crafted one heck of a snarling platter of 1960s-indebted rock'n'roll. But there was also the recent debacle from the Almighty Defenders, an "evil gospel" supergroup featuring Khan, Sultan, and the Black Lips that boasted of its quick conception while failing to address how slapdash the end product felt. It's easy to see why they were confident.
Tracklist: 1. Anala, 2. Invisible Girl, 3. Tastebuds, 4. Animal Party, 5. Spin The Bottle, 6. Third Ave, 7. I’ll Be Loving You, 8. Truth Or Dare, 9. Crystal Ball, 10. Lonely Boy, 11. Tryin’, 12. Do The Chop. More albums from The King Khan & BBQ Show: The King Khan & BBQ Show by The King Khan & BBQ Show. Bad News Boys by The King Khan & BBQ Show. What’s For Dinner? by The King Khan & BBQ Show. View all albums . Invisible Girl.
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Listen to music from The King Khan & BBQ Show like I’ll Be Loving You, Love You So & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The King Khan & BBQ Show. The King Khan & BBQ Show are a Canadian Garage rock duo from Montreal, Quebec that originally existed from roughly 2002 up until an incident at the group's massive Sydney Opera House show in early-June, 2010. The band was comprised of former The Spaceshits bandmates Mark Sultan and Blacksnake, but included live drummer/organist Leo Chips for a short spurt of shows on the 2009 Invisible Girl .