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Ed Kuepper King in the Kindness Room Solo LP

Discussion in 'Other downloads' started by 1xAntifa, Dec 23, 2019.

  1. 1xAntifa

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    king in the kindness room.zip

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    Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist Ed Kuepper co-founded and recorded with the punk band The Saints, the experimental post-punk group Laughing Clowns and the grunge-like The Aints. He has also recorded 17 commercially-released solo albums with a variety of backing bands as well as another 14 limited-release albums of live and broadcast performances. Ed Kuepper discography - Wikipedia

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    1. "Confession of a Window Cleaner" – 5:49
    2. "Pissed Off" – 3:09
    3. "Highway to Hell" (Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young) – 5:08
    4. "Messin' Pt. II" – 7:10
    5. "They Call Me Mr. Sexy (Love Theme from CCR vs the 3rd Reich)" – 9:01
    6. "Sundown" (Gordon Lightfoot) – 4:40
    7. "Space Pirate" – 4:27
    8. "The Diving Board" – 3:25
      • Recorded at Electric Avenue, Sydney, Australia in early 1995.
    Hot Records 1995
     


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    More from The Saints guitarist? I should give this a listen.
     
  3. 1xAntifa

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    It's one of his better solo efforts. He was prolific in the 90's, sometimes releasing two LP's in a year. As a result, some of them are patchy unfortunately. Honey Steel's Gold, Electric Storm, Today Wonder and Serene Machine are some of the better ones. I simply ran out of puff trying to keep up with them all.
     
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    That's understandable. A lot of good bands have a volume of releases so large it's hard to get them all and listen to them all in one setting. I used to be a big Bad Religion fan. I still enjoy them, but they have such a large output that I don't even bother to keep track anymore, and many will say you don't really need to hear anymore after Suffer.
     
  5. 1xAntifa

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    One has to be discerning, if only for financial reasons. I used to buy everything a band put out but there has to be a limit. Major line-up changes within a group tend to deter me these days and I tend to avoid reunion albums. Changes in musical direction can also matter as well.
     
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    That's understandable. Especially the point about musical direction. Line up changes is also a good point, but sometimes those changes can be for the better if the new member can prove their mettel.
     

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