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Sour Cherry - The Kills - Midnight Boom (CD, Album)

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  1. The Kills also bring more feeling to Midnight Boom, which is just as crucial -- and arguably, more daring -- to the album's brilliance as is the band's newfound sonic adventurousness. "Getting Down"'s cheeky, hip-shaking, babbling nonsense brings the fun of the Kills' best singles to the fore, as does "Sour Cherry," which makes the hand-jive Price: $
  2. Lyrics to Sour Cherry by The Kills from the Midnight Boom album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. Later, "Bitter Fruit" feels like a weary response to Midnight Boom's "Sour Cherry" as Hince sings "I am the seed of a dead age" over stumbling guitars. Just how hard it can be to shake bad habits -- or people -- is one of the Kills' prime fixations, whether it's the way Mosshart makes die-hard commitment sound like a kind of rebellion on "Heart.
  4. Mar 18,  · Editors’ Notes Surprisingly, you have to dig to find a distorted guitar on Midnight Boom, the new album by duo The Kills who have built their career on fuzzy guitars and bluesy, brash, and sexy song neteamagzedetamiwinneredeto.coinfonced by early electronic-punk artists such as Suicide and Cabaret Voltaire, as well as "playground songs" from a s documentary about inner city .
  5. Midnight Boom is the Kills ' most consistent, varied, and inventive album yet, and proof that passion and creativity trump cool any day.
  6. Midnight Boom is a typically lean set of makeshift punk-blues characterised by Hince's raw, Nick Zinner-style guitar, and Alison's bad-attitude drawl: see the opening "U.R.A Fever", a beat-up call-and-response number reminiscent of Royal Trux than sees Hince and Mosshart swapping sour quips over loping bass and drum machine thud, while "Cheap.
  7. Last night, he welcomed The Kills back to the show to celebrate both the 10th anniversary of ’s Midnight Boom and their first Conan performance. And, .
  8. Alison just smiled to herself, acknowledging that yes, they were killing it, and yes, this song was about to blow our minds. Other crowd-pleasers included Midnight Boom tracks “Tape Song,” and “Sour Cherry,” which you can watch below (it features a stage-dive from the bassist of The Entrance Band).
  9. CD, Released by The Kills, in genre Rock & Pop, on 03/18/ More Info: The album is an offbeat, sexy, highly aggressive collection'"deceptively minimalist, groovy .

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