In King's X you're talking about a band with uncompromising originality and creativity. King's X took elements from several different Rock sub genres and created something new and exciting.
Too new - too different. Radio guys didn't know what to make of them. Atlantic Records didn't know how to promote them.
But the band kept plugging along and released a string of phenomenal albums. They still put out albums every few years, but they aren't quite what they were from their mid 80's to mid 90's creative peak.
Here are some of their better songs...
I could go on for another 10 or 15 tracks and still only scratch the surface of just how great King's X was (and is still capable of being).
If you don't have any King's X in your collection I highly recommend picking up Dogman and Gretchen Goes to Nebraska asap.
Last Edit: Apr 9, 2011 2:58:37 GMT -5 by Erik Rupp