Download Kings X - A Box (CD)
Label: Atlantic - 7567-85509-2 • Format: CD Maxi-Single • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Prog Rock


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8 Replies to “ Kings X - A Box (CD) ”

  1. King s X continues to be one of the most consistent and hard working American bands of all time. Dig this; 10 studio albums (w/a new release coming this year), 1 Greatest Hits album, 1 Double Live album, plus 11 additional albums in the form of side and solo projects. On top of that the band has been on the road for what seems like decades/5(3).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Box on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: CD Maxi-Single • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Prog Rock4/5(3).
  3. The 58 second Go To Hell is ferocious. It would not be wise to believe King's X stopped after their major label exit. "Ear Candy" (rather mysteriously left out of this box set, as it was their last album on a major) remains my favourite King's X album. "Tapehead" (their first album on an independent) in is also an absolute gem/5().
  4. 15 rows · Find King's X discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Critically respected .
  5. In the early ’s, KING’S X released three studio albums and their first official live album via Metal Blade Records. In , the band signed to German-based progressive music specialty label, InsideOut Music, and released Ogre Tones, an album described as a .
  6. Jun 25,  · It will be King’s X’s first studio album in more than a decade. Yes. It’s been 11 years since XV (InsideOut Records, ). King’s X were once prolific. Why has it taken so long to create new music? A lot of things happened during the last decade. I died a couple of times, which delayed things.

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