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Artist: King's X

Title: Black Like Sunday

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King's X Black Like Sunday Album Cover


Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Metal Blade

Catalog Number: 14439


Ty Tabor vocals, guitars
Doug Pinnick bass, vocals
Jerry Gaskill drums, vocals


1.  Won't Turn Back  3:32
2.  Johnny  3:31
3.  Finished  3:24
4.  Save Us  3:49
5.  Bad Luck  2:53
6.  Screamer  4:08
7.  Working Man  4:22
8.  Danger Zone  3:27
9.  Rock Pile  4:27
10.  Dreams  2:36
11.  Two  2:49
12.  Down  3:43
13.  Black Like Sunday  11:36
14.  You're The Only One  2:15
Total Running Time:  56:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: August 18, 2003 at 19:42
This music has a tension and aura that I really like. It is loud and brash but in the same instance beautiful and striking. You have to have a strong leaning towards metal and prog to dig this music for what it is worth. This band is one of the most talented today and for some reason they have never broke it big like they should have.

From: thelostdj Date: August 19, 2003 at 0:13
King's X...what a band. One of the most highly respected among thier musical peers. I was, however, a little dissapointed in thier latest offering...except for a couple of tunes it just didn't hit me in the "yeah!" spot like thier stuff usually does. Btw...had the pleasure of speaking with Robert Plant and his new band last Wednesday....Robert is an amazing guy. His show here in Kiev was nothing short of awesome...honestly, we were "stunned".

From: Strang. Date: July 2, 2004 at 10:49
I was very lucky indeed to have seen them 6 times. The last was on the Faith, Hope, Love tous in Nottingham (England.) It still remains the best concert of my life. It out shone Rush, White Sister and Kansas which I was able to get to. They have a beautiful dynamic. It was all made special by the fact that non of the band displayed any sence of ego during all the shows. The best live performances I have ever been privy to.

From: Kryiis Karl Date: November 4, 2004 at 13:40
Surprisingly the songs recorded on this release are old material, prior to their first release !!! All the songs were written 16 years or more ago... King's X is very special and unique. Great news of double live CD is now for sale...so long awaited live recording. Thought Doug Pinnick intended to wait to celebrate his 60th birthday to offer the fans a live recording (should have then waited about 5 more years). this band really deserves support from all music lovers. Over my head I hear Pinnick

From: Vaughn Date: February 13, 2005 at 2:06
Nile Rodgers was quoted as saying... "King's X is ridiculous." Rest assured, he meant it in a good way. This is one of the greatest bands to ever come along and if you haven't listened to them, you have truly missed out on something special. Three top notch players, writing incredible songs. Deep, meaningful lyrics. Soulful vocals. Amazing harmonies. This band has it all. I've seen them a bunch of times and I'm still blown away. Highly respected, but never as successful as they should've been.

From: sluss528 Date: April 7, 2006 at 14:27
were the hell is the new kings x cd at! put it on here so we can review it. i live out here in h- town houston tx. the home of kings x and just want to let you kings x freaks know that ty tabor has a solo cd before moon flower lane called naomi's solar pumkin.it has 5 tracks that are on nothing he has done and 5 tracks from mf lane. the tracks from mf lane ty plays all instruments. the production and mixing is by ty and the songs sound better here than on mf lane! the cd goes for 50.00 on e bay

From: sluss528 Date: April 7, 2006 at 14:31
cont' and is getting very hard to find. got mine about 4 months ago for 40.00 and was lucky as hell! if anybody wants more info. you can e mail at sluss528@yahoo.com long live the king! see ya!

From: hair metal again Date: January 21, 2014 at 9:02
very good release of songs that were written back in the day and finally got to the surface!the musicianship ,the sound,the harmony vocals,the riffs are all present again ,but i d love them to have a more commercial edge!anyway if you like KING S X you l like this very much!good stuff!

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