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Artist: KINGOFTHEHILL

Title: Unreleased

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: The Company Limited

Catalog Number: 12051

Personnel

Frankie Vocals
Jimmy Griffin Guitar
George Potsos Bass
Vito Bono Drums

Track listing below is correct
the track list on the CD itself is incorrect

Tracks

1.  What Kind Of Man  
2.  Save It For Yourself  
3.  What U See (Is What U Get)  
4.  Hands On U  
5.  Tonite  
6.  Just A Little Bit  
7.  Mama  
8.  Lisa  
9.  Better U  
10.  This Love is Free  
11.  United  
12.  Dream Segue  
13.  Allright  
14.  Damn  
15.  Is It My Body  
16.  Better U Acoustic  
17.  I Do U Remix  

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From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 25, 2006 at 14:04
Despite a sound that could be described as Poison-meets-Aerosmith, these guys were never kings of the melodic hard rock hill and faded away after their debut CD, meaning all the songs written for their sophomore album were left unreleased...until now. This picks up right where the debut left off, so any fan of the first will find plenty to appreciate here. Too many fillers pollute the 2nd half of the CD, but it's still good to see (and hear) these unreleased tracks turned into released tunes.

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 16:05
****************************Se dice que nunca es tarde, aunque pasen 14 años entre un disco y otro, pero KINGOFTHEHILL, si, se escribe todo junto y facilita dos segundos de tipeo, habian sacado un excelente album allá por el 91’ y les han quedado varias canciones en el tintero. La verdad es que hubiera querido patear sus traseros de haberse guardado este disco solo para ellos, porque a decada y media después, solo confirman que esta banda debio obtener mucho mas reconocimiento del que se le dio

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 16:06
en la mejor era de la historia del rock.Una cosa en la que no coincido con los ReyesdelaColina’ es que eligieron a “Save it for yourself” como hit el cual me recuerda a los Living Colour, mientras que “What U see(is what U get)”tiene mucha mas fuerza a mi ver, solo aprecien esa combinación de guitarra, batería y bajo.Si quieren rock and roll para la danza tienen a “Hands on you”,aunque en la variación que hacen dentro de este track como a los dos minutos 13 segundos da sabor a buen hair metal

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 16:07
Romanticos siglo XXI, no se desesperen, las discos ya no pasan lentos, pero si hacen una fiesta en casa, “Tonite” puede ser la canción que te de una mano para conquistarte a la amiga de tu amigo...o a la novia de tu amigo....o... a...tu....amigo!? Bien romántica y Frankie se luce con su buena voz. Ahora si los setentas son tu rollo “Just a little bit” es a donde van a apuntar tus oídos, donde las influencias de un Aerosmith son mas notorias, y como lo he dicho en otros comentarios de cds,

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 16:08
gracias a Dios que existió un Aerosmith, no soportaría que estas buenas bandas hubieran sido influenciadas por NSync (por nombrar un grupejo) si estos hubieran ocupado el lugar de los bostonianos’; por cierto... que temazo! Dentro de la onda también van a encontrar “Damn”, lógicamente con cierto sabor funky, algo que es la raíz sonora de esta agrupación, aunque este track tiende mas a una onda Ugly Kid Joe, escúchenla y me dicen.

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 16:08
Tengo que darle una tiradita de orejas a los Kingos’, si entran a su pagina solo hay una fotito y los dirige a una pagina donde comprar el cd. Vamos chicos, me van a decir que en 14 años no hay nada para decir o fotos para mostrar? Denle una buena sacudida de puños al webmaster de la pagina y que se ponga las pilas! Cualquier otro tipo de ‘tiradita’ mejor se las delego a sus grupies....para evitar malos entendidos.... Nunca hay temas de mas en un cd, asi que para aquellos que busquen

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 16:09
la nostalgia agregaron dos temas de su primer lanzamiento, “Better you” en una excelente versión acústica y un super remix de “I do you” el cual vendría a ser el hit de KINGOFTHEHILL. Querida gente, son 17 temas que lamento hayan pasado tantos años para ver la luz, lo bueno es que la banda esta de regreso, será chance para algun show en vivo?! Please!! **************************************************Lucas H Gordon


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