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The styles that this band blends together make for a very unusual mix. They take ska, punk, hardcore punk, reggae, and rap and twist them all into a sound that is King Prawn. They even throw in a couple arrangements that have progressive rock influences. When you consider that one of the things in music that the original punks were rebelling against was prog, that is pretty ironic. There are a couple other things that really separate this band from the bulk of bands like Green Day. First off, this is not pop-punk. The music has a much different edge than that kind of sound, coming across as more closely tied to the older punkers and their greater sense of being genuine. Secondly, this music has very full arrangements, both in terms of complexity and in terms of musical layerings. All of these elements make for a very fresh take on the alternative styles that this group represents. The lineup of the band is Al Rumjen, Nikolai, Babar Luck, and Devil Hands. Dr. Nelly is listed as a featured musician. This grouping is augmented by the talents of Alex Gordon, Matt "The Professor" Dowse, Jake Fielding, Kimberlee McCarrick, and Martin McCarrick.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Blending styles like ska, punk, and hardcore, King Prawn delivers a contrasting type of boisterous alternative rock & roll. Formed in the midst of the '90s in London by vocalist Al-Farabi Rumjen, Barbar Luck (bass), Aryan Devil (guitar), and Nick Swindonboye (drums), King Prawn is set to disclose new frontiers in the punk and hardcore styles. In 1996, the band surfaced with its first major recording, the album First Offence, with production credits going to Skunk Anansie's Ace. The record ultimately...
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Surrender to the Blender, King Prawn
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 22 August 2000

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