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What It Seems Is What You Get

Kong

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Great album

This is the latest album of this great band from Amsterdam. a review from Rock Sound UK"A crazy adventurous groove-heavy journey of mind blowing rock, samples, and general whacked-outness!" It has the same energy as the first couple of albums. A very special experience live as well. Go see them!!!

A gift to your ears !

This is a wonderful album ! My first experience with this band and certainly not my last ! Also listen to earlier albums (eg Earmined) and ofcourse their latest album 'merchants of air' but be careful ' once hooked.....' Enjoy !

Biografie

Genre: Rock

Jaren actief: '90s

Experimental Dutch rockers Kong started out in 1988 as a side project for Amsterdam-based musicians Dirk DeVries (guitar, samples, programming), Aldo Sprenger (guitar), Mark Drillich (bass, programming), and Rob Smits (drums). Simply impossible to pigeonhole, their unscrupulous musical collage melds elements of heavy metal, progressive rock, electronica, and the avant-garde — all of it backed up by extensive sampling and quirky sound effects. Adding to their unconventional approach, Kong's...
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What It Seems Is What You Get, Kong
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  • € 8,99
  • Genres: Rock, Muziek, Metal
  • Releasedatum: 23-03-2009

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