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The duo King Khan & BBQ Show make a strange brew: first of all, Mark Sultan (guitar, vocals, drums and percussion) and King Khan (guitar, vocals) sound like four guys confused about what decade it is, and having a wicked fun time trying to sort it all out. Secondly, Khan is also known for his King Khan & The Shrines band, an outrageous, high-energy, garage-punk band clearly rooted in the ‘60s. The vintage-rock flavors of BBQ Show, however, run from the ‘50s right up to the late ‘70s and the roots of American punk rock. Tracks like “Third Ave” ooze mid-century, doo-wop charm, and “I’ll Be Loving You” conjures the soulful heartache of singers like Sam Cooke. “Lonely Boy” blends the ‘60s with a shot of Ramones-style simplicity, while “Crystal Ball” is torn between ‘50s poodle-skirt rock and ‘60s R&B-tinged garage pop. Tambourines rattle and tease while guitars scrape bottom on the excellent garage greaser “Truth or Dare,” and the doo-wop-meets-Screamin’ Jay Hawkins exercise in obscenity that is “Tastebuds” is not suitable for carpooling with your boss. That caveat aside, Khan & Co. are again having a hell of a party, and you’re invited.

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this is the best thing ive ever heard in my entire life

holy crap!

I don't know what to call this. speedfreak R&B maybe? This is so good Like Otis Redding brought up on the Ramones with a little circus sideshow tossed in. This will be the record I give everyone this x-mas.

2 guys that sound like 5

King Khan and Mark Sultan know every guitar riff done in the last 40 years. So many genres are explored, and done very well. Always enjoy Sultan doing Sam Cook. Anala and Tastebuds are nasty, nasty, nasty. Invisible Girl song is sweet, sweet, sweet.


Formed: 2002 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Canadian garage rock duo tangentially based out of Montreal, Quebec, the King Khan & BBQ Show mix doo wop, punk, soul, and who knows what else into a loose, wild sound that is drenched in pure raw energy. The duo at the heart of things is Mark Sultan (BBQ) and Blacksnake (King Khan), both former bandmates in fellow Montreal band Spaceshits, which disbanded in 1999. Sultan started a new band (Les Sexareenos) before going solo in 2002, playing gigs as a one-man band under the name BBQ. Blacksnake,...
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