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What DO king cobras do?

King Cobras Do is a tightly-produced, cohesive post-modern album that showcases Vending Machine's expansive range, yet remains vastly intimate. KCD punches you in the mouth with the first track, the raucous "Babies" before sliding seamlessly into the driving ode "Rae" then builds to a schizophrenic crescendo in "44 Times." Once the listener is firmly hooked, the album opens up to tracks like "Good Old Upstairs", "Runaway", and Tell Me The Truth ..." which are warm and comfortable, while simultaneously otherworldly. Refreshingly, VM manages to retain this ethereal tone even on the album's faster driving tracks. Vending Machine continues to defy classification while remaining relevant and entertaining through five independently produced albums. KCD is a fantastic follow-up to "Kicked and Scratched," both of which are indicative of a band that's really hit its stride. I rated this album five stars and HIGHLY recommend it.

The best kind of quirky pop

Great melodies, awesome textures and songwriting, and some seriously great and subtle guitar playing.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The moniker for the solo project of Big Ass Truck guitarist Robby Grant, Vending Machine incorporates elements of lo-fi rock, folk, funk, garage, singer/songwriter pop, and whatever else happens to strike Grant's fancy. His debut, Unleavened Bread, was released on Yep Roc in 1997. Having taken the Vending Machine name from a song he wrote while reading over the business section of a newspaper, which is apparently a frequent songwriting inspiration, Grant's four-track follow-up The Chamber From Here...
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