14 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third album from King Tuff, a.k.a. Kyle Thomas, fully established the rock mythos and persona that Thomas had been building over prior releases: part glam god à la Marc Bolan, part power-pop head, all party. Thomas hones his deep garage rock sound to a keen edge in this taut collection of songs and unleashes a deeply satisfying swagger. This is filthy rock focused on just a few things: odes to women, debauchery, and record collecting. In this world, the black-light posters never came down.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third album from King Tuff, a.k.a. Kyle Thomas, fully established the rock mythos and persona that Thomas had been building over prior releases: part glam god à la Marc Bolan, part power-pop head, all party. Thomas hones his deep garage rock sound to a keen edge in this taut collection of songs and unleashes a deeply satisfying swagger. This is filthy rock focused on just a few things: odes to women, debauchery, and record collecting. In this world, the black-light posters never came down.

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