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Just when newcomers to the prolific Mark Sultan get a grasp on his wide-ranging garage rock tendencies, they’re likely thrown off by a detour into ‘50s doo-wop or meandering free jazz. Sultan (a.k.a. BBQ) celebrates all things rock ’n’ roll with a voracious appetite, both with and without fellow primitive King Khan. (He's also a central force in other projects like The Ding Dongs and The Almighty Defenders.) Whatever I Want is a simultaneous release with 2011's Whenever I Want by Sultan. As indulgent as it may seem, both records deliver a tasty smorgasbord of Sultan’s talents. Joined by members of The Black Lips, The Gories, and The Spits, Sultan brews up a few near-perfect garage numbers (“Calloused Hands,” “Repulse Me Baby,” the psych-flavored “Graveyard Eyes”), gives us a bizarre art-rock take on Ultravox’s eerie “Just for a Moment,” and goes hardcore punk on “Quit the Human Race.” He indulges his ‘50s pop/doo-wop side on a number of tracks, with “If I Had a Polaroid” showcasing his crooner capabilities quite nicely.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Mark Sultan has become one of the leading figures on the Canadian garage punk scene, cranking out high-test rock & roll with a handful of memorable bands as well as making a name for himself as a solo act. Hailing from Montreal, Sultan was a preteen metal fan with a taste for Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden before he was introduced to hardcore punk at the age of 12, and moved on to raw '60s sounds and garage punk when he was 16. Sultan first began playing out when he signed on as drummer for a band...
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