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Great TKK Album (especially if you're a fan of their older stuff)

This is a REALLY solid TKK album. Fans of their older music (confessions era) should be pleased with the darker old-skool sound, especially on tracks like Invasion, Death Threat, and Lone Road. If i had one criticism, it would be the fact that there aren't enough tracks including the bomb gang girlz.


I've listened to this album for three days straight. I've almost reached the point of driving myself insane. The iTunes previews never give you a proper idea of how an album is going to sound. I was dubious, because I didn't hear any of the sleazy horn sounds that I love so much (see some of my other TKK reviews), but this is a solid effort. It's a lot darker than their disco/Vegas-type stuff: more akin to early TKK when they were more "evil" sounding. I do like that they've brought back more of the Satanic elements. It always made for a good, creepy TKK album in the past. Still not my favorite because, as stated earlier, I like their sleazy strip club sounding stuff. But, I'd almost say it was worth the money just for "Lone Road" and "Bottoms Up". Those two tracks are going into my "all-time-favorite" category.

thrill kill, thrill kill, thrill kill, k-k-k-ulkt!

not content with being a complete rehash of their oldest material tkk make an album that mixes elements from everything they've ever done.
dancey, dark, sleazy, yet always a fun listen, tkk is back again!


Formed: 1987 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although White Zombie received most of the credit for mixing tales of sex, Satan, and gore with a rock/dance beat (although admittedly with more of a heavy metal edge), Chicago's My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult specialized in similar territory for just as long. Originally formed in 1987 by Buzz McCoy (who had recently relocated from Boston) and Groovie Mann, the duo sought to create a worthy musical accompaniment that could be used as a soundtrack to trashy B-movies. The duo's initial project was...
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