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The King Khan & BBQ Show

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A two-man Canadian garage-punk wrecking crew, the King Khan & BBQ Show is a must-hear act for fans of lovably vulgar rock ‘n’ roll. Their self-titled debut album — originally appearing in 2004, then re-released in expanded form in ’07 — is a lewd ‘n’ crude masterpiece of its kind. There are echoes of the Dictators, the New York Dolls, Hasil Adkins, and Sam the Sham reverberating within these sloppy slices of sonic mania. Khan and BBQ (a.k.a. Blacksnake and Mark Sultan) add an unexpected doo-wop vocal element to the proceedings, caterwauling together like Frankie Valli’s distaff cousins on “Waddlin’ Around,” “Love You So,” and “Shake Real Slow.” Relentless, filth-spattered rockers like “Fishfight” and “Pig Pig” invite outbursts of pogo dancing. The duo also ventures into rockabilly (“Am I the One”), ‘60s-scented bubblegum (“Bimbo’s Theme”) and Cramps-style ghoul rock (“Hold Me Tight”) with leering glee. Throughout, King Khan & BBQ radiate a sort of perverse innocence — these guys thrash and yelp their way through their tunes with the sincerity of hyperactive eight year-olds. This steaming mess of an album is evidence that rock can never be too simple, too stupid, or too much fun.

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Amazing Music

Raw and Soulful! Need I say more...

The King Khan & BBQ Show

Even though its been out for like 6 years, its new to me. I heard this in a restaurant the other night and immediately went to iTunes, I HAD to own it! King Khan is my favorite discovery of the week.

frickin' itunes...

track listing is messed up..the titles for 'take me back' & 'am i the one' are flip flopped.why,i dont know..

Biography

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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