|4||Flies And Blue Skies||5:00|
|5||Black The Sky||4:32|
|12||Go To Hell||0:51|
Mixed By – Nick DiDiaWritten-By – Jimi Hendrix
|82558-2||King's X||Dogman (CD, Album, Yel)||Atlantic||82558-2||US||1994|
|AMCY-655||King's X||Dogman (CD, Album)||Atlantic||AMCY-655||Japan||1994|
|7567-82558-2||King's X||Dogman (CD, Album)||Atlantic||7567-82558-2||Germany||1994|
|1601||King's X||Dogman (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Elbo||1601||Poland||Unknown|
|82558-4||King's X||Dogman (Cass, Album, Club)||Atlantic||82558-4||US||1994|
King's X is the self-titled fourth studio album by heavy metal/hard rock trio King's X, released in 1992 through Atlantic Records. The album marked the end of the band's relationship with producer Sam Taylor, with the band citing creative differences for the split. The World Around Me" – 2:56. The Big Picture" – 5:03. Lost in Germany" – 4:52. Chariot Song" – 5:22. Not Just For the Dead" – 4:47. What I Know About Love" – 5:38.
King's X is an American rock band that combines progressive metal, funk and soul with vocal arrangements influenced by gospel, blues, and British Invasion rock groups. Despite a largely underground reputation as the "musician's musicians", King's X was pivotal in the early development of progressive metal, and produced a series of early records considered essential within the genre. The band's lyrics are largely based on the members' struggles with religion and self-acceptance
Dogman is probably the closest that King's X came to having a hit CD seeing how it was released around the time of their now-legendary performance at Woodstock '94 where they blew practically everyone else off the stage. Of course, every band that has ever played with them will tell you that King's X constantly obliterated them, but Woodstock was easily the biggest audience they ever had while doing it, and this led to a short lived spurt of popularity for them. It's hard to imagine that this is the band that just a few years earlier had released an album called Faith, Hope, Love with pretty much the entire record dedicated to those values. Maybe it had something to do with vocalist Doug Pinnick's coming out of the closet and his associated renunciation of Christianity, or their less than amicable split with their long-time manager.
Labels Atlantic Records. Produced by. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album61. 4. Flies and Blue Skies. 5. Black the Sky. 6. Fool You. 7. Don't Care.
Dogman is the fifth album from Texan trio King's X. It contains some of their heaviest moments so far with more emphasis on metallic riffs though overall there's little progression from the first 4. Having said that, it does contain some classic King's X moments with only a couple of weak tracks. If you've already heard any King's X albums then stylistically you'll know what you're in store for here.
com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. King's X play a very cool brand of rock music with grooving bass, old-school hard rock vocals with sweet Beatles-esque harmonies, and the inimitable guitar stylings of Ty Tabor, whose tone rivals that of David Gilmour.
King's X was still a band that thrived on harmonic nuances and benefited from the influence of the Beatles and progressive rock. And like before, the band addresses spiritual concerns without trying to force its beliefs on anyone.