Category: Classic Rock

Rock Pile - Kings X - Black Like Sunday (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Rock Pile - Kings X - Black Like Sunday (CD, Album)

  1. Having bought all the King's X CD's from "Out of the Silent Planet" to date, and seen the quality of songwriting and production spiral downwards from onwards - it's fantastic to find that on this album (ironically a collection of songs written in the mid's but recorded in the last 8 months), they've made their most enjoyable, accessible and direct album since the days when they were /5(20).
  2. King's X 14 tracks Released in Rock. Black Like Sunday; Rock Pile; Danger Zone; Listen full album. View all King's X albums. Live & Live Some More. King's X. 17 tracks. Released in Rock. Tracklist. Other King's X albums: Gretchen Goes To Nebraska. King's X 12 tracks Released in Rock. Out Of The Silent Planet; Over My Head.
  3. King’s X “Black Like Sunday” Buy Artist Page. ARTIST: King’s X ALBUM: Black Like Sunday RELEASE DATE: 05/16/ Black Like Sunday Rock Pile Danger Zone Working Man Dreams Finished Screamer Bad Luck Down Won’t Turn Back Two You’re The Only One Johnny Save Us.
  4. Black like Sunday Always hanging round He looks like your brother, he looks just like you I feel the pressure, he's got me feeling blue He roars like a lion, he's foaming at the mouth And if he gets you cornered, he'll never let you out The dog is on the loose He always brings me down Black like Sunday Always hanging round, yeah The dog is on.
  5. Black Like Sunday is a hard rock music album recording by KING'S X released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes KING'S X Black Like Sunday's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
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  7. May 25,  · KING’S X Black Like Sunday (Brop!/Metal Blade) The title track opener and “Bad Luck” could have been from any Metal Blade-era King’s X record, but “Rock Pile” and “Won’t Turn Back” could be the worst songs they’ve ever done. About as tragic is “You’re the Only One,” which sounds like a bad attempt at New Found.

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