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2009 debut from this Alternative Rock trio from L.A. signed by Linda Perry. Crash Kings is a guitar driven band without a guitar. They play anthemic Rock on analog instruments. Their lyrics are intimate and honest, sung in a soaring voice. Crash Kings are the first U.S. band producer Dave Sardy (Oasis, Wolfmother, Ting Tings) has worked with in seven years. Features 'Mountain Man', '1985' and '14 Arms'.
Crash Kings came into my life at the perfect time. I was really into Jack White and The Black Keys, but I also wanted something different. Something, I don't know, fresh. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brett Corkins
This music on this album is beautiful. His voice is so powerful - listen to it cranked up on a sunny day, it is very spiritual. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tara S. Mcclintick
they got me. what can i say?
they played those 2 awesome songs on the radio and i had to have them, so i bought the album. guess what? the rest is garbage. but, thats just me. Read more
good quality music that is not too main stream. CD came in a sealed plastic and brand new. Would recommend.Published 18 months ago by Alez L.
Heard thsis playing ina friends office and went straight out and bought it. Rhythmic, edgy, loved it from the first.Published 20 months ago by L.May
I love every song on this album. Awesome to chill out to or sing at the top of your lungs in the car. It's so different. No guitar, but there's a piano?! Read morePublished on August 14, 2013 by OhOhHeyLa
I did not know who the Crash Kings were until I heard one song and I had to buy this album to hear more. I love all kinds of music, these guys are very nice to hear. Read morePublished on June 10, 2013 by JASON HOUSER
Great album, great condition when it got here. The best track is #1, Mountain Man. Check it out and thank me later.Published on May 3, 2013 by Dr. McBadass
I first heard of Crash Kings while surfing youtube and came across, "Mountain Man". I immediately started searching for more and found, "You got me". Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by Joe Saunders