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The KnuxVinyl
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The Knux are composed of brothers Kentrell "Krispy" Lindsey and Alvin "Joey" Lindsey. They were born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, but were displaced due to Hurricane Katrina, after which the brothers moved to Los Angeles, California. The group's name is short for The Knuckle Heads. Their song "Bang! Bang!" was featured in the promo for Season 5 of ... Read more in Amazon's The Knux Store

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  • Vinyl (September 27, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B005HI7NG4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #653,203 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The hip hop duo The Knux are a bit of an anomaly. They're a self contained unit who sing, write, play and produce all of their own music. Also, their sound is an unusual alliance between hip hop and garage rock. The New Orleans natives - and real life brothers Krispy and Joey- initially didn't have anything in common. That was until music brought them together, and they decided to form a group. After Hurricane Katrina hit their hometown, they relocated to Los Angeles, California. It was there they would sign with Interscope Records and release their major label debut "Remind Me In 3 Days...". THe album was critically acclaimed for its use of live instrumentation and unique approach to hip hop. Three years passed since they started work on their sophomore effort. In 2011, they released their follow-up on Interscope "Eraser".

As is the case with their debut, they are behind the boards on "Eraser". The only difference this time around is their album is geared toward a more commercial sound. Even with the catchy hooks and the big name guest appearances, the pop sound works surprisingly well for them. They get help from J*Davey member Miss Jack Davey on "I See Stars" as well as Natalia Kills on the party anthem "1974". Kid Cudi guests on the song about a female celebrity "Run". Speaking of the celebrity life, they shun it on the song "Fame-Us". They listen to the constant lies of a pretty woman on "Beautiful Liar", while dealing with a party girl on "She's So Up". On "Queen Of The Cold", they deal with a woman who they deem to be cold hearted in her dealings with men. Overall, The Knux deliver a good sophomore effort with "Eraser". While their sound may throw some hip hop fans off a bit, in the end their music is worth giving a listen.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the wait!!! The KNUX rock and surprise again. November 18, 2011
By Jane
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I first heard the KNUX live at SXSW on Carson Daly doing Track 2 on this cd: She's So Up. Everyone there was smiling and dancing and jumping up and down and having a great time. At performances by other bands people were mostly just standing around with their arms crossed and trying hard to look cool.

Like I said in my review of their first cd 'Remind Me In 3 Days' the KNUX are for those looking for a band that does it all and there are many surprises here... from the first instrumental track to the pop-py 3rd track. My only disappointment is that She's So Up ends in a fade-out which is something I dislike in general. Not the 'punk rap' I felt with the first album but just as good in it's own right.

So annoyingly hip that you expect lyrics to contain the key to the Meaning of Life? Then the KNUX are not for you. Go read Thomas Aquinas or some Scandinavian existentialist instead. On the other hand if you like music that makes you want to party dig right in. They never fail to have me smiling and moving around.

Live album next please!!!
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