Kiss Kiss Kill Kill
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Their third release finds the band perfectly poised between the raw punk energy of their 2004 debut, "Hell Yeah", and the brash, singalong pop of 2006's "Bring It On". While never dropping their trademark sexy, horror flick flair, "Kiss Kiss Kill Kill" brings back the rawness and immediacy that's made them the premier touring band in the scene. They just finished two tours with the Dropkick Murphys and a tour with Danzig, have shared the stage with the likes of Rancid and The Offspring, and have been on several Warped Tour runs. RIYL: Nekromantix, Rev. Horton Heat, Siouxsie And The Banshees, X, Stray Cats, surf, punk, ska, and good ol' rock 'n' roll.
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Finally it's coming out and the anticipation builds. It comes in the mail from Amazon and you're afraid to listen to it. Here's one of your favorite bands and you've been burned before under this circumstance (I'll never forgive Good Riddance for their final studio release).
Not to worry. Kim is even better on guitar, Patricia's vocals are perfect for these songs and the songs themselves are more varied in their themes. There's still the requisite creepy selection (Hitchcock Starlet & Highway 55 are spooky) and Horror Beach Pt. II is even better than it's predecessor.
Each listen reveals more about each song and you can just see the go-go dancers from their stage show bopping along to the rhythm.
granted, it's not as fast paced as some of their previous songs are but it shows a massive amount o maturity intheir craft and a mroe fine tuned sound that's quite refreshing. it's awesome to actually hear a band actually blossom as they go along and this is a grand album if you love the pops. And although it has been stated before-horrorbeach2 is a great follow up to it's predecessor even the album art is nice to check out-throwing homage to vintage horror movie and film noir posters. and again with the cd art itslef, designed to look like an old film canister like bring it on was designed to look like an old lp.
so if you like the horror pops, rockabilly,psychobilly,the misfits,punk ska or just some good spooky themed swinging music, get this album.
The only thing that sort of was a let down was that they didn't list the lyrics and I love to sing along. But you can just look them up on line, they are there.