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King's X - Ear Candy album mp3
Art Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal,Christian Rock,Contemporary Christian
  • Performer:
    King's X
  • Title:
    Ear Candy
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Art Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal,Christian Rock,Contemporary Christian
  • Date of release:
    May 21, 1996
  • Duration:
    49:18
  • Recording location:
    Digital Services, Houston, TX
  • Size FLAC version
    1511 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1166 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1644 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    111
  • Formats:
    ADX ASF DXD RA MMF MP1

Ear Candy (King's X album). The song "Mississippi Moon" is mainly inspired on the song "If I Could Fly", which King's X played in shows after they had changed their name to its definite version, King's X. The bonus track "Freedom" can also be found as a b-side of the single "A Box". It was later given a proper release on the album Ogre Tones.

Ear Candy ‎(CD, Album, RE). Wounded Bird Records.

Ear Candy is a very good King's X album, though overall not quite matching previous albums, but a handful of tracks can stand shoulder to shoulder with, if not quite their best, then the majority of material before. It's also a far superior album to what was to come over the next few releases.

Band Name King's X. Album Name Ear Candy. 版公司 Atlantic Records.

By: King's X (1996, Rock). More albums from King's X: Gretchen Goes To Nebraska by King's X. Live & Live Some More by King's X. Tape Head by King's X. Black Like Sunday by King's X.

Ear Candy King's X. Ear Candy. This album has an average beat per minute of 129 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

Album · 1996 · 13 Songs. Ear Candy King's X. Rock.

Credits

Tony Dawsey - Mastering
Tony Flores - Engineer, Percussion, Second Engineer
Larry Freemantle - Art Direction
Brian "Squee-Kwo" Garcia - Engineer
Brian E. Garcia - Engineer, Mixing, Percussion
Jerry Gaskill - Drums, Vocals
Alton Kelley - Art Direction, Artwork
King's X - Composer, Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer
Arnold Lanni - Mixing, Percussion, Producer
Randy Miller - Editing, Engineer, Mastering, Second Engineer
Glen Phillips - Guest Artist
Doug Pinnick - Bass, Vocals
Snow - Vocals
Ty Tabor - Guitar, Mixing, Producer, Vocals
Andy VanDette - Editing
Catherine Wessel - Photography

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Train King's X King's X 3:08
2 (Thinking and Wondering) What I'm Gonna Do King's X King's X 3:41
3 Sometime King's X King's X 3:47
4 A Box King's X King's X 4:39
5 Looking for Love King's X King's X 2:58
6 Mississippi Moon King's X King's X 3:11
7 67 King's X King's X 4:41
8 Lies in the Sand (The Ballad Of...) King's X King's X 3:53
9 Run King's X King's X 3:27
10 Fathers King's X King's X 3:21
11 American Cheese (Jerry's Pianto) King's X King's X 2:54
12 Picture King's X King's X 5:34
13 Life Goes By King's X King's X 4:05

Mr.Bean
On first listen, it is easy to hear that Ear Candy is a transitional album. The first time i listened to it I was misled to what the core of the record would sound like because "The Train" is always known as the "best" song. Very generic, and what the hell are they even talking about on that song? "Leave all your bags and tighten up your metal belt/You leave us all behind, you start to feel the pain." Those lyrics make no sense! There are at least five better songs on here, and they don't sound like that. Those are "What am I Gonna Do", "A Box", "Looking for Love" (great metal pop), and "Mississippi Moon". And oh yeah, "Run" is pretty good. With these songs, the band pushes their sound forward in to the realm of melodies that are friendly without losing any of their artistic integrity. The remainder is not so good, and way to happy and almost giddy for this band, similar to how Dogman was too metallic. They are great when they mix the two sounds into a polished blend, but the difference is this is mostly pop and the music is just not up to snuff. Lyrics aren't too great either on Ear Candy; "Fathers" is hilariously bad on its own. But about half of the album’s songs are great, and it remains an interesting listen for the die hard fans to seek out. Fitting album title too, it sums the record as background music that is occasionally interesting but mostly forgettable.