King Blank

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King Blank - Real Dirt Real Dirt
Pop Used - LP SITU 21 Situation Two
1988 UK Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Cut Out Hole. “Heir To The Existential Angst Of Such Late-'70s Luminaries As John Lydon And Tom Verlaine, England's Ian Lowery (Whose First Recorded Musical Strivings Were With A Late-'70s Punk Band, The Wall) Talk-Sings In That Wonderfully Curdled Sneer We've Heard A Million Times Before. But Few Do It As Well. Going Out On His Own Under The King Blank Moniker, Lowery Continued His Wicked Ways On The Three-Track Mouth Off, Featuring The Input Of Screaming Blue Messiahs Honcho Bill Carter, Who Produced And Played On One Song And Co-Wrote Two. With The Messiahs Backing Him On The Title Track, Lowery Seems Newly Dangerous, Even Throwing In A Good Imitation Of A Shivering Fit. Lowery Then Assembled Some Sympathetic Sidemen And Turned King Blank Into A Real Band. Mimicking Dylan's Bringing It All Back Home On The Cover Of The Real Dirt, Lowery Broadened His Range Without Any Reduction In Arrogance. Thanks To His Versatile Sidemen, He's Able To Touch On Rockabilly, Woozy Ballads, Vicious Boogie, A Chugging Throwback To The Velvet Underground ("Uptight"), Even Bogus Country Music ("Bulletproof T," As In Crucifix). Nasty And Delectable.” – Jon Young, All Music Guide... more details
 

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