Ep 11 - King's X - Dogman (1994)
King's X - Dogman (1994)
Four albums in, the members of King’s X felt like their career wasn’t going like it should, and they were looking for their identity. They had a legion of loyal fans, but never really found success in the mainstream. They were at a crossroads, both collectively and individually.
So, they enlisted a burgeoning supernova producer to help them create a new sound on their albums that was more representative of their live act, literally taking inspiration from themselves.
King’s X recorded one of the most influential albums of the grunge era that, oddly enough, most people have never even heard. Hopefully, that changes a bit as we introduce you to one of our favorite albums of all time, the 1994 album by King’s X: Dogman.
King’s X – Dogman (1994)
January 11, 2021
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