|King Tuff / King Tuff|
|Label:||Sub Pop Records|
|Add Date:||2012-06-30||Pull Date:||2012-09-02|
|Week Ending:||2 Sep||26 Aug||19 Aug||5 Aug||29 Jul||22 Jul||15 Jul||8 Jul|
|1.||Thu, 30 Nov 17:||chickpea and onion boy|
|4.||Tue, 23 Apr 13:||Emily|
|2.||Mon, 25 Jul 16:||Zoë|
|5.||Thu, 10 Jan 13:||ETN|
Franxisco Brouillard Must Stash
|3.||Thu, 07 Apr 16:||Ogrelord|
|6.||Sat, 01 Dec 12:||Hervey Okkles|
Buford J. Sharkley's Themeless Escapades
King Tuff/ King Tuff/ SubPop|
Great production quality from the indie-garage pop album released by SubPop. The better songs are the ones that rock out. I wasn’t particularly a fan of the slower tunes. He should remember to emphasize the “Tuff” in King Tuff because it’s definitely his forte. Great vocals that give a rockabilly feel at times and also can sound a little bit Brit Pop or Shoegaze. My favorite songs were 2, 5, and 7.
FCC on 1,2,6, 8 (“fucked” on 1, subtle “shit” on 2 and “shit said once on 6 and 8).
1- 3:31 Upbeat. Mid tempo. Big “Oasis” style guitars and driving drums.
2- 3:11* Catchy uptempo tune. something to dance to. Poppy. Nice chorus
3- 3:09 Mid tempo pop tune with a twangy vocal.
4- 3:27 Soft and sympy. Expecting Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell to pop up
5- 2:19* Rocking pop punkish tune. Good up tempo energy. Tuff at his best.
6- 4:25 Acoustic intro. Bluesy and mid tempo. Twangy vocal.
7- 2:56**Kick ass rockabilly tune with a sick driving guitar.
8- 2:40 Uptempo acoustic intro with cool hand claps and beat that arrive at 1:05
9- 3:23 Slower tempo rock song with interesting shoegazy vocals
10- 2:53 Gentle and soft retro pop tune. Bright soft vocals
11- 4:45 Piano ballad with Dylan-esque twangy vocals. Sad
12- 3:49* Upbeat and good energy. Good vocals. ‘80s feel with the piano.
|2.||Alone & Stoned||8.||Baby Just Break|
|3.||Keep On Movin'||9.||Stupid Superstar|
|5.||Bad Thing||11.||Swamp Of Love|
|6.||Loser's Wall||12.||Hit & Run|