Konks, the / Konks, the
Album:Konks, the Collection:General
Artist:Konks, the Added:Apr 2005

A-File Activity
Add Date:2005-05-01 Pull Date:2005-07-03 
Week Ending:Jul 3Jun 26Jun 19Jun 12Jun 5May 29May 22May 15

Recent Airplay
1.May 19, 2007:Biff Bang Pow
Break My Back
4.Jun 20, 2005:Stirling's Approximation
Move & Shake
2.Jun 27, 2005:Happy Hour
29 Fingers
5.Jun 16, 2005:Bloodstains Across Atherton
Break My Back
3.Jun 21, 2005:Happy Hour
6.Jun 13, 2005:tom's diner
29 Fingers

Album Review
Elias (Dr Furious)
Reviewed 2005-05-01 
Awesome garage rock on Bomp! Records. The Konks combine the bluesy garage rock vein of Mr Airplane Man with the raw intensity of seminal Detroit garage (the Stooges; the Gories). Factor in some basic rock'n'roll and a few Stephen Tayler (Aerosmith) vocal references. Something tells me that these guys are from Boston! Play this!
Play 11, 9, 6, 5, 4, 2
1. Raw, balls-out, testosterone-driven, garage cock-rawk!
2. Think Detroit garage rock! The Stooges meet the Gories.
3. Mid-tempo; noisy. Raw bass/guitar lines.
4. This is a cover. Fun raw swingy rock'n'roll. Nice screams. Reminds me of British proto-punk rocker Screaming Lord Sutch.
5. Excellent messy/dissonant/angular guitar work! Melodic bass lines and psychotic build up. 6. Balls-out bluesy garage. The Gories meet Mr Airplane Man!
7. Fuzzy, noisy piece with Stephen Taylor-esque vocals.
8. Thumping percussion, Gorie-sque rhythm guitars, and bluesy guitar leads/solos.
9. Kick ass sentimental piece with infectious guitar/vocal melodies. Think Mr Airplane Man. 10. FCC (motherfucker?)
11. Wow! Get a load of this bluesy/blue-grassy piece! Delta blues meets ragtime. Awesome vocals too.
12. Aerosmith cover.

Track Listing
1.Outta My Mind 7.Out of My Mind
2.29 Fingers 8.Can't Get Along with You
3.Here She Comes 9.What I Came Here for
4.King Kong 10.God Says
5.Break My Back 11.Honey
6.Move & Shake 12.Let the Music Do the Talking