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The Idiot Parade - What's For Dinner? album download
The Idiot Parade - What's For Dinner? album download
Performer: The Idiot Parade
Title: What's For Dinner?
Released: 1997
Style: Punk
Rating: 4.2/5
FLAC size: 1970 mb | MP3 size: 1690 mb | WMA size: 1654 mb
Genre: Rock

The sessions for the album began before the recording of Bowie's Low (1977); thus, The Idiot has been called the unofficial beginning of Bowie's Berlin period.

What's for Dinner? (album). What's for Dinner? Studio album by The King Khan & BBQ Show. What's for Dinner? is the second studio album by garage rock band The King Khan & BBQ Show. The album was recorded in 2005 and released on October 10, 2006. All lyrics written by King Khan and Mark Sultan.

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Both BBQ and King Khan have distinguished themselves in the past on their own albums, but they bring out the best in one another on What's for Dinner?, their first full-length collaboration. BBQ's vocals show he has both the pipes and the inclination to reference the styles of some of the great soul belters of the past (dig the doo wop riffs on "Too Much in Love"), and while Khan's singing isn't as strong, his enthusiastic backup wailing sure fills up the spaces, and when their guitars lock in together


A1 Holme's Place 2:15
A2 Now You Know 1:30
A3 Little Blue Man 1:25
A4 Codependency 2:25
B1 Choco Anarchy 1:14
B2 Asshole 1:33
B3 Fast Food Asshole 2:46
B4 Needle In My Arm 1:23


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