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King Khan & BBQ Show: Invisible Girl 12" (new)

In the Red Records
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$18.00

King Khan & BBQ Show: Invisible Girl 12" (new)

In the Red Records
King Khan & BBQ Show: Invisible Girl 12

It's hard to tell if The King Khan & BBQ Show is more infamous than famous. Since the 2004 release of their first self-titled debut, the pair has earned itself a place in rock 'n' roll history by inspiring both critical reverence and insanity (fervor for the band's live show has occasionally manifested itself as live sex acts). The King Khan & BBQ show's long-awaited third full-length album will not disappoint the band's admirers or their devoted cult following. Invisible Girl marks a return to the trademark doo-wop-laced, anthemic garage rock that earned the band their fame and their infamy. The record exhibits their effortless fluency in rock 'n' roll's tenets and traditions, but as Mark Sultan (otherwise known as BBQ) notes, it also includes "a song so vile that it cannot even be mentioned."