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Freak Kitchen - Cooking With Pagans

7.2 | 26 votes |
Release date: 2 September 2014
Style: Progressive hard rock


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13 want it

01. Professional Help
02. Freak Of The Week
03. Sloppy
04. Goody Goody
05. (Saving Up For An) Anal Bleach
06. Private Property
07. The Mathematics Of Defeat
08. I Don't Want To Golf
09. Hide
10. Come Back To Comeback
11. Ranks Of The Terrified
12. Once Upon A Time In Scandinavistan

Mattias "IA" Eklundh - vocals, guitars
Björn Fryklund - drums
Christer Örtefors - bass, vocals

Guest musicians
Neyveli S. Radhakrishna - double violin

Additional info
Produced and engineered by Mattias "IA" Eklundh.
Mixed by Tor Bach Kristensen.
Mastered by Göran Finnberg.
Cover art and photography by Juanjo Guarnido, Patrik Castenbladh, and Patric Ullaeus.

Staff review by
I've been spinning the new Freak Kitchen album for a while now. I've liked it since the moment I got over the initial prejudiced impression, which was at about a second spin. Yet, strangely, even after repeated listens, I'm still at a loss as to how to describe this album. With all the thinking and back catalogue revisits, I've managed to come up with two terms to stick on it: vintage and old. It'll take some explaining how these two terms relate to the album and, more importantly, why specifically these two.

published 08.10.2014 | Comments (1)

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04.09.2014 - 02:13
Rating: 5
Fucking batman, this is annoying.
15.09.2014 - 13:32
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Written by Rulatore on 04.09.2014 at 02:13

Fucking batman, this is annoying.

Yeah, I imagine his batarang would keep prodding you in the hips.
23.09.2014 - 01:26
Rating: 8
Totemic Lust
Another solid album, I've always loved IA's tone and riffs. His lyrics/vocals might put some people off, but I think they add a bit of fun.
22.10.2014 - 12:26
Rating: 8
Simply intelligent fun. That's all it is. And I love it exactly that way.
World won't end today - it's already tomorrow in Australia.
06.11.2014 - 20:28
Rating: 8
Mehdi Taba
Mehdi Taba
Heavy, progressive, hard-rock, funny, "parody" modern lyrics, indian jazz shred leads... "8.4".
19.02.2015 - 07:33
Rating: 8
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