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Kin Ping Meh


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3.25 | 43 ratings

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2 stars Nice debut from Germany's Kin Ping Meh. A heavy rock album nicely in sync with the taste of the day, being sharp guitars, groovy drumming, some jamming, a dot of psych, lots of bluesy feelings and organ freak-outs aplenty.

They put the best stuff up at the front. Fairy-Tales is a solidly grooving heavy rock jam with nice dreamy vocals and one of those irresistible singalong choruses. Nice stuff for hitting the road. The remainder of the album can't keep up with a similar level of excellence and varies between run of the mill ballads (Sometime), standard rock 'n' rolla fare (Don't You Know), harmless country-blues (Too Many People) and other typical 60s and early 70s stuff. With My Dove and My Future, they have a mellow moment with a bit of mellotron and sweet melodious vocals.

On the whole, this is a nice album for fans of early heavy rock. Yep, 'nice', the keyword of this review. Rock sure would never be as 'nice' again as it was in those days.

Bonnek | 2/5 |


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