They were [​.​.​.​] in love

by Kinski Elevator

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06:44

about

this album contains 4 very extended tracks from the debut EP "Inner Crab Dogs" and 2 brand new songs

credits

released 12 November 2011
Serge Rogalski : baritone guitar & lead vocals
Bruno Ruder : fender rhodes & keys
Pierre Luzy : drums & backing vocals
arrangements, producing and artwork by Kinski Elevator, photo by Florent Bobet
recorded, mixed and mastered by Pierre Luzy at Studio Etlanuit, Montreuil - France
recording assistance by Martin Antiphon & Florent Bobet
lyrics & compositions by Luzy/Rogalski/Ruder, published by Idiotheque Publishing
booking & informations : contact@kinskielevator.com
Pierre Luzy plays Think Custom Drums
(p)&(c) 2011 Morning Bell SARL - Music Unit

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tags: rock Paris

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about

Kinski Elevator Paris

Similar in theme to “Men ain’t made of nothin’ but water and shit” (you know?), Inner Crab Dogs throws caution to the wind and produces a restrained angst proposition that parallels the human condition in intensity. Completely forward and unabashed, Kinski Elevator comes hard, comes soft, but always comes.

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