KENTUCKY KNIFE FIGHT: The Wolf Crept, the Children Slept: CD

Mar 03, 2009

KKF exhumes the shriveled-up corpse of ‘70s punk, cuts it open, and stuffs it full of swaggering rockabilly rhythm. For good measure, it throws in a touch of honky tonk. The lyrics skim through the vulgar lives of shady men driving to places they shouldn’t go, hanging out with the wrong women, drinking too much, and then going back and doing it all again. All that and a killer piano solo.

 –mp (Self-released)

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