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The Kills - God Games

Edition: Black Vinyl LP
Condition: New
Original price £9.99 - Original price £24.99
Original price
£23.99
£9.99 - £24.99
Current price £23.99
Condition: New

Track Listing / Description
01 New York
02 Going To Heaven
03 LA Hex
04 Love And Tenderness
05 103
06 My Girls My Girls
07 Wasterpiece
08 Kingdom Come
09 God Games
10 Blank
11 Bullet Sound
12 Better Days
 
Whether we look for him or not, we all find God somewhere. It could be in nature. It could be in church. It could be in the metaverse. It differs for each and every one of us. In terms of where God might be, The Kills aren't necessarily saying, but the duo - Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince - certainly sound like they've seen him. How else could you explain the primal call-and-response between Alison's full body blues-soul vocal catharsis and Jamie's swaggering, guillotine-smooth guitar transmissions on the duo's sixth full-length offering, God Games?
 
The Kills have emerged as international rock stars, setting the pace for the genre, shaping this era's sound, and redefining what rock music can be in the 21st century. They're the rare force of nature who can tour with Queens of the Stone Age or Guns N' Roses and light up Coachella. Returning home from the road in 2019, Alison and Jamie commenced writing for what would become God Games. However, the old adage, "Make plans, God laughs," couldn't have been more apropos.
 
Stretching boundaries, Jamie encouraged Alison to "buy this 100-dollar keyboard and try to write." She added another creative tool to her arsenal, while he tinkered with textures, sounds and "wrote on guitar less than ever," opting to primarily compose on piano for the first time. This powerful combination of forces gave the album its own sonic identity, a new path forged in the pair's creative bond.
 
The Kills decamped to an old church (a bit ironic now isn't it?) where they recorded with old friend and Academy and GRAMMY Award-winning producer Paul Epworth [Adele]. "Paul was our very first soundman in 2002," recalls Jamie. "Since he was with us when we had two amps, a lightbulb, and a couple of mics in a van, it seemed perfect. He knew how far it had come and could trace the thread back."