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Kiss Kiss Kill Kill

Hellcat 80498

Released on February 5, 2008

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Their third release finds the band perfectly poised between the raw punk energy of their 2004 debut, "Hell Yeah", and the brash, singalong pop of 2006's "Bring It On". While never dropping their trademark sexy, horror flick flair, "Kiss Kiss Kill Kill" brings back the rawness and immediacy that's made them the premier touring band in the scene. They just finished two tours with the Dropkick Murphys and a tour with Danzig, have shared the stage with the likes of Rancid and The Offspring, and have been on several Warped Tour runs. RIYL: Nekromantix, Rev. Horton Heat, Siouxsie And The Banshees, X, Stray Cats, surf, punk, ska, and good ol' rock 'n' roll.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Thelma And Louise Voted #3  14%
2 Missfit  8%
3 Boot To Boot Voted #2  18%
4 Heading To The Disco Voted #1  19%
5 Kiss Kiss Kill Kill  11%
6 Everything's Everything  4%
7 Hitchcock Starlet  14%
8 Highway 55  2%
9 Horrorbeach Part 2  2%
10 Copenhagen Refugee  6%
11 Keep My Picture!  2%
12 Private Hall Of Shame  1%
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Johnny from Stevens Point, WI 
Sep 12 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A bit slower and seemingly less in your face psycobilly than their previous releases. Still good, and still recommended though. It does get a bit chicy, but not overly so.

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Brian from Galt, CA 
Aug 15 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Horrorpops are one of the best bands out there. That said...this album is just as good as the bands other cds. All the tracks pack a punch both lyrically and sound wise. I think one of big differneces between this cd and the others is a bit of 80s flare. You can hear the new wave influnce bleeding through on a few of the tracks which is awesome. Another difference is the lack of duet between Patricia and Nekroman like the other Cds. However the Japanese release does have a cover of Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell" on which Nekroman sings a verse. I love how the Horrorpops switch it up. If you're looking for something new this is for you. This is not your average Psychobilly cd. It's not really psycho at's better. So check it out! Support the Horrorpops and the great music they are giving us.

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Christin from Pikeville, KY 
Feb 24 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

they still sound awesome even if though the band has fewer members. a lot more rough and in your face, but still as dancy and doo-wop as ever. however, "hell yeah!" will still be my fav. patricia day has an amazing voice. still a great album for any horrorpops fan.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Feb 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The third album from The Horrorpops and it's a great one. The track "Hitchcock Starlet" is worth the price of the CD/LP alone in my opinnion. I was curious to how the Horrorpops would sound now that they have gone through some more lineup changes, but they sound better than ever.

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James from Canyon Country, CA 
Feb 11 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I really like this album. I have not been dissapointed in the Horrorpops yet. Very good hooks on all the songs plus they talk some shit about Poison, how can you go wrong?

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Ramasean from Spokane, WA 
Feb 6 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When i saw that the pops had a new CD out i jumped at the chance to get it. well worth the money allsongs on kiss kiss kill kill are very good they out did there selfs on this one so what are you waiting for buy buy buy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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