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Killin Me Kid's debut studio album is a love letter to Quarter-Life-Crises. The album's tracklist is a compilation of fan favorites from the band's live set. Itwas recorded over 3 weekends in Boise, Idaho. The band tracked the songs as live as possible, recording without a click track and keeping only the first few takes of each song. Jesse then layered in the vocals and guitars after the base track was recorded. The result is an album that captures the energy of a Killin Me Kid live show while allowing for sonic experimentation only possible in the studio.

Killin Me Kid's debut studio album is a love letter to Quarter-Life-Crises. The album's tracklist is a compilation of fan favorites from the band's live set. Itwas recorded over 3 weekends in Boise, Idaho. The band tracked the songs as live as possible, recording without a click track and keeping only the first few takes of each song. Jesse then layered in the vocals and guitars after the base track was recorded. The result is an album that captures the energy of a Killin Me Kid live show while allowing for sonic experimentation only possible in the studio.

195937796628

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Format: CD
Rel. Date: 03/26/2021
UPC: 195937796628

Slightly Confused And Vaguely Amused
Artist: Killin Me Kid
Format: CD
New: IN STOCK AT OUR STORE $9.99
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DISC: 1

1. Take Me Away
2. Certain Kind of Sad
3. Fadeaway
4. How This is Going to End
5. Come Downtown
6. For Nothing
7. Sweet and Pretty Things
8. Denial
9. Lessons Learned

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Killin Me Kid are an indie rock band from Boise, Idaho. Jesse Moneyhun started the band in 2019 with Wil Sexton, later adding Jackson DiNucci to the lineup. Current members include Jesse, Jackson, Kale Brown, and Gary Brock.

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Killin Me Kid's debut studio album is a love letter to Quarter-Life-Crises. The album's tracklist is a compilation of fan favorites from the band's live set. Itwas recorded over 3 weekends in Boise, Idaho. The band tracked the songs as live as possible, recording without a click track and keeping only the first few takes of each song. Jesse then layered in the vocals and guitars after the base track was recorded. The result is an album that captures the energy of a Killin Me Kid live show while allowing for sonic experimentation only possible in the studio.

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