9 thoughts on “ King Of Fools - King Of Fools (CD, Album) ”

  1. King of Fools is an album by British rock band Delirious?, initially released in June The full-length project showcased a new mainstream sound, whilst retaining many of the core themes found in their Cutting Edge EPs. Stylistically, the album epitomises the band's similarity to U2, an influence which was highlighted by several critics on release. Genre: Rock, Christian rock.
  2. This CD should have done well, but, regrettably, the independent, New York-based Imago Recording Company was unable to break King of Fools. Produced by John Punter and King of Fools' lead singer Roy White, the album favors a very clean and sleek production style.
  3. Sep 19,  · King of Fools Lyrics: Beauty pearls on the disco ante / Boiled and shinning like a brand new [?] / She says, "Welcome to Hell" / I say, "Call me Dante" / She's got .
  4. King Of Fools grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo In addition to its message of all-out, headlong surrender to the Gospel, Delirious's first widely accessible album also has just plain old good music. Often described as the "new U2," Delirious's resemblance is not hard to detect/5(36).
  5. 1) Sanctify 2) Deeper 3) Revival Town 4) All the Way 5) August 30th 6) Promise 7) King or Cripple 8) Hands of Kindness 9) Louder Than the Radio 10) White Ribbon Day.
  6. King of Fools, released last year in the UK, is just now making its way over to "this side of the pond" and is composed of 13 exceptionally well-crafted tracks that, lyrically, speak directly to youth populations of both cultures who are seeking their spiritual path. Perhaps the /5(14).
  7. Mar 30,  · All Rights to the band I do not own any rights! (King of the Fools [bonus track in cassette and CD versions] ) Twisted Sister - Come Out and Play Dee Snider -- lead vocals, backing vocals.
  8. Like Delirious?'s first album, Cutting Edge, King of Fools has echoes of '80s U2, but the band accentuates the Christian undertones in Bono's lyrics, creating a modern rock record that resonates with spirituality. There are a few awkward moments and underdeveloped songs that prevent the record from being as consistently compelling as its predecessor, but the album offers more proof that.

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