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Kinks is the self-titled debut album by English rock band The Kinks, released in 1964. It was released with three tracks omitted as You Really Got Me in the United States. The album was re-released in 1998 in the UK on Castle Records with twelve bonus tracks. This reissue was itself reissued in 2004 on the Sanctuary label.
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In actuality, this album is a first in a few different genres of music. Not only was the raw sound on this album a predecessor to punk rock, but also hard rock and possibly even heavy metal. I've heard numerous metal musicians say in interviews that "You Really Got Me" is considered to be the first heavy metal song ever written. Now, I wouldn't necessarily go that far (to me, heavy metal generally brings thoughts of bands like Black Sabbath and Judas Priest), but it was definitely a huge inspiration to many of the first true metal bands. The first Kinks albums I ever listened to were their 'Face to Face' and 'Village Green Preservation Society' albums, both of which were quite soft in comparison and had more in common with groups like The Beatles than the music contained on this album. Needless to say, this caught me a little off guard when I first heard it. There were also a lot of cover songs on here.
The Kinks' second concept album 'Arthur' was released on Oct. 10, 1969. The Kinks' Ray Davies was not easily deterred. After his band's initial concept album (1968's The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society) became their first record that failed to chart on either side of the Atlantic, other songwriters might have abruptly changed course. Under a rallying cry of "give the people what they want," they may have cowered in the relative safety of a series of singles, a collection of unrelated tunes – anything easy that did not resemble a song cycle. Instead, Davies began work on an even more ambitious project
Although the best of the Kinks' early work is among the best British Invasion music, their initial pair of albums was far less consistent than those of the Beatles, Stones, and Who. Aside from the great "You Really Got Me," this was a shabby, disappointing set with surprisingly thin production
The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire). The Great Lost Kinks Album. Come Dancing with the Kinks: The Best of 1977-1986. The Kinks Are Well Respected Men. 1988. BBC Sessions: 1964-1977.
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- Pressed By – United Record Pressing
- Lacquer Cut At – Prairie Cat Mastering
- Lacquer Cut By – MJR*
- Recorded By – Matt Castore
NotesI Drove the Sinks Winter Tour Edition
Green sleeve, alternate artwork
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- Barcode (Side A runout, hand-etched): FIR-036-A PCMJR ⓤ
- Barcode (Side B runout, hand-etched): FIR-036-B PCMJR ⓤ
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