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Corridor X

by Kill, Baby... Kill!

Reverb obsessed hoodlums, hell-bent on destruction. Psycho Surf from the Deep South!
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Corridor X
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2. Occupation of the Body Snatchers
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3. Meltdown in Sector 9
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4. Hunting for the Dead
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5. Suppose the Doomsday Cults Were Right?
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6. Something On the Wing
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7. Love Theme for a Twisted Mind
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8. Turn Your Insides Out
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9. Ant Invasion
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10. Trixoin Twist
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11. Psycho Beach Party
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12. Duck & Cover
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The debut CD from Alabama's aggressive punk-surf combo Kill, Baby...Kill! Filtered through the reverb-drenched sounds of the early ´60s surf explosion with a backdrop of 1980’s hardcore/punk, Kill, Baby...Kill! have created an original instrumental path of chaos.

"What a fantastic rocking album! Wall to wall energy from the opening wild drums of “Corridor X” to the very last track. It’s like “Ventures in Space” on punk laser!" New Gandy Dancer

"Corridor X is 33 minutes of blazing, action-packed, thrilling, instro music. Magnificently orchestrated and played, its 12 tracks took me on a total mind-tripping freakout. By the way, I occasionally heard people talking (or plotting against me) in the background. No, I'm not paranoid." Surfrockmusic.com

"Yet another great Alabama surf/instro combo...absolutely packed with mesmerizing surf with a punk rock edge..." Continental Magazine

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Jim

Instro Rock at its best
Corridor X is everything I love about instrumental rock. Singers are cute and all, but why ruin perfect drums, bass, keyboards, and sweet, sweet reverb with puny human vocal chords? Let’s load all the singers into a cannon and fire them into the sun. Who’s with me!?
But I digress.
Corridor X is high-energy from the first song to the last... from the blistering bass-line of the title track, to the wicked riffs of Psycho Beach Party. And if you can listen to Ant Invasion, complete with B-Movie sample, or Duck and Cover and it’s 50’s Atomic Bomb public service announcement, without grinning stupidly… you have no soul, Sir.
Bravo KBK!
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