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Kinky Mink

by Kinky Mink

Kinky Mink is lounge metal at its sexiest--think Jessica Rabbit meets Motley Crew!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Dirty Deeds
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2. Enter Sandman
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3. Nobody's Fool
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4. Every Rose Has Its Thorn
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5. Sharp Dressed Man
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6. White Wedding
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7. Crazy Train
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8. I Hate Myself (For Loving You)
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9. Love Is a Battlefield
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10. You Give Love a Bad Name
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11. Smokin' in the Boys Room
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12. Rapture
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the mood to hear Axel or Ozzie while drinking a martini? Meet Kinky Mink, Denver ’s only 80’s hairband metal lounge group. Sly, swanky and sultry, imagine Jessica Rabbit meets Motley Crew. Local nightclub favorites, vocalist Nancy Stohlman, pianist Nick Busheff, and percussionist Rory Reagan are classically trained and award-winning artists, musicians and composers, who have rearranged, recomposed, and re-envisioned heavy metal for the jazz scene, paying homage to the original while keeping it “kinky.” Featuring: Nancy Stohlman, vocals; Nick Busheff, piano/keys; Scott Ryplewski, percussion.

“The result is a show that combines the elegance of lounge with the sing-along prowess of ’80s metal!”
Robin Edwards, The Westword

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