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Save The World Get The Girl

Released on 20 October 2008

Artist: The King Blues

5.0 out of 5 (16 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. My Boulder
  2. I Got Love
  3. The Schemers, The Scroungers, And The Rats
  4. Underneath This Lamppost Light
  5. Save The World, Get The Girl
  6. For You My Darling
  7. The Streets Are Ours
  8. Let's Hang The Landlord (Album Version Dirty)
  9. Out Of Luck
  10. Hold On Tight
  11. What If Punk Never Happened

customer Reviews

 Average rating (16 reviews)

 Five Star Band, Five Star Album.

| | See all SwayMckenzie's reviews (13)

I seen these guys live the other day and bought the album afterwards. They are amazing, the songs all have hard hitting messages and they are a mix of punk, rock and soul sounding songs.

If you want a great album then there are no better bands out there right now than The King Blues.

I personally reccomend this album to all.

 King Blues - Save The World....

| | See all DyingWorlds's reviews (1)

I'd never heard of King Blues until I saw them supporting Rancid. At first I was a bit pessimistic, I thought "Great, another bad ska band" but I was so impressed with the songs and the sheer energy that they displayed, that I bought their second album on the way out.
Fantastic album, some excellent songs, some soppy songs, but even they're good. I found the stand out track to be "If Punk Never Happened", but "Hang The Landlord", "Save the World...." and "These Streets are Ours" will have you singing these songs for days afterwards. If you like conscientious music then The King Blues may be the band for you, mixing soulful beats, unmistakeably ska riffs and Itch's cheeky chappy way of writing/singing these are definately a band to watch out for.

Oh if you get the chance, see them live! 5/5!

 my favourite album of the year

| | See all WhiteManInCrown's reviews (1)

"Punk rock has the power to change the world" and if anyone can prove it, The King Blues can. There is not a weak track on this album.

track by track review:

My Boulder - loved it when I first heard it played live. Don't really need to hear it anymore but a good way to start the album

I Got Love - anthem

The Schemers - possibly my fave track on the album. can't stop singing it. One for fans of The Pogues and Flogging Molly.

Underneath This Lamppost Light - yes it is soppy as anything but I have to say I like it, but then I also like More Than Words by Extreme.

Save The World - love the lyrics, not totally sure about hte music although it is catchy.

For You My Darling - Fun and might burn it to a CD for the girlfriend but not my favourite.

The Streets Are Ours - Awesome! Almost as good as the live version. Amazing lyrics and I love the drum solo (there's something I never thought I'd write).

Let's Hang The Landlord - Such an amazing track. There should be more story songs.

Out Of Luck - v pretty and wouldn't be out of place on a billy bragg album from the 80s

Hold On Tight - not my favourite to begin with, but by the end, its awesome

What If Punk Never Happened - I still find this inspiring and moving every time i hear it.

Good price from play.com for this album as well and the CD comes with videos, photos and a comic book on the disc so if you are a fan of TKBs I would buy the CD even if you already have the audio.

 They sure did save the world

| | See all RAWstar's reviews (18)

Epic album. A great mix of ska and punk and a welcomed move away from hard ska seen in Under The Fog. This album has it all from the angry almost Clash feel of 'The Streets Are Ours' to the more calm lovesong of 'Lampost' to the epic closing poem 'What If Punk Never Happened?' Well worth a listen

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