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Holy Roller Novocaine EP Single, EP

4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Feb. 18 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0000894OY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,155 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Molly's Chambers
2. Wasted Time
3. California Waiting
4. Wicker Chair
5. Holy Roller Novocaine

Product Description

Discovered by Those Responsible for Signing the Strokes, Kings Debut EP Includes Five Tracks Including the Radio Single "Molly's Chambers".

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By A Customer on March 17 2003
Format: Audio CD
Holy Roller Novocaine is a great EP. Songs like Molly's Chambers and California Waiting are great songs that you can never get tired of. The title of the EP, Holy Roller Novocaine is also a great song, same with wicker chair and wasted time. Every song on this EP is strong and great songs. You can never get tired of these songs.
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By A Customer on June 20 2003
Format: Audio CD
What's up with people constantly comparing rock bands to the Strokes these days. So yeah, it's good ole fashioned rock and roll, and a delight to hear a new band come out that isn't some rap/rock or teen angst spin off. Haven't gotten to see these guys live yet, but they really have a chemistry going and this album is fun!
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This is a great EP (mini-album). I have listened to this CD about 10 times in the past week. I read a web site that said Kings of Leon are one of 10 new bands to watch in 2003. The site had an interview with the band and talked a lot about their upbringing and creative process. I picked up the CD at a local record store and have been wanting more ever since.
Kings of Leon have a good sense of time and know when to rock and how to write lyrics. There really isn't a band that can be used in a comparison. The Kings of Leon have a distinctive sound that isn't Southern Rock. It isn't alternative. It isn't bar room rock. It isn't garage rock. It is hard to nail down exactly what they sound like.
They are straight ahead rock...coming from a Southern geography. This EP is an excellent introduction to the band that only leaves fans wanting more. The driving guitars, timely rhythm section, and unique vocal talents of the band are showcased in 5 songs. It is a much appreciated endeavor that far surpasses the "talent" that has been spewed forth from the recording industry in the past couple of years. If this band can stay together, they will be a very big thing in the future. Buy this record and PLAY IT LOUD.
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Don't Buy This album if you already have 'Youth and Young Manhood.' They broke alot of unwritten rules by releasing an album that had all the songs from their ep except one (which was left out for a reason) Buy their music, but not this album.
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Personally, I like the Kings Of Leon very much. This is a pretty good EP. If you haven't seen them live, you haven't lived. I saw them with The Coral and they both just blew both myself and the crowd away. Despite some of the negative things that some might say about them, they still are very cool and considerate guys. All of them are good spunky southern rocker boys all at a young age. The youngest ones are guitarist Matthew Followill and bassist Jared Followill (both around the age of 18). They all have good reationships with each other, despite the fact that 3 of them are brothers (Caleb, Nathan, and Jared) and the other one is their first cousin (Matthew).
The kings know how to rock!
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This EP is alright by me, sort of like The Allman Brothers Band or Lynard Skynard. Its a good listen especially the 2nd and 5th songs. Kings of Leon are a part of the "second-generation new (old) rock revolution," The first being The White Stripes, The Strokes, The Hives and to a lesser extent The Vines. The second wave includes the Kings of Leon, the Raveonettes, and the Black Keys. These bands were already together and the Stroke's sucess basically got them their record deals. Soon you'll see the dreaded 3rd generation of bands who started up when they heard the Strokes (shudder,) but for now enjoy this southern-rock gem.
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