King Khan

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Arish Ahmad Khan
Simon Wojan
Till Timm

Six years since the release of King Khan & The Shrines last album, What Is!?, Idle No More is full of sweat-drenched, ass shaking, groovy, psyched-out numbers, complete with rip roaring horn lines, southern fried guitar riffs and lysergic melodies.

King Khan offered this statement on the release:

It has been a lengthy hiatus, but we have finally finished our latest “masterpiece” and named it after an incredible indigenous-rights movement that is happening right now called Idle No More.

I was born and raised in Montreal and spent a lot of time on the Kahnawake Mohawk Indian reservation. Much of my juvenile delinquent training came from years of tripping out there with my best friends. I began the Shrines in 1999 with the blessings from my brothers in The Spaceshits, right after we disbanded. The dream was to make something reminiscent of Sun Ra, James Brown, and Otis Redding with a hint of The Velvet Underground, Love, The Monks and about a million other influences that riddled my LSD-soaked brain at the tender age of 22.

The Shrines was my pirate ship and we sailed many a turbulent sea, spreading our music “like peanut butter” all over the world. We celebrated our cult “underground” status and became the kings we are through word of mouth and by making an “aural eyegasm” that has often been called the “wildest show on earth.”

Idle No More is probably the most refined piece of music we have made to date. The songs are about the state of the world we live in today. It took a long time to make, but we are very proud and pleased to bring you this album. I hope that the future will brighten up every time it is played. Ultimately, John and Yoko were absolutely right: LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED!

Peace and Love,

King Bama Lama Khan
Emperor of RnB

Imagine Roky Erickson backed by the Sun Ra Arkestra or Wilson Pickett and The Velvet Underground, or picture the love child of Anubis and Kali. King Khan & The Shrines is more than a psychedelic soul band with a spectacle of a stage show. They are a cult musical phenomenon and simply one of the most entertaining groups the world has seen and heard since the days of Ike + Tina.


King Khan Three Hairs and You’re Mine

Three Hairs and You're Mine
Kukamonga Boogaloo
Fool Like Me
Don't Walk Away
Saba Lou
King of the Jungle
Live Fast Die Strong
Que Lindo Sueno
Tell Me
Crackin' Up
The Mashed Potato Itch
Shivers Down My Spine

King Khan Murderburgers

Discreate Disguise
It's Just Begun
Run Doggy Run
It's A Lie
Born In 77
Desert Mile
Too Hard Too Fast
Teeth Are Shite
Born To Die
Winter Weather

King Khan What Is​?​!

(How Can I Keep You) Outta Harms Way
I Wanna Be a Girl
Welfare Bread
Land of the Freak
I See Lights
69 Faces of Love
No Regrets
Cosmic Serenade
Le Fils de Jacques Dutronc
Let Me Holler
In Your Grave
Take a Little Break
Fear & Love
The Ballad of Lady Godiva

King Khan Idle No More

Born to Die
Bite My Tongue
Thorn in Her Pride
Luckiest Man
Better Luck Next Time
Pray for Lil
Bad Boy
So Wild
Yes I Can't
I Got Made
Of Madness I Dream

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Waddlin' Around
Get Down
Hold Me Tight
Love You So
Got It Made
Am I The One
Take Me Back
Pig Pig
Shake Real Low
Bimbo's Theme
Lil' Girl In The Woods
Outta My Mind
Mind Body & Soul