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Black Hills: Intermissions 2

Quick Kick

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1.1
Ashes Over Rapid City
Quick Kick
7:20
1.2
Frontierland
Quick Kick
7:49
1.3
Dead Presidents
Quick Kick
4:38
1.4
Crazy Horse
Quick Kick
8:40
1.5
The Windcave Inquiries
Quick Kick
6:01
1.6
Baby Mammoth
Quick Kick
5:59
1.7
The Valley Of Healing Waters
Quick Kick
5:58
1.8
Galena Burns 88
Quick Kick
11:20
Total Playing Time    57:45
From the moment he sprouted ears and learned to tap his toes, Quick Kick’s musical maneuvers have constantly evolved: catalyzed and coalesced by the sounds he encounters. From Morricone to Depeche Mode, from the Muppet Show to Motorhead, Quick Kick received, absorbed, synthesized and re-output.

His style and sound as varied as his influences, the 2017 release of Greater Golden Horseshoe and Galactic Conquest represents an artist at the peak of his abilities. Now crystallized into the sensational sonic form of Quick Kick, his newest offering Black Hills: Intermissions 2 continues his trajectory, drawing on the rich symphony of his past to craft beats that feed and soothe the future soul.
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