SALEM (6) ‎– King Night

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King Night 3:49
Asia 3:35
Frost 3:24
Sick 3:19
Release Da Boar 5:00
Trapdoor 4:31
Redlights 3:42
Hound 4:32
Traxx 4:41
Tair 2:08
Killer 4:51
Asia
Dirt

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IAM 042, IAM042 SALEM (6) King Night(CD, Album + 7", Ltd, W/Lbl, Sta) IAmSound Records, IAmSound Records IAM 042, IAM042 US 2010 Sell This Version
IAM042LP SALEM (6) King Night(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) IAmSound Records IAM042LP US 2010
IAM 042, 88697 78956 2, 88697789562 SALEM (6) King Night(CD, Album) IAmSound Records, Sony Music, Sony Music IAM 042, 88697 78956 2, 88697789562 Europe 2010 Sell This Version
IAM 042 SALEM (6) King Night(CD, Album) IAmSound Records IAM 042 US 2010 Sell This Version
none SALEM (6) King Night(CD, Album, Promo) Columbia none UK & Europe 2010 Sell This Version
IAM038 SALEM (6) King Night(CDr, Album, Promo) IAmSound Records IAM038 US 2010 Sell This Version
IAM 042L SALEM (6) King Night(LP, Album) IAmSound Records IAM 042L US 2010 Sell This Version
IAM 042L SALEM (6) King Night(LP, Album + 7", W/Lbl, Ltd, Sta) IAmSound Records IAM 042L US 2010 Sell This Version

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oopu

oopu

January 14, 2015
referencing King Night, LP, Album, IAM 042L
yea it sounds, as you would hope for on a slab of vinyl, transforrmative.
oopu

oopu

January 14, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
referencing King Night, CD, Album + 7", Ltd, W/Lbl, Sta, IAM 042, IAM042
this spawned a gazillion projects that we will never admit~
soevil

soevil

October 8, 2014
referencing King Night, CD, Album + 7", Ltd, W/Lbl, Sta, IAM 042, IAM042
Salem's level of success can probably be attributed to the magic of the internet and the insatiable appetite of style-hungry hipsters. Their music is so ridiculously raw and subversive that it's power seems to creep up on you like a phantom bowl pack of hydro. It doesn't hit you right away, but nevertheless you eventually find yourself listening often and craving more. The mood is darker than dark, dirty as a Detroit gutter and oddly emotional. The imagery is more important than it should have to be, without it the music wouldn't be as immediate and understandable...which isn't really a bad thing. The end result is pleasing to those of us who've grown old and tired of the same old genres and sub genres we once worshipped in our not too distant youth. We're a little older now, but not too old to sport inverted crosses under our business suits and bob our heads to Salem's infinite collection of trap beats. King Knight hits hard.