I’m picking up on the FB Throw Back Thursday trend. It’s blatant nostalgia-ism. But that’s alright, I’m a sucker for that kind of thing.
So it was late 1992 when I first heard this one. I instantly was hooked, as it was smack in the middle of shoegazer dominance. It’s so British and I that about it.
Released in August of 1992, The Death of Cool was the Kitchen’s third full length. And while 4 Men had previously appeared B-side a 1989 single off of their debut album, Love Is Hell, this is the version that’s known. Less jangly, more frenetic.