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King Khan & The Shrines.
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July 10, 2014 The over-the-top Berlin band performs three songs that combine garage-rock, soul and psychedelia.
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Clockwise from upper left: Paul McCartney, King Khan & The Shrines, Moby, Tim Hecker.
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September 3, 2013 Hear some of this fall's biggest releases, with songs from McCartney, Hecker, Moby, Diarrhea Planet, King Khan & The Shrines, and The So So Glos. Also, we bid farewell to intern Thor Slaughter.
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July 13, 2009 Garage-rock eccentric King Khan may be from Montreal, but his heart is almost a thousand miles away, throbbing from Atlanta to Castle City, Mont., until it hits cardiac arrest in Kalamazoo. Khan and His Shrines warn that this so-called "Land of the Freak" is where only the strong survive, but it's a strength that can't be measured in muscle.
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