A classic British album from The Kinks discography gets a reissue complete with its original UK tracklisting. Named in reference to their notorious reputation at the time, The Kink Kontroversy begins to show shades of the future potential of Davies’ songwriting. Reissued on 140g vinyl by Sanctuary.
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 30th January 2015
By the time Kontroversy had been released, Ray had written and released "Well Respected Man" and "See My Friends," both not only completely different sounds for the Kinks, but lyrically very interesting. So, why did Ray revert to catchy pop tunes? Nonetheless, I really enjoy listening to Kink Kontroversy, and I find it to be a fun way to get back to the 60's. Lots of power, lots of power chording, and lots of catchy lyrics. It was definitely the last time The Kinks would release such an album, and it serves us all well, even today.
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