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    Capsule: The Best of KOD: 1988-94

    • Year Released: 2003
    Capsule: The Best of KOD 1988–94 is a compilation album by British alternative rock/dream pop group Kitchens of Distinction. The two disc set was released by One Little Indian Records on April 21, 2003. The first disc features some of the band's best songs, culled from their four albums: Love Is Hell (1989); Strange Free World (1991); The Death of Cool (1992); and Cowboys and Aliens (1994), while the bonus disc collects B-sides, acoustic versions and live tracks. The booklet features track-by-track notes by lead singer Patrick Fitzgerald. All songs written and composed by Kitchens of Distinction.  Disc one: Disc two:
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    Cowboys and Aliens

    • Year Released: 1994
    Cowboys and Aliens is the fourth and last studio album by British alternative rock/dream pop group Kitchens of Distinction, released on October 3, 1994 in the UK by One Little Indian Records and on January 24, 1995 by A Records in the US. The album was recorded in Kippford, Scotland at Pete Bartlett's Radio King studio through the summer and autumn of 1993. One Little Indian rejected the album twice, and eventually, both label and band agreed to bring in up-and-coming producer Pascal Gabriel to work on a couple of tracks. One of the label's complaints about the album as the band originally submitted it was that they felt it lacked a potential hit single, so Gabriel produced a new song ("Come on Now") that the band had written after the rest of the album had already been recorded; Gabriel also remixed two of the album's other tracks (the opener "Sand on Fire" and first single "Now It's Time to Say Goodbye"). Although the band admitted that they enjoyed working with Gabriel, the changes did nothing to help the album's dismal sales. By the end of 1995, both A and OLI had dropped the band. Following the album's release, the band shortened their name to Kitchens O.D. and recorded
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    Drive That Fast

    • Year Released: 1990
    Drive that Fast is a 1991 EP from UK alternative rock group Kitchens of Distinction. The EP follows the studio album Love is Hell. The title track later appeared on the full-length album Strange Free World.
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    Love Is Hell

    Love Is Hell

    • Year Released: 1989
    Love Is Hell is the debut album by British alternative rock/dream pop group Kitchens of Distinction, first released in April 1989 by One Little Indian Records in the UK and A Records in the US. While the album earned KOD comparisons to bands like Echo & the Bunnymen and The Chameleons, the guitar soundscapes created by Julian Swales and the passionate lyrics and vocal delivery from Patrick Fitzgerald gave Kitchens of Distinction their own signature sound. The album also maintains a punkier sound than to be featured on the band's later albums. The 1993 CD edition of the album includes the band's 1989 "Elephantine" EP as 4 bonus tracks. The album takes its title from the last line in "Hammer," a song about love gone wrong: All songs written and composed by Kitchens of Distinction; all lyrics by Patrick Fitzgerald.
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    Strange Free World

    • Year Released: 1991
    Strange Free World is the second album by British alternative rock/dream pop group Kitchens of Distinction, released on February 19, 1991 in the US by A Records and on March 18, 1991 in the UK by One Little Indian Records. It is the follow-up to their 1989 debut Love Is Hell. Noted producer Hugh Jones, who worked with Echo & the Bunnymen (on their 1981 album Heaven Up Here), among many others, helped KOD to sound more at ease in the studio. Reviewer Ned Raggett notes that "Musically, the tunes sound quite ambitious in many ways, often steering away from conventional verse-chorus-verse formulas," and calling the album an overall excellent effort; it is often considered one of the group's best works, as well as possibly its most popular and commercially successful, charting at #45 on the UK Albums Chart. The album also includes KOD's only UK charting single "Drive That Fast," which charted at #93 on the UK Singles Chart. All songs written and composed by Kitchens of Distinction.
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    The Death of Cool

    • Year Released: 1992
    The Death of Cool is the third studio album from UK alternative rock group Kitchens of Distinction. The album is the follow-up to 1991's Strange Free World and was once again produced by Hugh Jones. While considered by most fans to be their strongest effort, the album was largely ignored by the general public in the midst of the popularity of grunge rock in 1992. Allmusic critic Ned Raggett praises the album as a "multifaceted, deeply felt hour of music that is easily the equal of such similar masterpieces of post-punk guitar rock as the Chameleons' Script of the Bridge and the Sound' Heads and Hearts."
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