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Boomkat Product Review:
His first official solo album, King Creosote's Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides takes its musical cues from lo-fi folktronica and its orthographical cues from Slade. If only it was the other way around. Regardless, you can expect a wealth of charming alt. pop on this 2003 album, on the one hand delving into classic acoustic songwriting (accordion and all) whilst on the other getting friendly with a sampler. Part of Kenny Anderson's success is that even in these very low-grade productions there are some ambitious ideas floating around, whether that be on the building loop structures of 'So Forlorn' or the beautiful, unplugged chantey sounds of 'Pulling Up Creels'. This re-release manages to simultaneously chart how far King Creosote's moved on as an artist in the past five years or so, and remind you that he's been putting out top quality records all the while.