On “Invisible Girl” King Khan and Mark “BBQ” Sultan are back with another tribute to 50s and 60s garage rock, real r&b and doo wop. Yup, the force of Bo Diddley and Sam Cooke is strong in this one. Yet they are so much more than just a tribute. For that the songs are just too good with tons of great melodies.
I wish I could be just as in awe of their lyrical qualities but you don’t have to look for any pearls of wisdom here. Nope, this twosome would much rather sing about a girl called Anala or about the joys of oral sex (“Tastebuds”). But it’s exactly that combination of juvenile joking and great songwriting that makes “Invisible Girl” so much fun to listen to.