*REISSUE: ALBUM ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 1992, WITH LAST PRESSING RELEASED THAT SAME YEAR*
The Death of Cool is the third studio album from British alternative rock band Kitchens of Distinction
They recorded the LP with Hugh Jones again in the driving seat. The album, which was named in honour of the passing of Miles Davies.
KOD's US label opted for “Smiling” as an introductory single for US audiences, having disagreed with the band's decision to release “Breathing Fear” initially – a song about 'gay bashing'. The label felt that the subject matter was too touchy, yet Read More +