The Kitchens of Distinction's early comparisons ran the gamut from Echo and the Bunnymen and the Chameleons to older fret-benders like Neil Young and Jimi Hendrix. What the comparisons were all aiming to describe was the band's secret weapon - Swales' awesome abilities on guitar, which created tenderness and overdriven power. On Love Is Hell, the band's debut, the Kitchens sound like they're feeling their way around a studio, with rougher, punkier edges on some numbers (notably the thrashy rant against the workday grind, "Mainly Mornings").
In A Cave 4:35
Time To Groan 3:55
The 3rd Time We Opened The Capsule 3:20
Her Last Day In Bed 4:32
Courage, Mother 2:50
Mainly Mornings 3:14
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