King of Cream

Album: Happy Suicide, Jim! (2006)

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  • Cevin Soling of The Love Kills Theory: "King of Cream is borrowed heavily from Wallace Steven's, The Emperor of Ice Cream; hence the title. He expresses an ambivalence about existence, but our take is completely life affirming." (Check out our interview with Cevin Soling.)

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