The Kinks Ranked

by Tim Sentz
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With the recent buzz about a reunion (for the 1000th time) and the recent Arthur reissue announcement, it seemed like a good time to reflect on the underrated British rock band The Kinks. Always remembered for "Lola" and "You Really Got Me," the Davies brothers have one of the richest catalogs, but also one of the most perplexing.
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Massive Kinks fan here. My 2 cents: Something Else tops my list. One of my fave albums of all time. Followed by Village Green. Their debut & Kontroversy are classics in my book. I think Powerman has some amazing stuff on it but is overall...

Massive Kinks fan here. My 2 cents: Something Else tops my list. One of my fave albums of all time. Followed by Village Green. Their debut & Kontroversy are classics in my book. I think Powerman has some amazing stuff on it but is overall inconsistent & overrated. Feel the same about Arthur. Muswell gets my vote for their strongest 70's album. Word of Mouth also holds up remarkably well.

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Love The Kinks. Have a soft spot for Muswell Hillbillies as it took me forever to track down a copy. All the different vice songs are hard to resist and easy to relate to. The Kink Kronikles compilation is one of the best of any band with all...

Love The Kinks. Have a soft spot for Muswell Hillbillies as it took me forever to track down a copy. All the different vice songs are hard to resist and easy to relate to. The Kink Kronikles compilation is one of the best of any band with all the great non-album singles. Would go through weeks where I would listen to nothing but Kink's albums or The Jam.

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