Kula Shaker: Revenge Of The King

I suppose a 4 track EP doesn’t really qualify as an album, but what the hell, it’s my list, so I make up the rules, if you don’t like them make your own list of albums from 2006. Kula Shaker disappeared after their first 2 albums in 1996 and 1998, then Crispian Mills made a couple albums with the Jeeva’s before reforming Kula Shaker this year and playing a few shows where I picked up a signed copy of this EP. The success of the EP and the concerts has resulted in a return to the studio and a prospect of a new album next year. They’ve lost a little of that Eastern influence and the Hammond organ (with the departure of Jay Darlington), but the core sound of the first 2 album remains.