To say that The King Blues was a complete dub/reggae assault would be limiting this
Take for instance “We Ain’t Never Done”, a folk song laced with snotty punk gang vocals that were reminiscent of The River City Rebels. However, songs such as the acapella doo-wop song “If I Had A Coin…” and the piano based ragtime “Getting Out Of Here” truly shows the diversity of song writing abilities that The King Blues possesses. The lyrics are incredibly socially conscience, and unlike many contemporaries, they focus on the hopefulness of change through mass action. If there ever was a peaceful revolution throughout our world, Under the Fog definitely could be the soundtrack.