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The Impossible is the only solo album of English singer Ken Lockie, after dissolving his band, Cowboys International, in 1980.
The Impossible Kid by Aesop Rock, released 29 April 2016 1. Mystery Fish 2. Rings 3. Lotta Years 4. Dorks 5. Rabies 6. Supercell 7. Blood Sandwich 8. Get Out of the Car 9. Shrunk 10. Kirby 11. TUFF 12. Lazy Eye 13. Defender 14. Water Tower 15. Molecules Indie-rap mainstay Aesop Rock has announced his new album, The Impossible Kid, dropping April 29th on Rhymesayers Entertainment, marking his first solo venture since 2012’s Skelethon. On the new album, Aesop continues finding new ways to improve on the skills that have made him one of the kings of indie hip-hop.
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Style: pop. Album year: 2012. Ken Lockie - Dance House 02:55. Ken Lockie - Theme of the Impossible 04:33. Ken Lockie - Puppet 03:18. Ken Lockie - Tenderness of Fools 03:23. Ken Lockie - Footsteps 03:17. Ken Lockie - Stiletto 04:19. Ken Lockie - Twisting 03:42. Ken Lockie - Too Much Little 03:36. Ken Lockie - As Good As Gold 04:27.
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Studio album by Ken Lockie. The Impossible is the only solo album of English singer Ken Lockie, after dissolving his band, Cowboys International, in 1980. It was released by Virgin Records, in 1981, and was recorded with the help of two of the former Lockie bandmates in Cowboys International, guitarist Stevie Shears and drummer Paul Simon, and other known musicians, like John McGeoch of Siouxsie and the Banshees (guitar), John Doyle (drums), Preston Heyman of Tom Robinson Band (drums), Joe Dworniak of Shake Shake! and I-Level (bass)