Louis XIV

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Louis XIV

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Also Known As

Jason Hill, Brian Karscig, Mark Maigaard, Jimmy Armbrust
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Louis XIV was formed in San Diego, California in April 2003. "The Best Little Secrets Are Kept" was their bebut album, released in March 2005, this was following the release of their first EP "Illegal Tender" in January 2005. "Finding Out True Love Is Blind" was their first…more

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  • Trivia

    • Their self titled first album only sold 1000 copies.

    • Single Discography

      2005 - Finding Out True Love Is Blind

      2005 - God Killed The Queen

      2007 - Air Traffic Control

    • Album Discography

      2003 - Louis XIV

      2005 - Illegal Tender (EP)

      2005 - The Best Little Secrets Are Kept

      2007 - The Distance From Everyone To You (EP)

      2008 - Slick Dogs And Ponies

    • The album "The Best Little Secrets are Kept" was the first album to receive a parental advisory warning for content on the album cover due to the original cover art featuring a naked woman from behind.

    • Band Members
      Jason Hill - Vocalist/Guitarist
      Brian Karscig - Vocalist/Guitarist
      Mark Maigaard - Drummer
      Jimmy Armbrust - Bassist

  • Quotes

    • Jason Hill: When you hang out with us, you realize that we like having a laugh. But Alabama banned us-we weren't allowed to perform in the state. I have no idea why. I've been called a sexist and a male chauvinist. There was a really great article in San Francisco's paper, The Guardian, which was about 10 Reasons Why You Should Not Like Louis XIV; it was the greatest article I've ever read. I've even been called a racist when I used the terms Chocolate Girl and Vanilla Girl. I was trying to be playful and flirtatious. People don't realize when we're being tongue-in-cheek. But in some ways, the most negative press can also be the biggest compliment.

    • Jason Hill: (On Louis XIV's style of music) It was to have a very specific and unique sound. It didn't matter if anybody else dug it. All that mattered was making music that we wanted to make.

    • Jason Hill: (On first album) A loose story about a guy that begins to think he's Louis XIV, with themes of murder, decadence, and betrayal all intertwined.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Louis XIV - One of the best albums I have every heard

    9.8
    It is very rare for me to like every song on an album, but with Louis XIV's The Best Little Secrets Are Kept not only did I like every song, I loved every song. They are all so catchy and sound great, there is nothing else out there that sounds like they do. The originality is something that has just recently become hard to find in new bands but Louis XIV have suceeded, in my view any way. It's a shame that more people don't know about them, with the right radio backing they could have been a very popular band.moreless