Few new bands have caused as much of a stir with the release of their debut single and few have, simultaneously, generated so much backlash as German hard rockers Kingdom Come did with "Get It On." Mistaken by many fans as a reunion of the surviving members of Led Zeppelin, the quintet was derisively known to some as "Kingdom Clone." Signed to Polydor, lead singer Lenny Wolf put together a band and entered the studio with producer Bob Rock, an engineer and musician who would later find success working with Mötley Crüe, Bon Jovi, and Metallica. When "Get It On" was leaked to several radio stations around the U.S., it generated considerable buzz due to the speculation about the "mystery" band. The Zeppelin comparisons were enough to bolster early sales and the record shipped gold as "Get It On" became a sizable AOR hit and the band took ...
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Album Discography

Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings
Kingdom Come 1988 Kingdom Come Universal Special Products / Polydor / Universal
 
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In Your Face 1989 In Your Face Polydor
 
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Hands of Time 1990 Hands of Time Polydor
 
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Bad Image 1993 Bad Image WEA International
 
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Twilight Cruiser 1996 Twilight Cruiser Kingdom Come Records
 
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Master Seven 1997 Master Seven Import / Kingdom Come
 
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Live & Unplugged 1998 Live & Unplugged Viceroy
 
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Too 2000 Too Import
 
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Independent 2002 Independent Ulftone
 
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Perpetual 2004 Perpetual
 
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Balladesque 2006 Balladesque Goldrush
 
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Ain't Crying for the Moon 2006 Ain't Crying for the Moon Phantom Records (England) / Frontiers Records
 
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Magnified 2009 Magnified Planet
 
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Rendered Waters 2011 Rendered Waters SPV / Steamhammer
 
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Outlier 2013 Outlier SPV / Steamhammer
 
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Freedom to Worship 2021 Freedom to Worship
 
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Get It On Get It On Special Product
 
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