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Cocoon Crash
K's Choice
Cocoon Crash
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock
 
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Out-of-print in the US. Sony.

      
   
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All Artists: K's Choice
Title: Cocoon Crash
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 10
Label: 550 Music
Original Release Date: 6/9/1998
Release Date: 6/9/1998
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: American Alternative, Europe, Continental Europe
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646936627

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Out-of-print in the US. Sony.

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This is what I call music!
shirakawa_otori | Portugal | 06/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Usually I listen more to punk (which I love) and faster rock. But we all have those times in which we like to kick back and just relax a little and don't feel so angry all the time (lol). This is a great cd for such times. I've been a fan of K's Choice music since their 2nd album, Paradise in Me. Their music helped me through some of those teenage troublesome moments we've all had and so they have a very special place in my life. I was lucky enough to see them perform live twice (weeeeeeeeeeeee!) and so I decided to make this review just to get a chance to praise them a bit more :D and along the way, who knows, persuade some of you to add an amazing cd to your collection. I just decided to make my review to Cocoon Crash given that its my favorite of their 4 albums.
Where should I start? This album is just everything a music lover could wish. It has your faster songs, it has your slower, more peaceful songs, every single one with amazing lyrics that have a strong meaning and appeal to you. "Everything for free" and "Hide" are perhaps the faster songs, but it's impossible to be indiferent to tracks like "Quiet little place", "20.000 seconds" and "God in my bed". I really don't know how to explain it, but this songs just reach within you and take a hold of your heart and make you feel exactly like what the song states. Sarah Bettens voice is extraordinary, the rest of the band is extremely gifted to, they're just one of the best bands I've ever heard and this is (in my opinion, of course) their best cd. So if you want to get started in K's Choice universe, why not give this cd a try? I trust you won't regret it. It's worth every dollar (and more). So get up off of that chair and go buy this!!!"
My choice!!
Ruud Horevoorts | Riel, the Netherlands | 12/21/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"K's Choice is quite a phenomenom over here with a lot of fans, including me. This is in my eyes their strongest album so far. They've found a nice balance on this album between faster tracks and slower tracks. Some of their other albums contain in my eyes too many slow tracks, making one feel a bit depressed. This one is different. "Believe", the number 1 hit "everything for free", "too many happy faces" and "hide" are the faster tracks and my favourites. the special voice of Sarah Bettens never bores and is even somewhat relaxing. Calm, yet powerful. This is one of the first albums I bought and still one of the albums I most listen to. If you're into (soft)rock, but don't want a CD full of the same kind of songs this is an album for you."
Very, very close.
C.P. | 11/17/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"i first heard this album in belgium breifly and loved what i heard, so is soon as i returned to the states i bought it, continuing my search for good 'chick-rock'. The opening track is awesome, but as the album goes on, the songs get more generic and less interesting. At times it seems that they sacrifice the melody lines for the lyrics, which they write very articulately. they rhyme every line too- something not done that much anymore (for better or for worse). They do however experiment with different kinds of chord progressions on this album, which Sarah delivers very well. Her voice is unique though, kind of smoky and rich. With a few exceptions (tracks 1-4), the album is fairly repetetive guitar driven pop . .just. . . GOOD pop. (I think they could be huge in America if the word got out.) Basicly, it makes great background music or car music, but it would be boring to listen to alone."