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BABEL

Cos

 

Canterbury Scene

3.60 | 28 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars Another fine album from Cos, again with the vocals of Pascale Son proving a particular treat. Once again, the album is firmly rooted in the Canterbury tradition, particularly in the use of voice as a musical instrument (reminiscent both of the work of Robert Wyatts and Hatfield and the North's Northettes). Driving, martial, almost zeuhlish rhythms creep in here and there and Daniel Schell's adept guitar work proves to be another highlight. There's not much to choose from between the first three Cos albums, to be honest - if you like one, you'll probably like the others just as much. A consistently entertaining listen.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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