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February 27th, 2008 · post by jas · Make a comment

Record label: Moonlee Records

I love it when things come out of Eastern Europe, as my music seems to be saturated with British and American music. This probably meant I gave a little more time to COG than I otherwise would have.

They are a noise band, with drums dominating and punctuating throughout the songs and guitars distorting somewhere behind. ‘101’ starts with just drums and bass and the minimalist intro definitely strikes a chord with me.

Being a bit of a word nerd, I like to understand the meanings of songs, but I also wish bands would sing in their own language. So many European bands come here and sing to us with American accents, and I just wonder what the point is. Unfortunately that’s one of the flaws I find with this album.

However if that doesn’t bother you, then this is an album to listen to on its musical credits.

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