L. Murton

"Luke Murton"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (38 of 43)
Location: Southampton
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,433,119 - Total Helpful Votes: 38 of 43
Damage (UK Edition) ~ Kosheen
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Damage - sweet sixteen, 19 Aug 2007
Kosheen return with album number three "Damage" on September 10th. Back to the rafters with tunes, sixteen in fact. Kosheen avoid the current trend of 10 tracks and thats your lot albums. If people say this album is too long they need shooting, what ever happended to good old value for money! Something which is needed to encourage CD sales in this ever growing digital era.

The album itself is a masterpiece. From start to finish you are treated to the ups and downs of any relationship, brillantly depicted by Sian's lyrics and brought to life by her vocals complimented by the perfect polishing of Mark and Darren.

Kosheen defy any genre given to them. This houldn't be… Read more
Kokopelli ~ Kosheen
Kokopelli ~ Kosheen
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The eagerly anticipated follow up to Resist has been in the pipeline for a while now, but is the wait worth it? In a word, yes. Fans were promised "the dark edge of kosheen" in regards to the next LP and Kosheen have produced the goods. Sure there are happy "pop/rock" tracks, like first single All In My Head and Suzy May for example. But Kosheen have NOT sold out but have evolved.
The appeal of Kosheen for me is that there music is original, different, somewhat genre less and more importantly, good. Kokopelli is all of the above. Kosheen's smooth trademark sound is still as present today as it was in Resist the band's debut album.
Avid Drum and Bass fans may be disappointed that… Read more
Kokopelli ~ Kosheen
Kokopelli ~ Kosheen
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is the eagerly anticipated follow up to Resist and after two years you may ask yourself is it worth the wait? In a word, yes. Fans were promised "the dark edge of kosheen" in regards to the next LP and Kosheen have produced the goods. Sure, there are happy "pop/rock" tracks, like first single All In My Head and Suzy May for example. But Kosheen have NOT sold out but have evolved to the next stage of their music.
The appeal of Kosheen for me is that there music is original, different, somewhat genre-less and more importantly, good. Kokopelli is all of the above. Kosheen's unmistakable trademark sound is still as present today as it was in their debut album, regardless of the change… Read more