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Gallows - CocoRosie - Grey Oceans (CD, Album)

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  1. For their fourth album, the more streamlined and polished Grey Oceans, CocoRosie moved to Sub Pop. Released in May , the album featured a collaboration with Neda Sanai and was inspired by the sisters' travels through Europe, Australia, and South America.
  2. Grey Oceans is the fourth album from sister duo Bianca and Sierra Casady, and continues to chart CocoRosie's departure from their much-beloved but ultra lo-fi debut, La Maison De Mon Reve. After the atmospheric acoustic-electronic fusion of 'Trinity's Crying', 'Smokey Taboo' arrives as a slow-burning treat, colliding tabla rhythms with electronic tones whilst Bianca and Sierra layer their very Missing: Gallows.
  3. Jan 03,  · referencing Grey Oceans, LP, Album, Blu, SP Its an ok album and seems like a forced effort maybe due to the comfort of having major label /5().
  4. Grey Oceans' unfortunate cover art is a reminder of everything that can be seen as irritating about CocoRosie-- a pity, because there is a lot of beauty on this album. Sierra and Bianca Casady's songwriting and approach matured in the three years between these songs and The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillborn; even though it still sounds like Ouija boards and wax cylinders are vital .
  5. May 11,  · The girls' catalogue prior to Grey Oceans comprises three albums. Each has dizzying experimental highs, and each has borderline annoying quirks and dalliances. The latter often bubbles down to focus on the childlike singing, which can grate, but always comes with some degree of temperance in the form of fluttery folk and/or scale-straddling soprano and beats/5(67).
  6. Grey Oceans is the fourth full-length studio album by CocoRosie. It was released in May It is the band's Sub Pop Records debut since their departure from Touch and Go Records. The album has a different sound to former releases. The production is clearer; the instrumentation is .
  7. May 11,  · Editors’ Notes Sierra and Bianca Casady seemingly go out of their way to annoy the average listener. Yet, over the years, they’ve matured into an adventurous duo worth giving a second and third chance. The melodies still slip through your hands like so much beach sand and there are enough weird arrangements to make you wonder if they record their albums in a novelty shop.
  8. "Lemonade" is a single by experimental band CocoRosie, released on April 17, , from their album Grey Oceans. The B-side of the CD contains a cover of the Beach Boys' song "Surfer Girl".While both sisters of CocoRosie wrote the single, the music for the album was also contributed to by keyboardist/composer Gael jesdoctchicwhaniltesthapsringgaselbreli.coinfog: Gallows.

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