Review : Kosheen - Damage
MusicomhAfter their disastrously received second album Kokopelli, it looks like Kosheen have taken stock and returned to the drawing board. It's something of a renaissance for them, as some of those reviews were vitriolic to the point of career threatening, bad enough for any band to question their judgment - yet here it looks like the back to basics approach has coincided with something of a return to form....full text
Side-lineThe debut-cd “Resist” of the British Kosheen became a very successful release in Belgium, but also conquered other countries as well. Successor “Kokopelli” was less convincing to me although contributed to the increasing popularity of the band. Nearly 4 years later now comes “Damage”, which sounds like the perfect bridge between both debut releases....full text
BbcBest known for their hit “Hide U”, which breached the UK Top 10 back in 2001, Bristol’s Kosheen have been one of the more successful British acts to draw influence from underground dance culture. Their debut album, the platinum selling Resist, set out to meld the breakbeat rhythms of drum ’n’ bass to more traditional songcraft, a side of the band embodied by vocalist Sian Evans....full text
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