I Should Coco - Supergrass

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I Should Coco - Supergrass

Rock & Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Parlophone, Capitol - Distributor: EMI Operations/CEVA Logistics, Pickwick; Universal Music, Pickwick;...

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Excellent

“Alright?”

published 06/09/2000

ProFantastic

Consnone

It's more than alright, its great! It's one of the best debut albums in my collection and it shows a great deal of potential for the albums that followed. There are some quite strange songs lyrically, such as Strange Ones, and I'd Like to Know. Alright is my no means the best song on the album...

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Excellent

“Coco Pops”

published 29/03/2001

ProLots of bouncy songs, real good fun

ConsThe last song!

I don't think I know of another album with such an exuberant, extravagant, fast and furious start as I Should Coco by Supergrass. For those of you not in the know (and if not, WHY NOT!), Supergrass are a three piece band hailing from the deepest, darkest depths of Oxford and are made up by Gaz...

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Excellent

ProVery Enjoyable, summer sounding album

ConsThe other songs were overshadowed By Alright

Hands up who remembers the video for the Supergrass mega hit "Alright", Well for those that don't the video basically featured Gaz and the Lads on some Bikes and a Bed going down hills and the like whilst singing about being young and being free. At the time the album went in at number 1 and the...

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“Everyone Should Coco”

published 16/02/2006

ProMany many great songs

ConsA couple of dodgy tracks in the middle

"I Should Coco", the debut album from Supergrass, is an energetic, exuberant and exciting album, which oozes quality, even though the actual recording sounds rough and the mixing half finished! This, however, only adds to the albums character, and boy does it have character. The first track "I'd...

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“Britpop at its most fun”

published 14/08/2000

ProA fun album with some surprising moments

ConsRather short, not perfect value for money

If Oasis were the Beatles, and Blur were the Kinks, then Supergrass were the Small Faces, or were they the Beatles, or - well, what does it matter? All three bands drew their influences from classic British pop of the 60s and early 70s, and in the summer of 1995 the Oxford trio ran the other two...

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Excellent

ProSome great songs

ConsSome may find them a tad cheesy

Supergrass’s first album sounds unlike any of their other albums. There’s definitely a more punky/ska feel to it, and some may feel moved to add cheesy to that list – but not me. This album includes the single, Alright, which is what introduced most people to Supergrass though it’s a pretty poor...

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Excellent

“You should indeed Coco”

published 14/08/2001

ProPerfect pop songs

ConsNot the most challening lyrically

Packed to its ludicrous rafters with excitement, inventiveness, melody, quirkiness, humour, and goddamned tunes, for crissakes, Supergrass' opener made Oasis and Blur sound like the warm-up act for the next British invasion. The sixties are the most obvious reference point, you know, The Kinks...

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Excellent

“super!”

published 09/09/2000

The debut album from the lovely (but very hairy) Supergrass. This is back in the days of the summer anthem 'Alright'. 13 tracks and 40 minutes long. This is a bit of a strange album (but what else would you expect from people who have sideburns that big!!) but I do love it. I don't think it's as...

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Excellent

“More than Alright”

published 27/11/2000

Pro13 consitantly strong songs

Consnone

In every sense this album is more than alright. Alright is the single that everyone will know, the jaunty sing along that was 1 of the summer hits from 1995, however whilst excellant this is not completely representative of the album as a whole which his a much rougher edge. From the crashing...

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Excellent

“Must Hear”

published 19/07/2000

Prohappy punk-pop gets the feet tapping

Constoo short

There's not a weak track on this beautifully mixed offering from Supergrass. From the popular sing-along standard 'Alright' to the jingly 'Time To Go', the album has everything. It's the kind of post-punk-pop that the Kinks and The Jam would be proud of, that really gets across the feeling that...

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Rock & Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Parlophone, Capitol - Distributor: EMI Operations/CEVA Logistics, Pickwick; Universal Music, Pickwick; Discovery; Universal Music - Released: 05/1995, 01/05/1995 - 724383335046, 724383335022

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EAN: 724383335046, 724383335022

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