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The Constant (Deluxe Version)

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Worth every penny! Ceasar and Self Machine were such strong songs I was worried the The Constant couldn't possibly live up to the standards set by those songs... In fact it exceeds them, lyrically and vocally intense and beautifully crafted - can't wait to hear more from Coco...

Great album!

Loooove the album ! Was so looking forward to getting it and now I have it I cant stop listening to it! Such a great album. Well worth buying and def get the deluxe one the videos are superb!!!

Great, great album

This is one of the few great pop albums doing the rounds at the moment - upbeat, quality tunes start to finish. Really worth getting!

Biography

Formed: 2008

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in northern Italy on July 30, 1990, Eliot Pauline Sumner received a first-rate musical education from her father, Sting. She grew up in a small village in Wiltshire, England, and kept herself largely removed from the glamour and glitz of her father's career. By her mid-teens, however, "Coco" Sumner had taken a cue from her dad by composing reggae-flavored songs of her own, many of which were posted to her MySpace page. Several labels took interest in the material, and she subsequently signed...
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The Constant (Deluxe Version), I Blame Coco
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  • £14.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Dance, Alternative
  • Released: 01 January 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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