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An absolute jewel of an album, I love Coco and I hope she goes really far. Saw her at Reading this year & she was my favourite act. Buy it!!


A friend recommended this and i listened. I love her voice :) It's surreal but gorgeous. Her sound is impressive and purely refreshing! It's so nice to put on and leave on just so you get this feeling of inspiration surging through you. Her voice is just beautiful.

To be honest i really don't think there's a song that i don't like on here. I think the tracks i've played most are In Spirit Golden, Turn Your Back On Love and Caeser because i just love them! However, Selfmachine, Quicker, Please Rewind and Party Bag are just as good, in my opinion. I love all of those. As for the rest, just let them play :)

It's a brilliant album and i can't fault it. I hear that she's signed for up to five albums apparently. I shall proudly follow her like the stalker i am :)

Overall, brilliant album, brilliant sound, brilliant voice and brilliant woman! :D

Excellent Album--BUY NOW

Very happy to be the first to review this album. I have seen Coco live a few times and she is always excellent. This whole album is great (particularly Party Bag and Its about to get worse) it now-you won't be disappointed!


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, I Blame Coco
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Dance, Rock
  • Released: 01 January 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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