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Album Review

ROC's debut album is a swirling journey through the deepest depths of post-Tricky trip-hop, as well as much more atmospheric material (with no less depressing subject matter). Though vocalist Karen Sheridan sweeps in on the opener "Desert Wind" with a narcoleptic haze of slide guitar and heavenly organ chords, tracks like "Excise" and a twisted cover of "Plastic Jesus" (from Cool Hand Luke) chart the dark side of trip-hop.


Formed: London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

Although formed in London in 1983, the electronic trio R.O.C. went largely unknown for over a decade as writer/programmer Patrick Nicholson (who formed the group alongside guitarist Fred Browning) focused on his work as tour promoter for British acts performing in Eastern Europe. Only with the 1993 arrival of Colorado-born vocalist Karen Sheridan did R.O.C. (once believed to be an acronym for Reincarnation of Christ) truly begin to take shape, issuing a series of five independent singles...
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