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Cocoon Crash

K's Choice

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Album Review

On Cocoon Crash, their follow-up to their breakthrough second album Paradise in Me, K's Choice is determined to showcase their musical diversity. As a result, the album is a bit scattershot, since it runs the gamut from jangling folk-rock to roaring post-grunge. It's all tied together by Sarah Bettens' vocals, but she's more of a chameleon than a strong identity, fitting her talents to the song instead of bending them toward her demands. Consequently, the album can sound like a post-Lilith Fair alt-rock sampler, but it's enjoyable, simply because K's Choice's melodic skills have improved and they're capable of delivering good alt-rock songs, even if they are a little faceless. Even if the band fails to create a distinctive identity for themselves on Cocoon Crash, its craft signals enough of a leap forward to make it a successful third album.

Customer Reviews

Finally

I have been waiting for this on i-tunes. Bought it too long ago, and lost the CD (she took it). The preview/samples do not give the album justice for the lyrics, vocal quality, production, and the simple, yet perfect, harmonies. You can personalize "If You're Not Scared", "20000 Seconds", "Quiet Little Place", and "Winners", even though the message to you could be different, though I doubt it.

One of the Greatest Albums Ever

You won't be sorry, and probably the most important album by K's Choice

Biography

Formed: 1991

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

K's Choice was formed by Belgian siblings Gert and Sarah Bettens, who grew up playing music in Antwerp and briefly fronted a band named the Basement Pigs during their teens. Sarah also enjoyed some recognition as a solo artist, scoring a mild hit in 1992 with her cover of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." She soon reunited with her brother to form the Choice, and the band made its official debut in 1993 with the release of The Great Subconscious Club. Bassist Erik Verheyden and drummer...
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