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Roots and Echoes

The Coral

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best yet...

i've been waiting on the coral's sound to mature-not taking anything away from their earlier efforts they put together the most amazing arrangements of any band, especially considering they were hardly old enough to drive. this is a solid album, well worth the small expense!

I love it!!

Every song on here is fantastic.

Very good, but not their best.

I've been a fan of The Coral for quite some time and I've been awaiting this relaease eagerly. Its solid, their sound has matured, fusing some of the production explored on "The Invisible Invasion" with some of the more instrumental sounds of previous releases. As a whole the alblum has a fantastic atmospheric quality, but to me it lacks a bit of the diversity amongst tracks that some earlier releases had (Nightfreak..., and Magic and Medicine). I absolutely love the last track (Music at Night), its dark, diverse, and beautifully melodic. Overall its a very solid alblum, I only wish it was a bit longer.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Hoylake, Merseyside, England

Genre: Alternative

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

They're not like Echo & the Bunnymen and they claim they're not seaside scousers of their hometown of Hoylake, for the Coral are crazy geezers, Happy Mondays-style. Comprised of six neighborhood mates James Skelly (guitar/vocals), Ian Skelly (drums), Nick Power (organ), Bill Ryder-Jones (guitar/trumpet), Lee Southall (guitar/vocals) and Paul Duffy (bass/sax), the Coral formed in their early teens in 1996. NME was quick to jump on them in fall 2001, proclaiming the Coral as the best new band in...
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