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Crashpilot

by Cober

"Smashing debut makes you long to hear from Cober again and again" --Tom Scanlon, The Seattle Times "Melodic, edgy, and passionate--everything you want from a modern-guitar album. Bravo!"--Michael Molenda, Editor-In-Chief, GUITAR PLAYER
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Call it what it is....call it what you want
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Jett Black / Nocturnal Movements

Show review: Cober hits Portland, Oregon!
I finally had a chance to catch Seattle-based COBER performing live and I didn't even need to travel far at all! They came to me!! (Ain't that schweet, or what?!) Okay, so I did have to drive down into downtown Portland, park and walk to the newly re-modeled and improved Ash Street Saloon... no schweat off my back... and I agree with the improvements. Sound tech is still pretty clueless.. but the stage has much better focus and lighting than ever before... much like Berbati's without as much floor space.

Sheila not only pours her heart and soul into the audio you'll find on this cober order page, she packs it in with a pitchfork! What you hear here you can expect amplified (no pun intended... it was LOUD) and illustrated by three guitarists on stage who completely mesh with the music they unleash and drive into it like a bat outta hell flying through a thunderstorm! Pelting the audience with pain and angst and thunderous guitar riffs, Cober grinds into the grooves with a sexy style that true guitar rock fans will certainly appreciate.

What's better than a strong shot of Cober?

try a DOUBLE SHOT!!

Cober went on last night to also perform a set at Mt. Tabor... which for those at home reaching for the Musician's Atlas is also located in Portland, Or. not terribly far from Ash Street Saloon, but too far to stagger or even walk briskly.

I am on the edge of my seat waiting for my NEXT dose of Cober!

My advice to you is to check out the audio files available here and write a few words about the music. buy a copy and listen to it ALL! And while you're waiting on CD BABY and USPS to mail you your own personal copy of Cober, check out more details available on Cober at www.cober.org
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Tim Turpis

My most beautiful discovery!
Cober? It's the rare kind of sound that makes your happiness happier and your sadness sweet! While Gothic sound is drying out, getting cooler, colder and vacuous (instead of darker, deeper and expressive), it is more than a pleasure, IT IS AN EVENT to listen to this unobtrusive but inventive guitar sound (à la "The Cure" but sui generis) and this warm, straight, impressive female voice (à la nothing I have heard before:-)). I am no jingo/chauvinist but Cober is the very first PURE female band (or artist) I discovered so far, who compose, write lyrics and produce their own sound delivering more than a disc with a cute one hit wonder between nine gap fillers. (Most female artists have male support doing the background work, incl. Björk, Portishead, Garbage, Skunk Anansie - yes, I like them, too).. But thank God, Sheila Bommakanti and Lelani LaGuardia resisted us! "Crashpilot" is my most beautiful discovery of 2001, including all purchases in offline (mainstream) stores. No gap fillers, literally a "compact" disc. I bow my head. TimTurpis of Switzerland
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Jessica Ocasio Of Gothicvixen.net

Highly intoxicating and soul grabbing music.
Crashpilot is 8 tracks of beautifully melodic modern rock. Front women Shelia lets passionate and emotional vocals spill from her mouth and straight into the listeners heart. When I first heard COBER they reminded me of Radiohead with female vocals. Highly intoxicating and soul grabbing music. I am quite honestly at a loss for words accurate enough to describe just how blatantly incredible this band is. Please take a visit over to their website to experience COBER for yourself.
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Keemo

finally some people that are not wasting my oxygen
music that is not the same reproduced crap of the last few years--it in no way sounds like a fake boy group or a commercial-they might actually be real people with emotions
creating art instead of media propaganda, buy it and maybe you too can grow a brain--KEEMO FOR CANCER
its goood
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