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Multicore

by Kalimoto

Brit-Pop almighty. Reviewers have made various comparisons as diverse as Mansun, Verve, Coldplay, Doves, Clash, U2, Chameleons, The The, The Jam and Oasis right through to Simon & Garfunkel to DJ Shadow even..... check them out now.
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1. Miracle Lemon
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2. Everything Goes
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3. Cupcake
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4. Multicore
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5. Blame
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6. Sandstorm
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7. Time
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8. Easy
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9. Use It B4 You Lose It
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10. Tuned Out
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11. Seventeen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kalimoto have quite a unique sound, as anyone who has seen them live, or heard their cd's or mp3's will testify. Their sound might even be described as a testament to a variety of influences, although these influences are not always so obvious. Some critics have described the band as "goth", others as "indie pop", others as "alternative rock", others as "funky space rock"!

Reviewers have made various comparisons as diverse as Mansun, Verve, Coldplay, Doves, Clash, U2, Chameleons, The The, The Jam and Oasis right through to Simon & Garfunkel to DJ Shadow even.....

If you've not heard them, check them out and judge for yourself! I think you'll agree, they are difficult to pigeon-hole and great to listen to.

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Jessica OH

Beautiful songs from KALIMOTO
Whilst I'm not a fan of all the songs, generally this album is awesome. EVERYTHING GOES is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard, brings a lump to the throat. SANDSTORM is very colorful.
I think this rock band have the potential to be very big.
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the music chemist

awesome
i love music, i love this album, quite simply awesome, buy it
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Tracey Sharp

Wow, what a CD!
Excellent CD. Like Coldplay, but with an extra edge to it.
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Nadeem Patel

Why aren't they big?
This album is great and this band deserve much more recognition then they currently have. This album is more diverse and better in quality to other bands of the same ilk, like Coldplay/Travis/Snow Patrol etc. They should be signed to a major label and I think it's only a matter of time before they will be. Can't wait for the 2nd album.
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Loren Perry


It won't be long before this band is famous and touring with big names, because they are brill. I love all the songs, but my favourites are Time, Everything goes, muticore and seventeen.
I may be slightly bias as I know the bass player, but I'm sure I'd say the same even if I didn't.
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Ravey Davey

Multicore - very good debut LP
This album is nice. Very nice! Right from the word 'go' with the jumpy Miracle Lemon, to the melancholy Blame, the short n snappy Use It to the gentle close of Seventeen. This is a beautifully-crafted album, with lots of variety, various influences are evident without being obvious, and well, it did leave me wanting more, which is no bad thing. The highlight's are the title track and the outstanding Everything Goes. Thumbs up Kalimoto!
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