Casualties of Cool

Casualties of Cool - Casualties of Cool
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May 16, 2014 / Release Date
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Devin and Che are both extremely talented musicians, and they certainly deliver here. The two forces combine to create a spacey, ethereal, beautiful and dreamlike journey into the darker side of southern rock, and it's pretty fantastic. It's mellow, sleepy and slow, but never boring or un-energetic. It tows the line between slow and interesting quite well, creating a record that has a sense of creativity and passion that's been missing in country.

Favorite Jams: The Code, Deathscope, ... read more
An ethereal and beautiful album with a unique sound - dark and ambient country and blues with a rock element (as Devin himself states, sounding something like "haunted Johnny Cash"). It is richly layered and produced well. The record is a concept album with the message that one must look past the obvious or personal comforts to come up with a solution. In other words, those searching for and embracing what is "cool" may wind up being just another "casualty."
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Track List

  1. Daddy
  2. Mountaintop
  3. Flight
  4. The Code
  5. Moon
  6. Pier
  7. Ether
  8. Hejda
  9. Forgive Me
  10. Broken
  11. Bones
  12. Deathscope
  13. The Field
  14. The Bridge
  15. Pure
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Added on: August 5, 2014