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Colbie Caillat - Coco - Deluxe Edition (2008)

Posted By : vale4 | Date : 14 Nov 2008 17:31:00 | Comments : 3 |
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Colbie Caillat - Coco - Deluxe Edition (2008)
Pop | MP3 | VBR 256kbps avg | 85,2 MB | English | RAR

“Sweetness rules on Colbie Caillat's debut, Coco, which is perhaps only appropriate for an album bearing that name, but the record doesn't play like a toasty mug of chocolate on a winter's day, it's a sugary lemonade on a breezy summer afternoon. It's light and comforting, a familiar blend of sunny pop and singer/songwriter tropes that flirt with cliche but never sound hackneyed”





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| 01. Oxygen 03:51 |
| 02. The Little Things 03:46 |
| 03. One Fine Wire 03:38 |
| 04. Bubbly 03:17 |
| 05. Feelings Show 03:11 |
| 06. Midnight Bottle 03:42 |
| 07. Realize 04:06 |
| 08. Battle 04:04 |
| 09. Tailor Made 04:30 |
| 10. Magic 03:25 |
| 11. Tied Down 03:08 |
| 12. Capri 03:00 |
| 13. Tell Him (Live) 04:53 |
| 14. Somethin' Special 03:06 |
| 15. Turn Your Lights Down Low (Live) 05:57 |
| 16. Bubbly (Solo Acoustic) 03:33 |
| 17. Magic (Piano Version) 03:20 |
| 18. Dreams Collide 04:04 |
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Sweetness rules on Colbie Caillat's debut, Coco, which is perhaps only appropriate for an album bearing that name, but the record doesn't play like a toasty mug of chocolate on a winter's day, it's a sugary lemonade on a breezy summer afternoon. It's light and comforting, a familiar blend of sunny pop and singer/songwriter tropes that flirt with cliche but never sound hackneyed -- a lighter, brighter spin on Norah Jones that sounds like an ideal soundtrack to a few hours in a cozy coffeehouse or a montage on Grey's Anatomy, whatever comes first. If that gives the impression that Caillat is a little calculated -- and if her music-biz heritage (her dad co-produced Fleetwood Mac's Rumours and Tusk) gives the sense that she may have had a silver spoon, and if her celebrated MySpace popularity is also initially suspect -- then as an album Coco shows no crassness or coldness: it flows easily and, yes, sweetly, filled with gently ingratiating melodies and delivered with warmth and a casual charisma that proves to be quite endearing by the end of the record. Caillat doesn't attempt anything approaching a major statement -- the album is filled with songs about love and life -- but that's her appeal: she sings about simple, everyday things in an unassuming manner, letting her melodies and girl-next-door charm carry the day, and they do so winningly on this nicely mellow debut.
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine



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Posted By: thewalterin Date: 16 Nov 2008 02:43:15
a great artist
Posted By: Mathias Lindemann Date: 29 Jul 2009 17:18:52
can anybody re-upload it please? RS would be great! thanks!
Posted By: Mathias Lindemann Date: 02 Mar 2010 19:38:46
fantastic! thanks a lot Vale4!!