Moe-Gazzem | The Kokain Boogie

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The Kokain Boogie

by Moe-Gazzem

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Sunborne
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2. Flesh-Flower
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3. Jars of Teeth
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4. Two in the Pink
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5. The Rawson
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6. Plaid Chones
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7. Freckles
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8. Where Im from
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9. Emo-Gurl
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10. Twilight of the Gods
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11. Antoinette
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12. Balance of Terror
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Kokain Boogie marks the first Commercial Release by Moe-Gazzem, AKA Kris Kilo. This album echoes the likes of Beck, Primus, and White Zombie. The album opener "Flesh Flower" is a cross between Classic Roy Orbison foot stomping rock and the minimalist sounds of late Zeppelin Concerts; complete with lines borrowed from "Behind Blue Eyes". "Freckles" is an actual hate-filled voice mail from a jilted ex-lover. James "Jeebs" Blackwell helped sculpt both "Where Im From" as well as the riff-driven "The Rawson" with his retro-rock guitar harmonies. The later was inspired by a co-workers endless adventures on the dating site Plenty of Fish. This is possibly Moe-Gazzem's most colorful collection of work; a springboard for what could have been...


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