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2 reviews | 19 people love this record: be the 20th! Ole Simon Dine has been well busy lately penning tunes and hanging around with everyone's favourite grannie Paul Weller for a while now. It's a while since we've heard any Noonday stuff. The last album wasn't enormously exciting but I always look forward to a new album by 'em as they've done some cracking tunes over the years and their 1st album still sounds ace. This is harking back to the f ... »

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The K-O Chorale by Noonday Underground
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19 people love this record. Be the 20th!
8/10 Phil Staff review, 29 April 2010

Ole Simon Dine has been well busy lately penning tunes and hanging around with everyone's favourite grannie Paul Weller for a while now. It's a while since we've heard any Noonday stuff. The last album wasn't enormously exciting but I always look forward to a new album by 'em as they've done some cracking tunes over the years and their 1st album still sounds ace. This is harking back to the first album in style with it's cut and paste beats and cheeky 60's  samples, it's an undeniable mish mash of 'found fun', all well created into a cheeseball pop stew called The K-O Chorale. The choirs of vocals are present through the majority of the album and they add a timeless quality to the preceedings. If you liked the 1st album you'll most definitely find some goodness here. CD only fresh from Japan!!


8/10 plum Customer review,

I've loved this band for a long time now. Simon Dine is an unsung genius and a lot of the production styles of the first Noonday Underground record I now hear cropping up on other peoples records. This new record goes back to the style of the first record - the swirling choral samples and cut and paste 60's beats a soundtrack to a drunken stagger out of a 1960's basement club. This new album does miss the incredible vocals from Daisey Martey who was such an important part of the first two records. If you have heard the first two albums and preferred them then I recommend this one.


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