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I do like the new Cornelius LP. Sublime mad as lorries pop music. More hooks than a butcher who's just had a delivery of hooks for the xmas turkey rush. Beautifully produced and well crafted songs. Fantasma I believe is the word I'm looking for. And there's free carrier bags for all who order one (none left now...). Just remember not to put them over your he ...

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Indies only clear orange vinyl remastered gatefold 2LP on Lefse. Includes bonus tracks.

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Double LP £16.99 LEFSE077-1

Remastered gatefold 2LP on Lefse. Includes bonus tracks.

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Fantasma by Cornelius
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 21 January 2007
I do like the new Cornelius LP. Sublime mad as lorries pop music. More hooks than a butcher who's just had a delivery of hooks for the xmas turkey rush. Beautifully produced and well crafted songs. Fantasma I believe is the word I'm looking for. And there's free carrier bags for all who order one (none left now...). Just remember not to put them over your head. That's my arse covered.

8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 16th May 2016

Fantasma by Cornelius is great - a real mixed bag in terms of musical styles but not in terms of quality. It's all tied together, however, by a kind of ecentric dreaminess. Opener "Mic Check" touches on hip-hop and "Count Five or Six" has a manic indie rock quality, if the indie rock was played by robots.

The standout track for me is "Chapter 8 (Seashore and Horizon)" which is a lovely 'summer of love' style lolloping pop song. It was co-written and performed with Robert Schneider of Apples In Stereo and his ability to write a pleasing, gentle pop melody really shines through. "New Music Machine" is reminiscent of My Bloody Valentine - a jarring guitar intro a bit like "You Made Me Realise" followed by a verse that wouldn't be out of place on "Isn't Anything". "Microdisneycal World Tour" takes the influence of The Free Design in weirder direction than Stereolab ever did, whilst "Free Fall" is another great piece of rockin' indie. The follow-up to this album was the critically acclaimed "Point", which won many plaudits - and it is good - but I think the variety and the hooks on offer here make this their most essential recording.


8/10 Penrith Steve Customer rating (no review), 16th May 2016

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