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2 reviews | 10 people love this record: be the 11th! Oh you know the litmus test for popular music, you know to TRULY discern whether It's any good or not, is to play it to a girl. If It's met with disdain & blank looks then you've got a geeks record or something too left field/shit. Take the new Coral album. Everyone knows they rule, a bunch of insanely talented young men from Liverpool. They have a new album out called The Invisible Inv ... »

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Invisible Invasion by The Coral
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10 people love this record. Be the 11th!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 28 November 2006
Oh you know the litmus test for popular music, you know to TRULY discern whether It's any good or not, is to play it to a girl. If It's met with disdain & blank looks then you've got a geeks record or something too left field/shit. Take the new Coral album. Everyone knows they rule, a bunch of insanely talented young men from Liverpool. They have a new album out called The Invisible Invasion' & I can guarantee my girlfriend will love it to bits & have it on rotation for weeks. I don't even NEED to review it. It's got everything in place, great songs & a great sound. Just don't expect it back once in a females grasp......

9/10 Electro Customer review, 28th July 2015

Think of The Coral as Radiohead minus depression, and The Invisible Invasion is probably their Magnum Opus, their "Ok Computer". This is good-hearted nostalgia at its finest, seriously, these kids can come to grips with whatever you throw at them and see the brighter side. The order of the songs is kinda see-sawy, but there is definitely a connection felt throughout. The vocals are impeccable, specially in "Far From The Crowd" which features an eerie dual voiced harmony all the way through. This is a record one you can take and listen on a car ride, alone in your room or in a crowded place, and definitely one you´ll listen more than a few times.


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