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Cordalene: (Blue EP)

What Cordalene does in the short 15 minutes that make up this EP should probably be considered dangerous: They whip up a batch of catchy, melodic tunes that won't loosen their grip no matter what you do. One listen to "Would It Have Killed You (To Kiss Me Just Once)?" and about the only thing you'll be able to do is walk around, singing the damned thing morning, noon and night. That could be dangerous is you think about it. Really. Imagine being at the water cooler when the boss stands in front of you. You start asking that eternal question and the next thing you know you're liplocked with the great balding honcho himself. But let's pretend for a moment that that doesn't happen and you should be, by and large, okay. Just don't try resisting the ultra-catchy pop of "Imaginary," "Ghost," or "Where I Began," that'd be even more dangerous. A cross between the Monkees, the Ramones and a random sampling of what makes today's hits today's hits, Cordalene are a refreshing snort of fine whiskey after a night of PBR.

Added: January 7th 2004
Reviewer: Jedd Beaudoin
Related Link: More Information
Hits: 3039
Language: english

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