Kid Loco – Cocaine Diana (2002)

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Multi-talented Parisian goes all acoustic on album. Kill Your Darlings is the first release of original material from the Parisian author/DJ/composer since Grand Love Story in 1998. Since then Kid Loco has set up his Royal Belleville label and worked on various projects including a cracking DJ Kicks compilation and remixes for Pulp, Talvin Singh and Mogwai. More recently he produced Departure Lounge’s album Too Late to Die Young; a collaboration leading to vocalist Tim Keegan guesting on Kill Your Darlings along with Glaswegian singer Louise Quinn. And there’s a clue to the content of the album. The dubby, cinematic trip-hop he’s known for is still lurking, but it’s an album of more traditional ‘real songs’ even echoing Lou Reed and Serge Gainsbourg at times. [Source]




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