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The London Book of the Dead

2007-08-21

Stephen Coates was influenced by 1930’s British dance band music and you can hear that influence through out The London Book of the Dead. Coates is able to use modern technology to transform old sound sources into a new source of music with an old school feel to it. To hear what I mean listen to “Kix.” “It’s a Wonderful Li(f)e” is an upbeat sad song. “I Believe” is upbeat and might be the best song on the album. “I Loved London” is a said song about how things were better when he was in love with someone. –Jerrod

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