Courtcase 2000 - Cats In Paris
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  • Summary: The quartet from Manchester, England, releases its debut album.
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  1. It’s a confident, fantastic and ultimately very rewarding record that should be met with an open mind.
  2. With songs that are inspiringly teeming with originality and ideas, Courtcase 2000 is as exciting and mind expanding a record as any this year.
  3. What you really need to know about Courtcase 2000 is that it's an incredibly accomplished LP--maiden or otherwise.
  4. There's something to be said for a debut album that so vehemently defies conformity, even if it kinda cuts off its nose to spite its face in the process.
  5. 60
    Once they settle in, Cats In Paris could be a hyper-modern Stackridge. [Sep 2008, p.98]
  6. 40
    "We return to find a pile of broken kitten bits" they trill on 'GOOJFC,' which may be as succinct an image of their fractured whimsydelia as you'll get. [Sep 2008, p.85]
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