The Kiss of Morning - Graham Coxon
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  • Summary: The solo career of Blur guitarist Graham Coxon takes on a bit more importance now if you believe the rumors that he has left that successful Britpop group for good. This is his fourth solo disc.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
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  1. 'Kiss...' operates on a level of perversity, honesty and originality that blows most bands out of the water.
  2. 80
    Finally finding a palatable singing voice, too, the musical acuity shown here still places him very much in front of guitar-hero peers like John Squire and Bernard Butler. [Dec 2002, p.129]
  3. 70
    The album's real trump card is its abiding sense of goggle-eyed imagination. [Nov 2002, p.98]
  4. Only the relatively jolly Escape Song is worth excavating from the morass. [Nov 2002, p.97]
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