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Life – Cocoon [1997]

Country United Kingdom

Style Melodic Hard Rock

Rating 80/100

Band Members Robin George – Guitar,vocals,keyboards,drums, Adam Charlesworth – Bass, Bill Devey – Drums, Fred Skidmore – Keyboards, Nick Tart – Vocals

Additional Musicians Chris Cliff – Bass, Bill Rudolph – Keyboards, Mo Birch,Chris Thomson,Jackie Graham,Pete Green,Ruby Turner,John Young – Backing vocals

Tracks 01. Dangerous Music, 02. Let It Burn, 03. The Language Of Love, 04. The American Way, 05. Oxygen, 06. I Believed In You, 07. Judy, 08. Losing You, 09. In The Night, 10. Face To Face, 11. Love Power & Peace, 12. The End Of The Line

Profile When producer Robin George steps out from the booth, straps on a guitar, and steps up to the mike, you know you’re in for some serious rocking. And Cocoon, the one and only album by his 1990s band Life, does not disappoint. George and former Diamond Head vocalist Nick Tart schemed Life in the mid-’90s, recording an album that was slick, balls-out, and commercial in a very, very good way — glam-tinged metal colliding with straight-ahead hard rock, then tempered with a classic sound. It is also very much a primer to George’s long career, dipping into the vast canon of songs he had written in the past, and allowing Tart to add his own imprimatur to the best of them. So if any of the titles here seem familiar — from a Robert Plant album, maybe, or Glenn Hughes or Ruby Turner — that’s why.

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