Dreaming In Unison is Red Cosmos’ second album.
These 12 songs give a voice to fantasists, freaks, dead twins, popstars past their sell-by-date, the deluded, the bereft and the downright horny.
released May 26, 2015
All songs written and recorded by Kim Tortoise.
Mastered by Mike Marsh at The Exchange.
WHAT THEY'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT RED COSMOS:
Friends and family:
“I haven’t listened to it yet.”
“I look forward to hearing it when it’s mixed properly”
“Sounds like A Flock Of Seagulls.”
“…loses its sense of direction, leaving the listener floundering in a formless morass of sounds.”
- wildly schizophrenic
- essentially a comedy single about balls
- extremely catchy hook which was deeply stupid
- His voice is strange, adenoidal and flat
- It’s mental and left me speechless
- He can write lyrics but he can’t really sing.
- a truly awful and irredeemably bad piece of music
- inadvisable sampler action the likes of which you haven’t heard since 1982.
- …but then he starts singing the chorus in such a ghastly contrived style that I am forced to throw my headphones across the room and slap my own ears.
- the album seems to go on and on and on
- long periods of monotonous electronica
- strange peripheral noises that don’t seem to be part of the song
- impenetrable and not particularly user friendly
- this isn't helped by vocals that have a default setting of bored and flat
- a heck of a lot of truly average music
- Red Cosmos is just about worth persevering with.
- Possibly one of the daftest tunes I’ve ever played
- It’s weird music that I mostly hate
-Dunno whether to get up and dance or headbut my comp..
- I'm confused, but not in a bad way