This album was written from 2006 to 2009, with a 4 track and/or audacity. It was written and recorded entirely by the sole artist Laura Cooper. All rights reserved. You have the right to remain silent.
What people have said about Crystal Decadenz:
"the voice, cello and guitar are propulsive and lovely; public worthy. I especially enjoy the way the cello (it's a cello, right?) stays in back and provides sweet shading." ("Crystal Decadenz")
"terrific song." ("Crystal Decadenz")
"This is sweet...the bass has a nice rolling drive to it and your chord choices on guitar are great! For me, it has a nice jazzy punk feel. Keep it up!" ("Crystal Decadenz")
"You have a very distinctive use of vibrato that I quite like. It's sort of what Bob Marley used to do, but without the tone modulations, just the wailing. In the first verse is more noticeable, the second one is closer to a normal vibrato.
The breaks and the changes always come in unexpected places and go in unforeseeable directions and I quite like that as well. Is refreshing to hear someone playing what they want to play instead of trying to adhere to regular song structures. Kudos for that." ("Heaven.")
"It would be easy for an electric guitar and voice track to be boring but this was really nice. I dig the playing and the message. The vocals go from being very subdued to a bit short of Broadway. Not sure if you played the guitar but there was no slacking there either." ("Counsellors Don't Lie")
"So I just listen to your music and I actually really like it! You sing really well! very unique and indie voice"
released July 30, 2009
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