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Cougar - Law Review

by Sherrill Fulghum

The quintet known as Cougar use traditional instruments and computers to create their electron music. Their album "Law" contains 14 instrumental pieces.

While there are a number of curious and not readily identifiable sounds on the album and the layering of the instruments provides an interesting sound; the repeated rifts distract from this interest.

Cougar defines their sound as experimental or emergency rock; but they most resemble a cross between electronic music and the classical music of the twentieth century - electro-classical. Cougar's music sounds like what composers Bartok and Stravinsky might have done had they lived and composed in the computer age. Fans of these composers will appreciate and enjoy what Cougar has to offer.

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Label:Layered Music/2006

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