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Tuesday, 29 November 2005 00:00
Spook – The Dusk Sessions
Urban beats, portentous melodies and haunting vocal lines are what Spook are all about on The Dusk Sessions. Think Portishead meets Garbage without the big guitars. Moody and melancholy, this album creates a darker feel that sits a little askew with the clean and crisp backing tracks, but none the less delivers something interesting and listenable. My pick of the album would have to be the cover of Lullaby originally by The Cure which was the star of the CD, and its inclusion gives a good idea that Spook are aiming for a more gothic attitude and sound on this release. Most importantly, this is by far the direction that vocalist Chanel Cole is destined for, rather than the usual and typical route of R&B singer and dancer, this album goes much deeper than that.
Beat Magazine
Wednesday, 09 November 2005 03:14
Dusk Sessions Review by Lucy Love;

It’s impossible to write about Spook without introducing the world ‘Idol.’ Remember Chanel Cole? The ‘alternative’ girl from 2004’s series of Australian Idol? The one who knew lyrics to Portishead and Shirley Bassey songs? The one that I spent far too much money voting for? That’s the one. And remember that boy, Daniel Belle? The one who had that huge voice? You know, the one who had the hair Idol featured for an entire episode?
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 November 2005 03:15
Daily Telegraph - Review
Friday, 04 November 2005 01:21
Review of the Dusk Sessions in the Sydney Telegraph
Last Updated on Friday, 04 November 2005 02:14
The West Australian
Friday, 04 November 2005 01:19
Article on Spook by Tamara Hunter for the West Australian
Last Updated on Friday, 04 November 2005 02:15
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