CD Album (c) moco 2004 (p) copyright control 2004. This sound recording is licensed to skinnydog records ltd. distributed in the u.k. by shellshock distribution.
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Singles ‘Miss Mantaray’ and ‘Where She Goes’ are included, as well as 10 other potential hits; its fair to say that Out To Go is brimming with firecrackers. ‘Baby When You Die’ and ‘Loaded’ make The Darkness look like pussies, and is powerful enough to banish The Datsuns back to the hole they crawled out of. This debut album may have been a long time in the making, but it has allowed the band time to write and record a finely tuned piece of work that never steps of the accelerator. This primal and primitive record is a breath of fresh air. Moco’s immensely entertaining tracks are filled with passion, exuding confidence and attitude from every pore. It’s great to listen to a band that believes in the music they create, you should believe in it as well.
Out To Go (uk) 4/5 www.highvoltage.org.uk
‘Baby When You Die’, their most recent single, represents the biggest hope for Moco. It’s a Morricone Western soundtrack with an insanely catchy chorus, twangy guitars and played at lightspeed. There’s a touch of Scally psychedelia to it, as if the Coral had overdosed on pies not pot. If there’s more of this pop gold to be mined from the Moco heads, they could end be being the biggest pop stars to come from the town since George Formby, Limahl and Mad Dicky Ashcroft.
Out To Go (UK) www.soundsxp.com