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Browncow
Got My Moojoo Working
self-realased

Per Bronco Karlsson records as Browncow. His music is multifaceted despite being done without the help of a big record label. "Only You" is a sweet little love song. "Factory Boy" contains a sly reference to Leonard Cohen. But it doesn't sound like him at all. Karlsson has his own voice.

"Refugee" is a moving song about a separation. Karlsson's approcah to the subject gets under the skin of the female protagonist. "Aingdg" is a cute tribute to a girl. Musically it's a synthetic-sounding song. At times Karlsson's song sound like they could do with some more instruments added, but mostly this is a fine record that shows a lot of promise.

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