September 27, 2004

The first thing that crosses your mind is did Lloyd Cole ( & The Commotions) really have enough singles released to fill a complete CD and 21 tracks at that? …

May 15, 2004

Lloyd Cole’s smoldering, melancholic voice is as beautiful as it was two decades ago, when the Englishman led the Commotions to acclaim in his 20s. His most recent solo CD, …

May 2, 2004

Lloyd Cole made “Music in a Foreign Language” (One Little Indian) mostly by himself. That suits an album of falling-out-of-love songs in which a guy who sounds thoughtful and sensitive …

April 29, 2004

Lloyd Cole has been making records for 20 years now. That’s how long it’s been since Rattlesnakes, Cole & the Commotions’ debut album, was being refined in a Glasgow rehearsal …

April 29, 2004

Cole’s fifth solo album is an unashamedly laid back affair and it’s a pleasant surprise after several patchy albums.

He’s struggled with a dual personality in recent years. On one hand …

April 20, 2004

Twenty years after “Rattlesnakes” slithered onto college radio and caused a commotion with the overcoat set, Lloyd Cole unveils a hushed, soothing album on par with his last great release, …

April 18, 2004

nglish singer-songwriter Lloyd Cole is a cult artist in the United States, even though his 1984 debut, ”Rattlesnakes,” with his band the Commotions, showed breakout potential. Maybe he’s too smart, …

April 15, 2004

Lloyd Cole
Music in a Foreign Language (One Little Indian)