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  • Audio CD (September 11, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Superball
  • ASIN: B0017H8JN0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #391,250 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. No Other Way
2. Are You Interested?
3. The Movie's Over
4. What If
5. Bird of Feather
6. Swamp
7. Sharing Space
8. Say Your Last Goodbye
9. How Long
10. The Town of Lincoln
11. Bitter Pills
12. Four Walls
13. Problem, Reaction, Solution

Editorial Reviews

Repressing. 2008 sophomore album from the Australian band, recorded at Radio Star Studios in California with producer Silvia Massy Shivy and mixer Rich Veltrop. With the first two singles from the album ('What If' and 'Bird Of Feather') spinning on high rotation on Triple J, and the success of their critically acclaimed 2005 debut, Sharing Space was one of the most anticipated Australian releases of 2008.

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Format: Audio CD
Sharing Space is the second full-length studio album (depending on how you feel about Just Visiting) by the sadly now defunct Australian Progressive Rock band Cog. This was the band’s final record before they split up and it’s a shame that they are no longer together as they feel slightly ahead of their time and as though if they came out now they’d receive a bit more success outside of their homeland (where this deservedly reached Gold Record status).

The sound found on the album is a sort of mixture between Prog and Alternative Metal, with thoughtful, considered and slowly unfolding pieces mixing it up beside more direct, biting material.

Album highlights include the lengthy album closer (with excellent drumming) “Problem, Reaction, Solution,” and opener “No Other Way,” as well as the more instant “Are You Interested?” and “Say Your Last Goodbye.”

They are definitely a grower sort of a band, and listening to this album gets better and better the more time and concentration you put into it. There’s a surprising amount of depth and nuance in what initially seems like a fairly simplistic record. The contrast of almost Nu Metal style bounce at times with dreamy, slow-paced sections and occasional bursts of synth (“Four Walls” and “Bitter Pills”) keeps things interesting and provides an enjoyable contrast.

The Gower brother’s vocals are emotive and the lyrics are thought provoking and interesting (check out “The Town Of Lincoln”). Add into that the little touches of samples or strings (such as on the excellent “How Long?”) and a solid, clear, effects-laden production job from Sylvia Massy of Tool and System Of A Down fame, and you have a really pleasant, rewarding listen.
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By Glenn R. Fuller on May 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Second full length album from these boys. Overall a very solid effort. I was waiting for quiet some time for this to come out, as were many other Aussies apparently, as it went to No. 2 on the album charts. Not a bad effort at all. There are some great somgs on here, and i love this album. If i could make one critisism, it would it be, perhaps it coulda' been heavier in parts. 'Are You Interested' is really the only song that has much head banging appeal to it at all. But like i said this is solid album with some great songs.
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Format: Audio CD
I feel that this CD shows the true depth and breadth of the musical talent that COG possess. The political undertones make the music that much more enjoyable. I think this is a must have for any audiophile who appreciates layered and textural music with meaning.
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By David J. Smythe on April 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Very polished well mixed album, awesome drum work from Lucius Borich.
Pleasure to listen to

A must have album for any progessive rock listener.
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