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In C.O.G. We Trust
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In C.O.G. We Trust on CD

IN COG WE TRUST If Young Frankenstein, the HAL9000 computer (from 2001, A Space Odyssey), 'drunken' comedian Foster Brooks and Weird Al Yankovich all had an insane, inbred love band, it would be The Consortium of Genius. COG, as thousands of fanatic minions have called them for years, has just released (what else?) a work of legendary genius. In COG We Trust captures this New Orleans band's outrageous stage shows (lectures) with parodies ranging from Queen, AC/DC, Neil Diamond, The Gapp Band, Lynard Skynard and country, with a few space aliens thrown in for good measure. Ringleader Dr. Milo T. Pinkerton, III is the real genius behind COG, and uses his uncanny singing voice to mimic the legends of music. Along with the drunken Dr. A, the Middle Eastern antics of Dr. Z, plus the mechanized madness of Drumbot, COG delivers a laugh fest that is the perfect medicine for music mediocrity. - JC Patterson, Jackson Free Press 'Thanks for...the C.O.G. CD. It's Awesome!! And well worth the wait!' - Paul Tassen 'LOVE the new disc!' - George 'Loki' Williams 'I listed to 'In COG We Trust' last night.. you all HAVE to get this CD. :)' - Crystal Guillory 'sounds impeccable' - Robert Fontenot, Offbeat 'an epic work' - Keith Spera, Lagniappe 'entertaining!' - Alex Rawls, Gambit Magazine 'Dear. Elvis. Almighty. When it comes out into general release, I'm either buying copies for everyone, or I'm beating the crap out of anyone who doesn't buy it.' - Paul Riddell.