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  1. Released in the U.S. a year after it was issued in the rest of the world, Komeda’s long-awaited fourth album, Kokomemedada, doesn’t quite match the heights of What Makes It Go?. However, it does deliver more of the band’s fun and occasionally surprising pastiches of rock, pop, disco, synth pop, and whatever else catches their capahamprogdanabobouracnimatnetp.xyzinfo: $
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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Kokomemedada on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Kokomemedada Wikipedia article Album by Komeda. Nonsense Blossom (Got to Get It Out) Victory Lane Fade In Fade Out Catcher Elvira Madigan Out from the Rain Dead Reproduce Brother Bonus track on US releaseCheck It Out External links Amazon: buy Kokomemedada capahamprogdanabobouracnimatnetp.xyzinfo: search for Komeda • Kokomemedada iTunes: buy Kokomemedada AllMusic: Kokomemedada Discogs: Kokomemedada .
  5. Kokomemedada was first released in on Sonet Records and in in the United States on the Minty Fresh label. The album is the first Komeda release after the departure of guitarist Mattias Norlander, leaving the band to continue as a trio. The album contains ten songs (plus a hidden bonus track on the Minty Fresh release).
  6. Released in the U.S. a year after it was issued in the rest of the world, Komeda 's long-awaited fourth album, Kokomemedada, doesn't quite match the heights of What Makes It Go?. However, it does deliver more of the band's fun and occasionally surprising pastiches of rock, pop, disco, synth pop, and whatever else catches their fancy.6/
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Komeda - Kokomemedada at Discogs. Complete your Komeda collection/5(14).
  8. Find Komeda discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Named in honor of Krzysztof Komeda, the late jazz musican/film composer best known for his work with Roman Polanski and Ingmar Bergman, the Swedish kitsch-pop outfit Komeda originated in as the pit.

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