Curious - Komeda - What Makes It Go? (CD, Album)

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  1. My first encounter with Komeda was hearing "Curious" from 's What Makes It Go on WFMU* on release. That album is a masterpiece of bright Euro-pop, sometimes informed by funk. It was not until now I found The Genius Of Komeda, the band named after the composer who scored many of Roman Polanski's 's films/5(11).
  2. In December , whilst in Los Angeles, Komeda had a tragic accident which led to a haematoma of the brain. He was pushed off an escarpment by writer Marek Hłasko during a drinking party. Medical treatment in the US hospital did not save his life, and after having been transported home to Poland in a coma and in terminal state, he died.
  3. Jan 11,  · Curious by Komeda from What Makes It Go. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  4. ‎Album · · 11 Songs. 11 Songs, 37 Minutes Preview. What Makes It Go? Komeda Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Binario 2 It's Alright, Baby 3 Curious 4 Cul de Sac 5 Living Things 6 Flabbergast 7 Campfire 8 Happyment
  5. Check out What Makes It Go? by Komeda on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on wighvolknamidisttipikerapemasu.coinfo
  6. This is a band that is as versed in pop music history as Stereolab or Broadcast, and What Makes It Go? is a landmark album of ingenuitive revisionist pop. Opening with "Binario", you are told straight away that, yes, Komeda have lived through the s and s, and play electro-pop as well as anyone, a sound revisited on "Happyment".
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of What Makes It Go? on Discogs.4/5(12).
  8. My first encounter with Komeda was hearing "Curious" from 's What Makes It Go on WFMU* on release. That album is a masterpiece of bright Euro-pop, sometimes informed by funk. It was not until now I found The Genius Of Komeda, the band named after the composer who scored many of Roman Polanski's 's films.

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