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Premonition - Cococoma - Cococoma (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Find CoCoComa discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Bill and Lisa Roe are a couple who clearly love rock & roll; they run a small label, Trouble in Mind Records, and front the garage punk band CoCoComa when they're not busy with day jobs and looking after.
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  3. El Coco ~ Cocomotion LP Vinyl Record El Coco El Coco/Le Pamplemousse Tuxedo Junction & Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, Single, Import, July 12, 4/5(4).
  4. Explore releases from Lisa Roe at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Lisa Roe at the Discogs trogumomtoogamlirestgousbiosacphyomea.coinfog: Premonition.
  5. Cococoma: Black Maps; The Mans: Let's Get Primitive; The Mans: Dum Dum Love. split 7" (Sarah Mason's Medical Records, , HMO) blue vinyl. Cococoma: Keep That Volume Down; Turpentine Brothers: Never Done Nothing Right. Cococoma/Hipshakes 7" (Tic Tac Totally, , TTT) greyish purplemarbled vinyl, tour single. Cococoma: Never Be True.
  6. Things Are Not All Right is the second album on Goner from the Chicago bash-and-crash pop trio CoCoComa. Comprised of husband-and-wife Bill and Lisa Roe on drums and guitar, respectively, plus Mike Fitzpatrick on bass and organ, the band is part garage, part psych pop, and all pure punk energy. Things Are Not All RightMissing: Premonition.
  7. It's a bit hard to imagine that Bill and Lisa Roe were pushing 30 when CoCoComa recorded their first album, since the music has the nervy but joyous attack of a bunch of kids jacked up on Mountain Dew and Pixie Stix and set loose on some instruments. But CoCoComa's self-titled debut is also garage punk with a genuine sense of history, something that often comes with maturity and the time to 7/
  8. Things Are Not All Right is the second album on Goner from the Chicago bash-and-crash pop trio CoCoComa. Comprised of husband-and-wife Bill and Lisa Roe on drums and guitar, respectively, plus Mike Fitzpatrick on bass and organ, the band is part garage, part psych pop, and all pure punk energy. Things Are Not All Right takes the catchy, spazzy push of their first album and adds depth and more Missing: Premonition.

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