Cockamamie

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This article is about the Jen Trynin album. For other uses, see Decalcomania.
Cockamamie
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Studio album by Jen Trynin
Released June 13, 1995
Recorded 1994
Genre indie rock, alternative rock
Label Squint Records, Warner Bros. Records
Jen Trynin chronology
Cockamamie
(1995)
Gun Shy, Trigger Happy
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Cockamamie is the debut album from Boston-based musician Jen Trynin. Released in 1995 to generally positive acclaim, the album failed to do well on the charts.

The story of how this album came to be and the process regarding its release on Warner Bros. Records is chronicled in Trynin's 2006 book Everything I'm Cracked Up to Be.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Jen Trynin.

  1. "Happier"
  2. "Better Than Nothing"
  3. "Everything Is Different Now"
  4. "One Year Down"
  5. "Snow"
  6. "All This Could Be Yours"
  7. "Too Bad You're Such A Loser"
  8. "Knock Me Down"
  9. "If I Had Anything To Say (Don't You Think I Would Have Said It All?)"
  10. "Beg"
  11. "Do It Alone"

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