What Makes It Go?
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|What Makes it Go?|
|Studio album by Komeda|
|Label||North of No South, Minty Fresh|
|Pitchfork Media||7.5/10 link|
Upon its release What Makes it Go? received positive reviews from music critics and was noted for being a worthy progression from previous album The Genius of Komeda. It is now generally viewed as the band's best album.
All songs written by Komeda
- "It's Alright, Baby"
- "Cul de Sac"
- "Living Things"
- "Our Hospitality"
- "A Simple Formality"
- "Mushroom" (Japan only bonus track)
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