Cupid


Cupid

Cupid est le premier album de Kat Onoma, sorti en 1988.

Sommaire

Historique

Réception

Selon l'édition française du magazine Rolling Stone, cet album est le 58e meilleur album de rock français[1].

Liste des pistes

No Titre Durée
1. Cupid 4:59
2. The Ditty of the Drowned Father 4:54
3. Take a Message to Mary 3:12
4. From Pompéi 3:00
5. Wild Thing 4:03
6. Aphrodite's Lizard 5:02
7. Electric Cant 4:53
8. Full Moon, Full Jail 3:42
9. Liar 3:36
10. Cupid (remix) 3:55
11. Beggar's Law 3:04
12. Mary P 3:47
13. A Nice Mess 3:20
14. Sam Song 4:56

Références

  1. Rolling Stone, n°18 de février 2010

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