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DISC: 1

1. A1 Coco (Feat. Lilja Bloom)
2. A2 Hurt
3. A3 for Rose
4. A4 True Romance (Feat. Lilja Bloom)
5. A5 Distance (Feat. Lylith)
6. A6 Wake Up Sister (Feat. Max the Sax)
7. A7 Let's Roll (Feat. Blaktroniks)
8. B1 Sunny Bunny Blues (Feat. Veda 36)
9. B2 Dandy (Feat. Yola B.)
10. B3 Your Man
11. B4 Promises (Feat. Klaus Hainy)
12. B5 L├ętoile (Feat. Max the Sax)
13. B6 You and Me (Feat. Lilja Bloom)
14. B7 the Mojo Radio Gang (Radio Version)
15. C1 Ragtime Cat (Feat. Lilja Bloom)
16. C2 Silent Snow (Feat. Max the Sax)
17. C3 Libella Swing
18. C4 Catgroove
19. C5 Matilda
20. C6 the Flame
21. D1 Fleur de Lille
22. D2 Hotel Axos
23. D3 Monster (Original Version)
24. D4 Nosferatu (Original Version)

More Info:

New reissue of the 2009 LP as a 180g 2LP-set. With his unmistakable sound-mix of jazz and swing samples and electronic music, Parov Stelar has secured his own unique position in the world of music. The two discs are originally thought of as one with tracks that can be danced to and one with tracks for the home listener. Nevertheless the line between those two approaches becomes blurred in Parov Stelar's newer compositions. The album makes your feet tap more and more with every track. The musician himself sees the LP as a "book for musical readers" which is classically defined in introduction, middle part and end. Because of streaming hit singles the consumer behavior changed and people don't listen to albums the same way they used to. The experience that includes reflecting on less prominent tracks got lost somehow and Coco is a statement against this habit.