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Electronic / Pop
Performer: Koo Dé Tah
Style: Synth-pop
Year 2010
Genre: Electronic / Pop
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 985
MP3 size: 1729 mb
FLAC size: 1490 mb
WMA size: 1980 mb

Koo Dé Tah - download album

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Listen to music from Koo Dé Tah like Drift Away (Don't Let It). Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Koo Dé Ta. Self-titled debut album and single "Think Of Me" in 1986, followed by "Missed You All Along"

Songs in album Koo De Tah - Koo De Tah (1986). 1. Too Young For Promises. Drift Away (Don't Let It). Koo De Tah. 04:03 320 Кб/с 185. 10.

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Koo De Tah (also Koo Dé Tah or Koo Dee Tah) was a New Zealand/Australian pop music band of the 1980s. The core band members were Tina Cross (a native of New Zealand) and Leon Berger (Australian), who met in Sydney. In 1984 Cross, who was a successful singer in New Zealand (having four top 50 singles and won the 1979 Pacific Song Contest), moved to Australia and formed the band with Berger, who was born in Russia and studied at the Moscow Conservatory of Music. Berger and Cross having previously met at a song contest in New Zealand. The band's self-titled debut album was released in 1986. Too Young For Promises" was featured in the 1984 film "Streets Of Fire", starring Michael Paré and Diane Lane. The band was active from 1984 to 1987.

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In several ways Koo Dé Tah stood in contrast with their contemporaries. Australian pop music in the 80s was heavily Anglo-Saxon er by virtue of the pub rock circuit, insular cultural attitudes, or otherwise. Koo Dé Tah was comprised of two accomplished musicians with differing backgrounds (New Zealander Tina Cross with Māori heritage, and former Russian popstar Leon Berger). That they had a radio hit with Too Young For Promises and were still unafraid to take risks and experiment makes this record all the more remarkable.