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The Mommyheads

The Mommyheads were an American indie pop band who played from around 1987 through 1998. Starting in New York City as the brainchild of singer Adam Cohen (name later changed to Adam Elk), the band produced a string of quirky and highly inventive releases on various independent labels - most notably Simple Machines. Their music has been compared to XTC. They relocated to San Francisco in 1990. The band signed to Geffen Records in 1997, producing a single album for the label before breaking up in 1998.

This Adam Cohen is not to be confused with Leonard Cohen's son, also named Adam, who has released major label solo albums as well as recordings with the group The Low Millions. The Mommyheads' Cohen performed solo (and released an...

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Motvind (i.e. Headwind or Contrary wind). Swedish rebellrock group from Gothenburg. Formed by Juris Salmins and Göran Ekstrand in 1974. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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