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== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==
* The melody of this track is virtually identical to that of [[Olson]] from [[Music Has the Right to Children]].
* The melody of this track is virtually identical to that of [[Olson]] from [[Music Has the Right to Children]].
* Coke is a reference to the Coca-Cola soft drink but can also refer to cocaine. Many of BoC tracks often contain drug references.
* The [[Societas x Tape|Societas x Tape]] features a vintage photograph of a band playing at the Tomorrowland Terrace in Disneyland, California, dated from the 1970s. The band is seen playing under a Coke sign.
[[Category: Released tracks]]
[[Category: Released tracks]]

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