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Klaus Nomi

Kate Allen, Classic Pop, October 2013

Looking like a gothic kewpie doll and sounding like an operatic vocal virtuoso, Klaus Nomi was an unlikely New Wave icon. Thirty years after his premature death, we recount the tale of an obscure experimentalist who pushed the boundaries of pop-music performance

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