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For the Damaged Coda
Evilmortyblends
Song by Blonde Redhead
ALBUM Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons
RELEASED 2000
EPISODE "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind"

"The Ricklantis Mixup"

GENRE Indie pop, dream pop
LENGTH 2:37 (original)
ORIGINAL PERFORMER "Blonde Redhead"
Chronology
PREVIOUS "Tutti Frutti"
"In the City"
NEXT "Shake that Ass"
"Fathers and Daughters (Doo-Doo in My Butt)"
Media
"For the Damaged Coda" is a song by Blonde Redhead. It is featured at the end of the episodes "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind," playing while Evil Morty destroys his eye-patch transmitter and "The Ricklantis Mixup" playing while it is presumed Evil Morty has become president of the Citadel of Ricks.

For the Damaged Coda is based on the classical piece Nocturne Op. 55 No.1 by Frédéric Chopin

ve Music of Rick and Morty
Rick and Morty Theme Song
Season 1
Original music Christmas DrumsFlu Hatin' RapHandy HandsHuman MusicIt's a Small, Small IntestineRun From Your YouthThe Gear War SongThe Rick Dance
Real world songs For the Damaged CodaLast King ChristmasLook On Down From The BridgeShake That Ass BitchSweet Home AlabamaTutti FruttiX Gon' Give it to Ya
Season 2
Original music Alien Jazz RapGet SchwiftyGoodbye MoonmenHead Bent OverI'm a Tax AttorneyLet Me OutLove Connection ExperienceLuppoo Luppoo Luppa LupsSummer & Tinkles SongTiny Rick Song
Real world songs Do You Feel It?Feels GoodHurt
Season 3
Original music TerryfoldFathers and Daughters (Doo-Doo in My Butt)
Real world songs In the CityFor the Damaged Coda Miscellaneous
Deleted/Unused songs The Recipe for Concentrated Dark Matter
Pocket Mortys List of Pocket Mortys music

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