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A whole lot of backstory on Coke's gremlins

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If you enjoyed Mother London's "Organ Player" spot for Coke, with the goofy musical gremlins, there's more about them at CokeCreatures.com. The best part might be the biographies of all 10 characters over on their Flickr page. (Crétin and Tincré, in particular, sound about as dimwitted as they look.) There's also a Facebook page and various other gimcrack. (The song from the commercial is available on iTunes in the U.K. but is not yet in the U.S. store.) Meanwhile, some are wondering whether the whole campaign was inspired by this German cat piano from the 1600s.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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