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Arthur Drugstore - Julian Cope - Interpreter (CD, Album)

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  1. Femuro
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Interpreter - Julian Cope on AllMusic - - What turned out to be the last Cope solo album.
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  2. Fenriramar
    Without prior notice, Colleen asked Julian for his Top Five albums as the last question during their discussion at the John Peel Archive. Julian was a good sport and came up with a great selection, but has rightfully asked for a little disclaimer post-interview: “Cope notes he was prevailed upon out-of-the-blue so forgot to add Doors content.
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  3. Kabar
    Interpreter, an Album by Julian Cope. Released 14 October on Cooking Vinyl (catalog no. CKV CD ; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Pop, Alternative Rock, Space Rock.
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  4. Shazilkree
    Arthur Drugstore: B2: s,p.a.c.e.r.o.c.k With Me. B3: Re-Directed Male B4: Maid Of Constant Sorrow: B5: The Loveboat: B6: Dust: Notes Promotional copy titled 'Julian Cope' with same tracklist as Julian Cope - Interpreter Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; ECHCD Julian Cope: Interpreter 5/5(1).
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  5. Meztikazahn
    Fold-out cover is a map - "The Julian Cope all purpose mythological mind map of The Marlborough Downs & surrounding areas". Durations are from the UK release/5(18).
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  6. Maule
    Interpreter was Julian's most ambitious album up to that time, certainly when it comes to broadening his general sound. More Songs about Monotheism and Motherships, Cope awkwardly revisits the themes he introduced on his early Nineties albums. The sense of humour that Julian displays on this album is very much an acquired taste/5(10).
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  7. Zuramar
    Interpreter • Album • Julian Cope • Music VF, US & UK hits charts. 1. I Come from Another Planet, Baby 2. I've Got My TV & My Pills 3. Planetary Sit-In 4. Since I Lost My Head, it's Awl-Right 5. Cheap New-Age Fix 6. The Battle for the Trees 7. Arthur Drugstore 8. S.P.A.C.E.R.O.C.K. with Me 9. Re-Directed Male Maid of Constant Sorrow The Loveboat Dust.
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  8. Daijora
    One of the great eccentric new wave, indie heroes of the s, Julian Cope started out in the punk band Crucial Three with Ian McCulloch and Pete Wylie before making his name as the flamboyant front man of The Teardrop Explodes. Mixing psychedelia, surrealism and glam rock into smart alternative pop, Cope was billed as the era's Syd Barrett or Roky Erikson and he had a taste for excess and.
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