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 Julian Cope - Jehovahkill   

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Release Date:02/23/2018;Notes:Double vinyl LP pressing. Jehovahkill is the eighth album by Julian Cope, originally released in 1992. After the critical success of Peggy Suicide (1991), Cope's idea for Jehovakill was to incorporate a krautrock attitude into his music. He began recording the album with musicians Rooster Cosby and Donald Ross Skinner, while co-producing it with the latter. The sessions yielded what Cope considered to be his most sonically experimental material to date. Originally titling the record Julian H. Cope, he sent an 11 track version to Island Records, who initially rejected it's release, but gave Cope extra recording sessions for the album. During the extra sessions, in which six extra songs were recorded, the album became harder and was retitled Jehovahkill.;Track List:1. Soul Desert;2. No Hard Shoulder to Cry on;3. Akhenaten;4. The Mystery Trend;5. Up - Wards at 45º;6. Know (Cut My Friend Down);7. Necropolis;8. Slow Rider;9. Gimme Back My Flag;10. Poet Is Priest;11. Julian H. Cope;12. The Subtle Energies Commission;13. Fa - Fa;14. Fear Loves This Place;15. The Tower;16. Peggy Suicide Is Missing

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