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Julian Cope - Revolutionary Suicide


1The Armenian Genocide
2Destroy Religion
3Hymn To The Odin
4They Were On Hard Drugs
5Revolutionary Suicide
6Russian Revolution Blues
7Phoney People, Phoney Lives
8Paradise Mislaid
9Why Did The Chicken Cross My Mind?
10In His Cups
11Mexican Revolution Blues


  • ArtworkJulian Cope
  • DesignHoly McGrail
  • Liner NotesJulian, Lord Yatesbury
  • Producer, Directed ByJulian Cope
  • Recorded ByAntronhy De La O


Three Poems
1. The Khaledonian
2. Revolutionary
3. Gurdjung


  • Barcode (Printed): 5 029385 994792
  • Barcode (String): 5029385994792


Revolutionary Suicide - Julian Cope. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Revolutionary Suicide is the twenty-ninth solo album by Julian Cope, released on 20 May 2013, on Cope's own Head Heritage label. The album shows a strong folk influence, continuing and expanding on the musical style of Cope's side project Black Sheep, as well as earlier solo albums such as Skellington 1989 and Autogeddon 1994. Retaining the acoustic guitars and large marching bass drum of the Black Sheep material, the sound on Revolutionary Suicide is supplemented by analogue monosynths. Album 2013 11 Songs. Revolutionary Suicide Julian Cope. in album Julian Cope - Revolutionary Suicide 2013. Julian Cope - Revolutionary Suicide. Julian Cope - Paradise Mislaid. Julian Cope - Mexican Revolution Blues. Julian Cope - Russian Revolution Blues. Julian Cope - They Were On Hard Drugs. Julian Cope - In His Cups. Julian Cope - Phoney People, Phoney Lives. Julian Cope - Destroy Religion. Total votes: 1. Other albums by Julian Cope. Julian Cope. Saint Julian. To say that Julian Cope's 29th album Revolutionary Suicide is a return to form would be disingenuous. After all, the prolific artist has taken on so many roles over the years, you'd be hard-pressed to choose which one: pop singer, anarchist, ecologist, pagan scholar and self-proclaimed Archdrude are just a few that spring to mind. Beginning with the 1991 release of his politicized and beautifully shambolic seventh album Peggy Suicide, Cope has consistently taken the road less traveled, becoming the kind of untouchable outsider whose public image has become too strange to. Listen free to Julian Cope Revolutionary Suicide Hymn To The Odin, Why Did The Chicken Cross My Mind and more. 11 tracks 70:55. It was released on 20 May 2013, on Cope's own Head Heritage label. Track listing. Disc One. Hymn to the Odin - 7:10. Why Did the Chicken Cross My Mind - 6:47. The Armenian Genocide - 15:58. Disc Two. Revolutionary Suicide - 3:19. Paradise Mislaid - 4:45. Mexican Revolution Blues - 3:04. Russian Revolution Blues - 3:08. They Were on Hard Drugs - 7:18. In His Cups - 5:45. Phoney People, Phoney Lives - 2:37. Revolutionary Suicide Pt. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Current track: The Armenian GenocideThe Armenian Genocide

Julian Cope - Revolutionary Suicide
Performer: Julian Cope
Genre: Rock / Folk
Title: Revolutionary Suicide
Country: UK
Released: 20 May 2013
MP3 album: 1698 mb
FLAC album: 2877 mb
Source: 2 × CD, Album
№ Cat: HH27
Label: Head Heritage