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‘Peggy Suicide’ by JULIAN COPE
Released: 22 April 1991 / seventh solo LP
ALL MUSIC wrote: “Casting the ill-advised attempts at too-clean modern rock from his late-’80s days firmly aside and fulfilling the promise of Skellington and Droolian, Cope on Peggy Suicide produced his best album to date, overtopping even his Teardrop Explodes efforts. Showing a greater musical breadth and range than ever before, from funk to noise collage — and more importantly, not sounding like a dilettante at any step of the way. An absolute, stone-cold rock classic, full stop.” Score: 4.5/5 – Full review here.
TURN UP THE VOLUME‘s favorite tracks: Pristeen / Double Vegetation / East Easy Rider / Soldier Blue / Hanging Out & Hung Up On The Line / You / Beautiful Love / Las Vegas Basement
Album in full (#1- #18)
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