Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
New album featuring the singles 'I Come From Another Planet, Baby', 'Planetary Sit-In' & 10 other tracks.Packeged in a flip-top brilliant box with a fold-out color booklet. Coming out domestic on Cooking Vinyl on June 24, ... more »
New album featuring the singles 'I Come From Another Planet, Baby', 'Planetary Sit-In' & 10 other tracks.Packeged in a flip-top brilliant box with a fold-out color booklet. Coming out domestic on Cooking Vinyl on June 24, 1997.
A great 'pop' album
email@example.com | Perth, WA Australia | 11/25/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Cope's albums from Peggy Suicide through to this one represent a sustained output of near genius. Interpreter is let down just a little bit by its at times silly lyrics, but is full of great tunes with not a dud track. Like all of Cope's albums of the 90s it is best listened to in a single sitting as the tempo builds and the songs run together in a way that highlights their strengths more so than as a collection of individual tracks. Cope's new EP is now released and a new album is not far away. He is a relatively undiscovered & unknown treasure."
Give me Cope
firstname.lastname@example.org | some bar in topeka | 08/06/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Every song is great. Every lyric is great. The mix is great. The musicianship is great. There is even great packaging."
Music of Megalithic Proportions
email@example.com | 07/31/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Julian Cope does it again. This is a superb album. I Come From Another Planet Baby was a great rock single, with an hypnotic rhythm and great lyrics. Then comes a rehashed favourite I've Got My TV & My Pills...brilliant stuff. My favourite track is The Battle For The Trees, a politically motivated song, maybe, but this is Cope at his best. The album loses its way a bit in the second half, but finishes strongly with Dust. A great album from a great artist."