Cop Shoot Cop - Suck City EP FLAC album
Suck City (1992): 0:00 Nowhere 4:33 Days Will Pass 8:33 We Shall Be Changed 13:32 Suck City (time stamps thanks to 101VaultDude) This version of the album.
Band Name Cop Shoot Cop. Album Name Suck City. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1992. Labels Interscope Records. Estilo de MúsicaNoise Hardcore. Membros têm este álbum0.
Noise Hardcore Cop Shoot Cop. 乐队列表 Noise Hardcore Cop Shoot Cop Suck City. Band Name Cop Shoot Cop. 版公司 Interscope Records.
Cop Shoot Cop was a rock music group founded in New York, NY in 1987 and disbanded in 1996.
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Mixed By – Cop, Bisi. Percussion, Drums – Phil Puleo. Photography By – Michitaka Fujimi. Recorded By – Martin Bisi. Sampler, Tape – Filer. Written-By – Tod A. (tracks: 1, 4). Notes. The format 'EP' is only printed on the cover. Released in a J-card case with a single-sided 4-panel J-card; no lyrics. Track durations do not appear on the release.
In 1992, Cop Shoot Cop landed a deal with major label Interscope, who issued the Suck City EP four months prior to releasing the Ask Questions Later album. As I did when compiling Consumer Revolt, I was tempted to place the earlier EP release first. I decided not to, but I'm still of two minds on this. The Suck City EP features the first version of "Nowhere. By placing the Suck City EP after the Ask Questions Later LP, the first version of "Nowhere" plays after the album version that appeared later.
Cop Shoot Cop was a rock music group founded in New York City in 1987. They disbanded in 1996. After the first album and tour, Ouimet left for good: he founded the short-lived Motherhead Bug and would later guest with Cop Shoot Cop, playing trombone or leading the "Motherhead Horns" horn section. Cop Shoot Cop continued recording and touring; they surprised some fans by recruiting guitarist Steve McMillen for Release, released by Interscope Records.
Cop is the second studio album by American experimental rock band Swans. It was released in 1984, through record label . 22. On Cop, Swans took the style of their previous LP, 1983's Filth, and intensified it, utilizing slower tempos, more tape loops, and even more abrasive musical textures. The lyrics are again concerned with ambiguous themes like physical, often sexual domination and occasionally submission. Some publications recognize Cop as Swans' darkest, most brutal release.
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|Days Will Pass||4:01|
|We Shall Be Changed||5:00|
|Suck City (Here We Come)||2:29|
|ABB 39 SCD, ABB39SCD||Cop Shoot Cop||Suck City EP (CD, EP)||Big Cat, Big Cat||ABB 39 SCD, ABB39SCD||UK||1992|
|ABB39T||Cop Shoot Cop||Suck City EP (12", EP)||Big Cat||ABB39T||UK||1992|
|none||Cop Shoot Cop||Suck City EP (Cass, EP, Promo)||Big Cat||none||UK||1992|
|0-96116||Cop Shoot Cop||Suck City (12")||Interscope Records||0-96116||US||1992|
|96116-2||Cop Shoot Cop||Suck City (CD, Maxi)||Interscope Records||96116-2||US||1992|