|Artist:||Cope, Julian||Added:||Oct 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-10-09||Pull Date:||2005-12-11|
|Week Ending:||Dec 11||Dec 4||Nov 13||Nov 6||Oct 30||Oct 23||Oct 16|
|1.||Jun 24, 2013:||no way to say
|4.||Dec 06, 2005:||Eclectica
I Can't Hardly Stand It
|2.||Jan 22, 2008:||The Wonder Girls of Saint Sabbath
World War Pigs
|5.||Nov 30, 2005:||Epic Soundtracks
The Living Dead
|3.||Jul 12, 2007:||Fiction Romance
Feels Like A Crying Shame
|6.||Nov 09, 2005:||Epic Soundtracks
Edge Of Death
1. Dark, semi-gothy guitar anthem. Sorta tribal percussion. Starts with 20 secs of soft, percussive noises.
2. Shambolic, noisy psych rock. Manic and intense. Starts with manic spoken vocals about a train coming in to a station. Quick fade.
==> 3. Political psych folk ballad about Saddam Hussein and the cult of politics. Distorted vocals. Starts with multi-tracked acoustic guitars. Ends with “Yeah, that’s where I’m living,” then quick fade.
==> 4. Psych/noise anthem with “ooh-ahh” vocals. Starts with loud fuzz guitar. “Don’t give me love. Just give me head.”
5. Up-tempo noise/dance psych rock. Retro feel, like very early Who. So cool. “Depends what you mean by dead.” Ends with several secs of silence.
6. Slow, dark, electric blues rock epic (13 mins long). Starts with guitar noises and drums. Instrumental for first two mins. Fades and then a few secs of silence.
1. Dark, slow, folk rock epic (10 mins long). Starts with very slow fade in from silence. Includes spoken introduction as though it’s live. Ends with “Feels like a crying shame,” then several secs of silence.
==> 2. Angst-filled, slow, apocalyptic folk rock. Clear, very present vocals. Starts with acoustic guitar and keyboard arpeggio. “This song is freaking me out.” Fades, then several secs of silence.
3. Spacy, introspective folk pop. Sort of the title track. “I have a light. Different to you. Everything blows me away.” Starts with pretty synth and acoustic guitar. Fades, then several secs of silence.
4. Slow, electric, Neil-Youngish country rock. Starts with twin-lead guitars. “Lately, baby, homeless strangers catch my eye.”
5. Slow art piece. Almost poetry -- voice is way out front and instruments way in back. “I knew I was listening to the living dead.” Starts with noisy guitar. Piano becomes prominent toward end. Ends with more than 10 secs of silence.
6. Noisy/psych epic ballad. Full of angst. Voice plus noisy, multiple guitars--and that’s all for the first four minutes. “I watch myself walking down the road.”