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by Julian Cope
It is a crying shame that I cannot share with you the stomping "Toe to Toe" from Pere Ubu's new album 20 Years in a Montana Missile Silo, but it's not on YouTube, so that's life. Instead I have another stomping cut, this one from Julian Cope's third solo album Saint Julian, coming after three albums with his band The Teardrop Explodes. This album got Cope into MTV's "Buzz Bin" and was his first real inroad to the U.S. scene (I could be wrong about this, but it might even be the first Cope album to come out in the States). Anyhow, after reading Cope's double memoir Head On/Repossessed last year, I've spent 2017 doing a deep dive into his Teardrops and pre-Peggy Suicide (1991) solo material. I've not heard some of this music in years, and Cope has been a longtime favorite of mine. It's been great to hear it again.

I dedicate this particular cut to the world's new Martin Shkreli, FCC scumbag Chairman Ajit Pai, on the occasion of his dismantling net neutrality. And yes, Donny Junior, I understand it and can explain it.
1987 - Island
Posted: 15th December 2017
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