Podcast Episode
Season
Five
number
216
Type
Album Review
Post Date
3/3/2015

Cop Shoot Cop

Release

Label
Interscope
Release year
1994
Producer
Cop Shoot Cop, Dave Sardy

Two-basses, drums, minimalist guitar, vocals and occasional piano, horns and harmonica - it's the unique sound of Cop Shoot Cop

This week’s Requested Review is the fourth and final album by Cop Shoot Cop, 1994’s Release. Neither of us knew what to expect, and our preconceived notions based on the album cover were quickly dashed as this hard-to-categorize two-bass, drum, minimalist guitar, vocal and occasional piano, horns and harmonica band took us on a interesting ride through post-punk, industrial and straight-up rock conventions.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Interference
  • 2:21 - History of the Band
  • 8:20 - It Only Hurts When I Breathe
  • 12:03 - Any Day Now
  • 14:34 - Suckerpunch
  • 21:43 - Lullaby
  • Outro - Turning Inside Out

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