Create account Log in

Peggy Suicide (Deluxe Edition)

[Edit]

Download links and information about Peggy Suicide (Deluxe Edition) by Julian Cope. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 02:33:55 minutes.

Artist: Julian Cope
Release date: 1991
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 29
Duration: 02:33:55
Buy on iTunes $13.99
Buy on Amazon $13.49

Tracks

[Edit]
No. Title Length
1. Pristeen 4:40
2. Double Vegetation 3:51
3. East Easy Rider 3:58
4. Promised Land 3:38
5. Hanging Out and Hung Up On the Line 4:43
6. Safesurfer 8:05
7. If You Loved Me At All 5:00
8. Drive, She Said 4:34
9. Soldier Blue 4:47
10. You... 1:47
11. Not Raving But Drowning 4:14
12. Head 2:20
13. Leperskin 5:10
14. Beautiful Love 3:13
15. Western Front 1992 C.E. 2:01
16. Hung Up and Hanging Out to Dry 4:47
17. The American Lite 4:02
18. Las Vegas Basement 4:50
19. Easty Risin (East Easy Rider Remix) 8:18
20. Ravebury Stones 11:31
21. Love (L.U.V.) [Beautiful Love Remix] 6:50
22. Dragonfly 9:15
23. Heed: Of Penetration and the City-Dweller (Head Remix) 6:08
24. Bring Cherhill Down (Vocal Version) 6:54
25. Safesurfer (1991 Tour Single) 6:57
26. If You Loved Me At All (1991 Tour Single) 6:27
27. Butterfly E 6:34
28. Straw Dogs 5:28
29. Anyway At All 3:53

Details

[Edit]

1991’s Peggy Suicide helped re-establish Julian Cope as an artist of consequence. His work with the Teardrop Explodes had made him a credible singer-songwriter with fantastically modern psychedelic visions, but the music from his solo career veered towards hard-edged pop for the masses and obscure tunes best left to his hardcore fans. With Peggy Suicide, Cope came into focus. Its original 18 tracks made for a powerful double album at a time when CDs were the dominant format (the album was split into four parts). An extended jam like “Safesurfer” fit comfortably among the brutal punch of “Hanging Out and Hung Up On the Line” and the bizarre nod to Elvis (“Las Vegas Basement”). The 2010 Deluxe Edition features plenty of extended workouts where the songs go back to their jamming stage from the danceclub remix of “Easty Risin (East Easy Rider Remix)” to the nine-and-a-half minute mutterings of “Dragonfly” and the seven-minute single version of “Safesurfer.” The extra material is for those hardcore fans who know a demented, if somewhat self-indulgent, genius when they hear one, and need to hear every final crazed note.