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9 thoughts on “ Fear Loves This Place - Julian Cope - Jehovahkill (Cassette, Album)

  1. Julian H. Cope Lyrics: Some people lead their lives on a trusting to luck / Some people base their lives on a questionable fuck / Money’s on a winner yet the single most / Cataclysmic intrusion.
  2. Julian Cope (born Julian David Cope, on 21 October , in Deri, Mid Glamorgan) was raised in Tamworth, Staffordshire. He came to prominence as the singer of the Liverpool pop band The Teardrop Explodes in Cope has since released many solo albums and is a founding member of the bands Queen Elizabeth and Brain yozshushicagegagoreandronn.xyzinfo addition to his musical career, Cope has written several books of .
  3. Julian Cope is an amazing singer and his writing on this album is extremely mature. "Upwards at 45 Degrees" and "Fear Loves This Place" are chilling. This is one of the few albums I've ever heard where I say, "I wouldn't change a single thing about that record." And it's a .
  4. Jehovahkill Julian Cope. Fear Loves This Place Lyrics. The Cope initially delivered an track album named “Julian H. Cope” to his label, which rejected the tapes but sent him.
  5. Julian Cope— Jehovahkill. CD, 2xLP & Cassette Phase One Soul Desert No Hard Shoulder To Cry On Akhenaten The Mystery Trend Up-Wards At 45° Know (Cut My Friend Down) Phase Two Necropolis Slow Rider Gimme Back My Flag Poet Is Priest Julian H. Cope Phase Three The Subtle Energies Commission Fa-Fa-Fa-Fine Fear Loves This Place The Tower.
  6. Fear Loves This Place, a Single by Julian Cope. Released in on Island (catalog no. CID ; CD). Genres: Neo-Psychedelia, Alternative Rock, Folk Rock.
  7. " Fear Loves This Place " is a song by the English singer-songwriter Julian Cope. It is the only single released in support of his album Jehovahkill.
  8. Moving into what he later described as the second part of a trilogy of albums, Jehovahkill sees Julian Cope's focus shift from environmental collapse to raging against the destructiveness of mainstream religion and an attendant celebration of earlier, heathen impulses. The artwork and design draw this out further, with Cope providing commentary on a number of ancient megalithic temples and.
  9. Fear Loves This Place Lyrics: So a man struck a woman again / And a veil descended from above / The reasons they cried out / But it was no time for crying / It was the shaking of the world / We're.

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