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Boomkat Product Review:
All you illicit downloaders of music out there are seriously missing out. Without the packaging and inlay booklet accompanying this new album by Julian Cope, you'd be deprived of the full impact of the sloganeering, lyric transcripts and photos of middle-aged men in leather trousers loitering around in stone circles. You might not even know that he had people is band with names like Holy McGrail or Big Nige. Cope's way with words is bound to be fairly divisive. His entirely noble commemoration of the Aberfan disaster (in which 116 children lost their lives to a rockslide caused by the local coalmine) opens with the following gambit: "Back in the day/When I was young and gay/My life was very simple like a Harold Pinter play". I can't quite decide whether that's brilliant or unfathomably dreadful. He also thinks it's a good idea to give his songs such titles as 'Psychedelic Odin' (actually, that probably is a good idea) or - take a deep breath for this one - 'All The Blowing-Themselves-Up Motherf*ckers (Will Realise The Minute They Die That They Were Suckers)' which against all odds turns out to be one of the snappier pop ditties on this sprawling double album. Well worth checking out.