Julian Cope - Trampolene

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Vocalist, bassist and songwriter, born in Deri (UK). Grew up in Tamworth (UK) before moving to Liverpool (UK). Now living in Avebury (UK). Born on the 21st of October 1957. His first band, as bassist, was The Crucial Three, which he co-founded in May 1977 together with Ian McCulloch and Pete Wylie. They disbanded in June 1977. In 1978, he founded the post punk band Teardrop Explodes, The with which he gained fame. The band disbanded in late 1982. He moved back to his old home Tamworth (UK) and started recording his first solo album which was released in 1984. He then started to write books, including, amongst others, two books about his own musical career. In 1992 he founded Queen Elizabeth and in 1999 he founded the band Brain Donor, both bands are still going.

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Group / Artist Julian Cope
Band country United Kingdom
Format 12Single
Label Island records
Reference 12IS305
Edition country UK
Edition year 1987
Cover condition (EX) excellent
Record condition (EX) excellent
comments_condition N/A
Musical style description No
Musical style Pop
Cover condition description No
Record condition description No
Vocalist, bassist and songwriter, born in Deri (UK). Grew up in Tamworth (UK) before moving to Liverpool (UK). Now living in Avebury (UK). Born on the 21st of October 1957. His first band, as bassist, was The Crucial Three, which he co-founded in May 1977 together with Ian McCulloch and Pete Wylie. They disbanded in June 1977. In 1978, he founded the post punk band Teardrop Explodes, The with which he gained fame. The band disbanded in late 1982. He moved back to his old home Tamworth (UK) and started recording his first solo album which was released in 1984. He then started to write books, including, amongst others, two books about his own musical career. In 1992 he founded Queen Elizabeth and in 1999 he founded the band Brain Donor, both bands are still going.
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