Cop Shoot Cop ‎– White Noise

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Big Cat ‎– ABB29CD
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Tracklist

1 Discount Rebellion 2:22
2 Traitor/Martyr 4:41
3 Coldest Day Of The Year 4:57
4 Feel Good 3:19
5 Relief 2:53
6 Empires Collapse 2:57
7 Corporate Protopop 1:19
8 Heads I Win, Tails You Lose 2:43
9 Chameleon Man 5:07
10 Where's The Money? 0:57
11 If Tomorrow Ever Comes 5:25
12 Hung Again 3:08

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  • Barcode: 7 36601 00292 0
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE IN U.K. ABBCD29 10166251 02 %

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ABB29 Cop Shoot Cop White Noise(LP, Album) Big Cat ABB29 UK 1991 Sell This Version
none Cop Shoot Cop White Noise(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Big Cat none UK 1991 Sell This Version
ABB 29C Cop Shoot Cop White Noise(Cass, Album) Big Cat ABB 29C UK 1991 Sell This Version
ABB29CD Cop Shoot Cop White Noise(CD, Album) Big Cat ABB29CD UK Unknown Sell This Version

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December 13, 2010
i have a few records like this in my collection that i need to throw on every once in a while. the record is a snarling, comedic attack on contemporary culture; this is not constructive criticism, it's sheer contempt.

some people would find that depressing; i find it builds confidence.

they tear the audience down first; discount rebellion, indeed. the band then suggests that the character of judas displays a more ideal set of human traits than the character of jesus, narrates the suicide of some powerful person, suggests that the general thrust of american foreign policy has the mindset of a deranged and lawless cowboy and that the country is too stoned on consumerism to give a fuck, satirizes drug culture, delves into apocalyptic opera, satirizes consumerism again, belittles modern politics and democracy as a collection of illusory choices, attacks hypocrisy, satirizes crime, explores the possible benefits and drawbacks of the oncoming dystopia and gloriously closes off by suggesting that we all just forget about it and get drunk.

you probably don't want to throw this on if you're looking to have a peaceful dinner, but if you're looking to mentally iron out a combustible situation by diffusing it with comedy and you still have the aura of a pissed off teenager living inside of you, the record could fit snugly into a sporadically drawn upon but absolutely necessary niche.