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You Gotta Problem with Me

Julian Cope Audio CD
2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (6 Aug 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Head Heritage
  • ASIN: B000T6JJT8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,371 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Return to Melodious Glory 26 July 2007
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After the rock experimentation of Dark Orgasm (very much a hit and miss experiment to my mind) Julian Cope has returned to the lyrical and melodious pop/rock which he has always executed so brilliantly. It's a return to Peggy Suicide and Interpreter territory, some beautiful laments and other angry demands, sometimes mixed in the same tracks. It's deterministically angry about the state of the world from track one, telling it how he feels it needs to be because Julian believes in the requirement for todays singers to actually comment on the world about them. He believes it is a singers duty. Saying that, there are some pure stories here with nothing but affection in them.

Okay, enough about that, do you know what? This is a rip-roaring album made with passion and flare by a modern musical master. It won't get anywhere near the airplay that it deserves so buy it. If you've never heard Cope buy it, if you've been put off by the scarcity of Cope's recent output or its sometime lack of order then buy this and be revived. It's brilliant.
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Ok so what, I hear you say? The Drood's post-major label offerings have often veered lamely between the mildly diverting and the downright disappointing, and at times irritating. A major talent going to waste in fact. But this is Cope's first general release for some time and you sense that he knew when to twist!

Now I've a confession. On first listen I was in the "one star" camp with a couple of your reviewers. Two short single discs masquerading as a double, lots of bitty ditties that seemed almost throwaway. But hey, a dogged perseverance often pays off, right? By the third listen you begin to draw parallels with Peggy Suicide and Jkill, particularly on the slow burners such as Dr Know and Cerrig y Drudion. But it is more than a throwback album of outtakes. There is a playfulness and a joyfulness here - as much fun as there is the ever present pun, and surely Shame Shame Shame has to be one of the more pertinent protest songs of recent years.

It doesn't all work. Not every somg is a winner by any means. And Cope is best when he sings in his own voice - he cannot growl so why does he keep trying you wonder, but at least he seems to have ditched or at least toned down those mid-atlantic tomes he seemed to cultivate in the late 90s. And being home recorded the production value is never going to be as impressive as when he was a Pop Star. But this is at least a partial return to form for which, boys and girls, we should be thankful. My advice to the "one star" camp then, is to live with this for a week or so and then you might just get it.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Julian Cope's best LP since Interpreter... 4 Aug 2007
By Jason Parkes #1 HALL OF FAME
Format:Audio CD
The Arch Drude we know as Julian Cope has been on a mighty journey the last decade or so, since getting rudely dumped by Island after delivering the mighty Jehovahkill (an LP that appeared in NME's Best British Albums of All Time a year or so ago!) he has followed a path to the underground. This journey has included several books (including the upcoming Japrocksampler), a TV show centred around The Modern Antiquarian, a great mail order service that developed into the brilliant Head Heritage website (with the particularly excellent Unsung section), side projects like Brain Donor, Queen Elizabeth and Rite, and hooking up with arcane noisy US types like Comets on Fire and Sunn O))).

It's quite a journey, though Copey's approach means that we have regular recordings that are very in the present tense, this means that there can be some stuff many consider chuff. Albums like Rome Wasn't Burned in a Day, Citizen Cain'ed, the Brain Donor singles compilation, & Dark Orgasm have that hit and miss quality, though those with more out there tastes will likely enough dig it all, or at least Cope's trip. I don't think Cope should try and be who he was, but sometimes amid an MC5-style thrash or Viking metal workout, you pine a bit for Julian Cope, the Pop Wizard. The man has penned so many rum pop chestnuts - Greatness & Perfection, Quizmaster, Sunspots, Strasbourg, Shot Down, Easter Everywhere, No Hard Shoulder, Try Try Try, Passionate Friend, Jellypop Perky Jean, Beautiful Love, Since I Lost My Head...etc - that it would be nice if he made some more. Clearly the trip Julian H Cope has been on hasn't seen him on major labels or remotely commercially driven, You Gotta Problem with Me signals a definite change.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars No Question Mark Required 11 Aug 2007
By Dumf
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Neil Young once said, after having a (gasp!) hit single, he hated feeling that he was moving into the middle of the road musically, he preferred being in the gutter. By comparison, Julian Cope is so far away from the nearest "road" that he couldn't see it with binoculars. Almost 3 decades after turning his back on pop stardom with the marginally underrated Teardrop Explodes, Cope has metamorphosed into an iconic sub-culture figure to his loyal army of admirers. A maniac fusion of Iggy Pop, Lester Bangs, John Peel and Time Team rolled into one (slightly insane and wholly eccentric) late 40-something. A self-proclaimed "forward thinking mofo". But, as his live activity in the last few years goes to prove, he is probably more relevant, crucial and essential than ever. Aside from having a huge back catalogue of music, he is a best selling author (his books on ancient monuments being highly regarded in archaeological circles) and champion of underground rock and ancient man. Cope treats the whole shebang like a cottage (well, more manor) industry, continuing to (inconspicuously) fire out prolific shots from his base on the Marlborough Downs via his excellent website ( "You Gotta Problem With Me" follows "Citizen Cain'd" and "Dark Orgasm" to be his third successive double-disk opus in as many years. As with all of Julian's recent output, it's no easy ride for the listener. But, it's not intended to be and perseverance is rewarded. It's almost as if Julian tries to weed out the casual/uncommitted listener from the start. This album doesn't have the riffage and instant `goulie-grabbage' of the last two, it's a comparatively mellower affair. Read more ›
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