Black Sheep is a double album by Julian Cope, released on Head Heritage in 2008. It is Cope's twentyfourth solo album and features 11 protest songs across two half-hour CDs. Each CD represents "one side of an LP" with their own titles, Return of the Native and Return of the Alternative. Cope described the album as "a musical exploration of what it is to be an outsider in modern Western Culture". All tracks written by Julian Cope.
Black Sheep is a 2008 double album by Julian Cope, former lead singer of The Teardrop Explodes, released on Head Heritage Records.
12. The Subtle Energies Commission. 14. Fear Loves This Place. Leper Skin: An Introduction to Julian Cope. Compilation, 22 Februar 1999, Island Records. 2. World Shut Your Mouth.
Julian Cope (born Julian David Cope, on 21 October 1957, 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 1978. Cope has since released many solo albums and is a founding member of the bands Queen Elizabeth and Brain Donor. In addition to his musical career, Cope has written several books of non-fiction and autobiography.
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Julian Cope Saint Julian Pete Redrup, February 13th, 2013 13:27. For many people, this is the best-known Julian Cope album. Saint Julian had (modest) hit singles, and with a major label marketing budget probably exceeding the recording costs of his last five albums, was pretty high profile. And it's a mostly good album, if a little dated sonically.