DISCOGRAPHY DEEP DIVE: Cop Shoot Cop
Nine years, four albums, two basses, so many samples: Cop Shoot Cop remain unique.
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There’s no fixed criteria for me to pick the bands for the discography deep dive feature. For the band of the week, for instance, while it’s also not a 100% sure thing, I will always tend to aim for smaller/more underground bands who have a recent/upcoming release at the time of the feature. But here, I suspect that this will fluctuate according to my current kicks, and man, can those be absolutely random. The very first deep dive made some sense, as Royal Thunder had announced a return to activity recently, I had done a podcast episode with Mlny, and unbeknownst to you guys at the time, she had also just sent me her incredible participation for the episode #100 celebrations of the show. So it was natural that I was revisiting those records a bit more during that period. But now, anything can kick in at any moment, and for the last couple of weeks, nothing else has blared from the inside of my car but the sounds of yet another journey down the Cop Shoot Cop rabbit hole. So here we go.
COP SHOOT COP
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