Cop Shoot Cop: Ask Questions Later, LP (Vinyl)
Cop Shoot Cop: Ask Questions Later, LP (Vinyl)
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Cop Shoot Cop
Ask Questions Later

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
mit bedrucktem Innencover
  • Big Cat
  • (ABB45)
  • Big Cat
  • (ABB 45)
  • 13 Tracks
  • UPC 718751844513
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve, price sticker residue on front sleeve

tracks

A1

Surprise, Surprise

Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Grip
  • Tod Ashley
Effects
  • Jack Natz
Music By
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Percussion
  • Phil Puleo
Mixed By
  • Roli Mosimann
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
5:00
A2

Room 429

Backing Vocals
  • K.J.
Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Guitar
  • Tod Ashley
Vocals
  • Tod Ashley
Music By
Other
  • Jack Natz
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Percussion
  • Phil Puleo
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
5:08
A3

Nowhere

Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Vocals
  • Tod Ashley
Music By
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Percussion
  • Phil Puleo
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
4:12
A4

Migration

Music By
Noises
  • Phil Puleo
1:26
A5

Cut To The Chase

Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Vocals
  • Tod Ashley
Music By
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
Violin
  • April Chung
4:07
A6

$10 Bill

Bass Drum
  • Phil Puleo
  • Tod Ashley
Snare
  • Phil Puleo
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Whistle
  • Tod Ashley
Bass
  • Tod Ashley
Voice
  • Tod Ashley
Cymbal
  • Tod Ashley
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
Saxophone
  • Joe Ben Plummer
Vocals
  • Jack Natz
Trombone
  • David Ouimet
Trumpet
  • Jim Colarusso
3:46
A7

Seattle

Noises
  • Tod Ashley
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
Music By
1:37
B1

Furnace

Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Vocals
  • Jack Natz
Music By
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Percussion
  • Phil Puleo
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
4:59
B2

Israeli Dig

Noises
  • J F Coleman
Mixed By
  • J F Coleman
Music By
2:11
B3

Cause And Effect

Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Vocals
  • Jack Natz
Music By
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Percussion
  • Phil Puleo
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
3:15
B4

Got No Soul

Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Maracas
  • Tyrus
Sounds
  • Tyrus
Percussion
  • Jack Natz
  • Tod Ashley
  • David Ouimet
Vocals
  • Jack Natz
  • Tod Ashley
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
  • Tod Ashley
Music By
Saxophone
  • Joe Ben Plummer
Trombone
  • David Ouimet
Trumpet
  • Jim Colarusso
5:16
B5

Everybody Loves You

Bass
  • Tod Ashley
  • Jack Natz
Voice
  • Tod Ashley
Music By
Drums
  • Phil Puleo
Piano
  • J F Coleman
2:35
B6

All The Clocks Are Broken

Bass
  • Jack Natz
Drone
  • Tod Ashley
Percussion
  • Tod Ashley
  • Phil Puleo
Vocals
  • Tod Ashley
Music By
Sampler
  • J F Coleman
5:22

Credits

Rockers Related
  • Firewater
Design
  • Subvert Entertainment
Layout
  • Phil Puleo
Mastered By
  • Howie Weinberg
Mixed By
  • Martin Bisi
  • Tod Ashley
Photography By
  • Michitaka Fujimi
  • Phil Puleo
  • Cheryl Dawn Dyer
Producer
  • Cop Shoot Cop
  • Martin Bisi
Recorded By
  • Martin Bisi
Written By

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