1. Cop Shoot Cop's first album, Consumer Revolt (Circuit, ), again recorded with two bass players and no guitarist, is an album that broke with many of the conventions of popular music. The combo shows little or no motivation to play a regular song. Their mission is rather that of staging a terrifying kammerspiel of the post-industrial age, availing themselves of a virtually unlimited.
  2. The groundbreaking NY noise rock band finally sees their major label releases reissued on gorgeous colored vinyl - limited edition pressing! Originally released in , Ask Questions Later was the band's debut album for Interscope records and features the major college radio and MTV hit "$10 Bill" plus "Room ," "Got No Soul" and a whole lot more!/5(16).
  3. Cop Shoot Cop was a rock music group founded in New York City in They disbanded in The band were frequently classified as industrial rock, but were often quite different from many bands so dubbed, with a distinctive instrumental lineup that encompassed twin bass guitars, found metal percussion, and no lead guitar.. The group had little mainstream success (scoring a few hits on.
  4. Audio, Cassette $ Stream Ask Questions Later by Cop Shoot Cop and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. when looked at now, Ask Questions Later is a great album. There are specific songs that remind me just how good music could be back then, with some /5(16).
  5. Lyrics to 'Furnace' by Cop Shoot Cop. 10, miles away from home Will someone tell me where the hell I am Tied in knots of skin and bone And looking for an exit door again I swear I've seen this before.
  6. Nov 27,  · Ask Questions Later, an Album by Cop Shoot Cop. Released 30 March on Interscope (catalog no. 7 ; CD). Genres: Industrial Rock. Featured peformers: Tod Ashley (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Jim Coleman (sampler), Jack Natz (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Phil Puleo (drums, percussion), Cop Shoot Cop /5(17).
  7. Two albums followed, ’s Consumer Revolt and ’s White Noise. Cop Shoot Cop then signed with the major label, Interscope, with whom they issued the EP Suck City, plus albums, ’s Ask Questions Later and ’s Release (the latter featuring guitarist Steve McMillen).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Colored Vinyl release of Ask Questions Later on Discogs.

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