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John Cooper Clarke - The Innocents


On this date in 1977, John Cooper Clarke released his debut EP, The Innocents. The record contained "Suspended Sentence", "Innocents" and "Psycle Sluts Parts 1 & 2". "Psycle Sluts Part 1" wound up on his debut album, Ou Est La Maison De Fromage, S'Il Vous Plait. Both parts of "Psycle Sluts" wound up on his second album, Disguise In Love. John Cooper Clarke was a punk poet from Manchester, U.K., whose poems would often, but not always, be set to background music. He opened for such bands as Buzzcocks, Sex Pistols, Joy Division and The Fall. He still performs.

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Daily Dose of Fantasy said...

It does matter who the father is to me and I do not like being lied to either. On the third point men and women both have an evolutionary reason to screw everything.

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