|"Try Try Try"|
|Single by Julian Cope|
|from the album 20 Mothers|
|B-side||"Baby, Let's Play Vet"/"W.E.S.S.E.X.Y"/"Don't Jump Me, Mother"|
|Released||31 July 1995|
|Julian Cope singles chronology|
"Try Try Try" is a song by the English singer-songwriter Julian Cope. It is the only single released in support of his album 20 Mothers .
|UK Singles Chart||24|
Julian David Cope is an English musician, author, antiquarian, musicologist, poet and cultural commentator. Originally coming to prominence in 1978 as the singer and songwriter in Liverpool post-punk band the Teardrop Explodes, he has followed a solo career since 1983 and worked on musical side projects such as Queen Elizabeth, Brain Donor and Black Sheep.
The Teardrop Explodes were an English post-punk/neo-psychedelic band formed in Liverpool in 1978. Best known for their Top Ten UK single "Reward", the group originated as a key band in the emerging Liverpool post-punk scene of the late 1970s. The group also launched the career of group frontman Julian Cope as well as that of keyboard player and co-manager David Balfe. Other members included early Smiths producer Troy Tate.
Fried is the second solo album by Julian Cope.
Saint Julian is the third solo album by Julian Cope. It has a very strong pop sound, compared to other Cope releases, and spawned several of his best known tracks.
My Nation Underground is the fourth solo album by Julian Cope. It produced three singles including "Charlotte Anne".
Jehovahkill is the eighth album by Julian Cope, released in 1992. After the critical success of Peggy Suicide (1991), Cope's idea for Jehovakill was to incorporate a krautrock attitude into his music. He began recording the album with musicians Rooster Cosby and Donald Ross Skinner, while co-producing it with the latter. The sessions yielded what Cope considered to be his most sonically experimental material to date. Originally titleing the record Julian H. Cope, he sent an eleven track version to Island Records, who initially rejected its release, but gave Cope extra recording sessions for the album. During the extra sessions, in which six extra songs were recorded, the album became harder and was retitled Jehovahkill.
20 Mothers is the twelfth solo album by Julian Cope, released in August 1995 by Echo. The album's sub-title is "Better to Light a Candle Than to Curse the Darkness".
Autogeddon is the eleventh solo album by Julian Cope, released in 1994 via The Echo Label. According to the album's sleeve notes, written by Cope, it was "inspired by Heathcote Williams' epic poem of the same name and a little incident concerning my pregnant wife and £375,000 of yellow Ferrari in St. Martin's Lane, London, England."
Floored Genius: The Best of Julian Cope and The Teardrop Explodes 1979–91 is a compilation album by Julian Cope, released in 1992, combining Cope's work with The Teardrop Explodes and his early solo work. The album contains key singles and notable album cuts from Cope's higher-profile career.
Rite² is an ambient music album by Julian Cope, released in 1997. It is technically Cope's fourteenth solo album, but is also the follow-up to the earlier album Rite and is the second in the Rite series.
"World Shut Your Mouth" is a song by the English singer-songwriter Julian Cope. It is the first single released in support of his third album Saint Julian. The title of the song is the same as Cope's first solo album, World Shut Your Mouth.
Psychedelic Revolution is a double album by Julian Cope, released in 2012 on Head Heritage. It is Cope's twenty-seventh solo album and contains 11 songs across two half-hour-long CDs. Cope dedicated the album to Che Guevara and Leila Khaled.
Rome Wasn't Burned in a Day is the nineteenth solo album by Julian Cope, released in 2003.
Odin is an ambient music album by Julian Cope, released in 1999. It is Cope's third album of ambient music and his fifteenth solo album overall.
The Unruly Imagination is the twenty-fifth solo album by Julian Cope, released in 2009.
The Jehovahcoat Demos is an album by Julian Cope, released in 2011. It is technically Cope's twenty-sixth solo album, and the mostly instrumental album contains 15 previously unreleased tracks, written and recorded by Cope throughout 1993 in direct response to having been dropped by Island Records in October 1992.
Drunken Songs is the thirtieth solo album by Julian Cope, released in February 2017.
Floored Genius 3 – Julian Cope's Oddicon of Lost Rarities & Versions 1978–98 is a rarities compilation album by Julian Cope, released in 2000 on Cope's own Head Heritage label.
Rite Now is the eighteenth solo album by Julian Cope, released in 2002. It is also the third album in the Rite series following the earlier albums Rite (1992) and Rite² (1997).
Trip Advizer – The Very Best of Julian Cope 1999–2014 is a compilation album by Julian Cope, released in January 2015 on Cope's own Lord Yatesbury label.