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Sugar - Copper Blue mp3 track

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Performer: Sugar
Title: Copper Blue
Country: US
Released: 1992
Style: Alternative Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: AAC DXD MIDI AHX RA MP2 TTA

Tracklist

1 The Act We Act 5:27
2 A Good Idea 3:47
3 Changes 5:01
4 Helpless 3:05
5 Hoover Dam 2:57
6 The Slim 5:14
7 If I Can't Change Your Mind 3:18
8 Fortune Teller 4:27
9 Slick 4:59
10 Man On The Moon 4:32

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Columbia House – 755553T
  • Copyright (c) – Rykodisc
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rykodisc

Credits

  • Bass – David Barbe
  • Drums, Percussion – Malcolm Travis
  • Engineer [Mix Assistant] – Tom Bender
  • Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion – Bob Mould
  • Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
  • Photography [Cover] – Mark C.
  • Producer, Engineer – Bob Mould, Lou Giordano
  • Written-By – Bob Mould

Notes

(C)&(P) 1992 Rykodisc
Distributed by Columbia House
815 Middlefield Road, Scarborough, Ontario M1V 3M3
Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 14431 02392 7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RCD 10239 Sugar Copper Blue ‎(CD, Album) Rykodisc RCD 10239 US 1992
CDRYKO 2 Sugar Copper Blue ‎(CD, Album) Rykodisc CDRYKO 2 South Africa 1992
D30852 Sugar Copper Blue ‎(CD, Album) White D30852 Australia 1992
C-CRE 129 Sugar Copper Blue ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Creation Records C-CRE 129 Switzerland 1992
RCD 10239 Sugar Copper Blue ‎(CD, Album, Club) Rykodisc RCD 10239 US 1992


Copper Blue is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band Sugar. It was voted 1992 Album of the Year by the NME. All of the songs were written by guitarist/vocalist Bob Mould, who also co-produced with Lou Giordano. The song "The Slim" is about losing someone to AIDS. Musically, the band continues the thick punk guitar of Mould's previous band, Hüsker Dü, while slowing the tempo and emphasizing melody even more.

Ultimately, Copper Blue is an album that not only sounds as good now as it did twenty years ago, but also one that’ll still blow cobwebs away two decades hence. You released two solo albums after the demise of Hüsker Dü in the shape of Workbook and Black Sheets Of Rain. What made you decide to return to a band format and how did Sugar form? Bob Mould: I guess it all started in 1990 when I was wrapping up the tour for Black Sheets Of Rain

Copper Blue hit it big, selling hundreds of thousands of copies and scoring NME’s 1992 Album of the Year. In part, this was down to timing. The alternative rock movement that Hüsker Dü helped usher in was booming, thanks to the stratospheric success of Nirvana’s Nevermind. But Copper Blue also contains some of Mould’s brightest, most brilliant writing. Subject-wise, it is not exactly light: the Pixies-esque A Good Idea is the tale of a man who drowns his lover, and The Slim recounts the death of a friend from AIDS

LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Sugar (Artist) Format: Vinyl. This package comprises COPPER BLUE and a special promotional disc called LIFE BEFORE SUGAR. They come in a blue double CD case. The LIFE BEFORE SUGAR side has a photo of the trio with a red background. It is basically a best of Bob Mould Husker Du collection.