Peggy Suicide is the seventh album by Julian Cope. It is generally seen as the beginning of Cope's trademark sound and approach, and as a turning-point for Cope as a maturing artist. Released into the musical wasteland of early 1991 Julian Cope's Peggy Suicide is a sprawling state-of-the-nation magnum opus. There's a vast array of musical styles here from post-punk balladry (Pristine) to garage rock (Drive, She Said) and even pseudo-prog (Safesurfer).
2LP - Double 180 Gram Vinyl with Download.