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Further Complications - Jarvis Cocker - Further Complications (CD, Album)

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  1. Further complications - further complications in store. I was not born in war-time & I was not born in pain or poverty. I need an addiction, I need an affliction; to cultivate a personality. I need some: further complications. Further complications in store. Your life is just a carrier-bag. The enemy without has now moved in somewhere else.
  2. Find album release information for Further Complications CD: Further Complications: Rough Trade RTRADCD Find album release information for Further Complications - Jarvis Cocker on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases.
  3. Jarvis Cocker = ジャーヴィス・コッカー* - "Further Complications." = ファーザー・コンプリケーションズ ‎ (CDr, Album, Promo) Rough Trade, Beggars Japan, Warner Music/5().
  4. This second solo long-player from Jarvis finds the ex-Pulp frontman straying further than ever from his Britpop origins. The recruitment of Steve Albini as producer surely has a lot to do with the raw, unvarnished sound of Further Complications, lending a sense of grit and thump that manifests a classic-rock feel through the title track, the sludgy 'Fuckingsong' and the tongue-in-cheek rabble.
  5. Minor missteps aside, Further Complications is a bold, progressive step forward in the so far, so very good solo career of Jarvis Cocker. It’s encouraging to see that this sometime Britpop hero, now a self-described geriatric, continues to pull water from an ever-deepening well.
  6. Nov 04,  · Song Further Complications; Artist Jarvis Cocker; Album Further Complications; Licensed to YouTube by Beggars, Because Music (on behalf of Rough Trade Records Ltd.); CMRRA, Warner Chappell.
  7. Jul 14,  · In , Further Complicationsmade for a surprising pairing, Cocker’s usual witticisms and sly vocals over guttural garage rock produced by Steve Albini; it didn’t exactly sound like Cocker’s most.
  8. May 19,  · Jarvis Cocker isn’t out to make anyone like him. Throughout his second solo album, he comes across as the creepy middle-aged guy whose carnal desires are first and foremost on his mind. But where he once hid his crass side in sweet, garish arrangements, he put no-nonsense engineer Steve Albini at the controls and the expected musical.

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