|Who Fingered Rock'n'Roll|
|Judy Sucks A Lemon For Breakfast|
|Shut Southall Down|
|The Roll Off Characteristics (Of History In The Making)|
|The Mighty Quinn|
|The Constant Spring|
|The Turned On Truth (The Truth Is Turned On)|
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Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast. Released July 27, 2009. Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast Tracklist.
They eventually went into semi-retirement: Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast is the first Cornershop album in more than seven years. An air of relaxation permeates the proceedings: there's none of the sparky urgency that marked When I Was Born for the 7th Time, which was the sound of a band realising that they'd finally got it, and excitedly rushing to get it down on tape before they forgot what it was. For further evidence of their more low-key approach, you could compare the respective albums' 60s covers. In fairness, there are moments here when Cornershop sound too relaxed for their own good, when the songwriting slips out of gear and starts to ramble on: at some point during the last seven years, Operation Push apparently mislaid its tune, while over 16 minutes of the gospel closer The Turned On Truth definitely errs on the side of pushing one's luck.
Judy Sucks A Lemon For Breakfast. 2009 - Judy Sucks a Lemon For Breakfast. Has been played on. Russia 7. 10. U - BritPop.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Judy Sucks A Lemon For Breakfast (2009) by Cornershop. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/128 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast.
Last year's Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast is not the sound of tired musicians, but a complicated and layered record. Since 2002 the band have been signed to their own label, funding, producing and marketing their releases. Whether they like the situation is hard to tell, probably even to them. But partly because of their independence, and partly though design, everything happens slowly for Cornershop - Judy has only just come out in the USA. Therefore we thought we might as well have a chat with Tjinder about the inner working processes of this finest of English groups
It would be a shame if Judy Sucks A Lemon For Breakfast suffered the neglect of its predecessor, as it's stuffed with the life-affirming, genre-bending crossovers we expect from the band. Bass clarinet and trombone broaden further the Cornershop indie-rock, Indo-Funk fusion on "Free Love", "Chamchu" and the title track, while a cover of "The Mighty Quinn" offers country picking in the style of The Byrds' Clarence White.
Indeed, the initial comparison with Judy Sucks A Lemo. s damning. Who Fingered Rock’n’Roll may be conceived as an opening salvo on the state of the music business, but it sounds, at first, like Primal Scream’s Rocks dusted in turmeric. Gone is Handcream’s funky energy, replaced – it seems – by a listless hybrid of rock and gospel. But Cornershop aren’t about bad cooking. They’re a cheap transistor radio, jammed on the Medium Wave, simultaneously picking up signals from around the planet, and stitching them together with dub static and interference.