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Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing. "One of the most superb albums ever made" - Stereogum. "A ferocious power-pop record... 8.9/10" - Pitchfork. Fronted by ex-Hüsker Dü vocalist / guitarist Bob Mould, Sugar burst on to alternative rock scene in 1992 with their debut album Copper Blue. Includes the singles 'If I Can't Change Your Mind', 'Changes' and 'Helpless' along with fan favorites such as 'Hoover Dam'. Along with reaching the Top Ten in the UK albums chart, Copper Blue was voted the '1992 Album Of The Year' by the NME and has continued to receive acclaim and a cult following almost three decades later.
Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing. "One of the most superb albums ever made" - Stereogum. "A ferocious power-pop record... 8.9/10" - Pitchfork. Fronted by ex-Hüsker Dü vocalist / guitarist Bob Mould, Sugar burst on to alternative rock scene in 1992 with their debut album Copper Blue. Includes the singles 'If I Can't Change Your Mind', 'Changes' and 'Helpless' along with fan favorites such as 'Hoover Dam'. Along with reaching the Top Ten in the UK albums chart, Copper Blue was voted the '1992 Album Of The Year' by the NME and has continued to receive acclaim and a cult following almost three decades later.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: DMN
Rel. Date: 04/03/2020
UPC: 5014797902145

Copper Blue [Heavyweight Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Sugar
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing. "One of the most superb albums ever made" - Stereogum. "A ferocious power-pop record... 8.9/10" - Pitchfork. Fronted by ex-Hüsker Dü vocalist / guitarist Bob Mould, Sugar burst on to alternative rock scene in 1992 with their debut album Copper Blue. Includes the singles 'If I Can't Change Your Mind', 'Changes' and 'Helpless' along with fan favorites such as 'Hoover Dam'. Along with reaching the Top Ten in the UK albums chart, Copper Blue was voted the '1992 Album Of The Year' by the NME and has continued to receive acclaim and a cult following almost three decades later.

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