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DC Cooper
Review by Gary Hill
The first solo album by former Royal Hunt vocalist D. C. Cooper, this is quite a strong release. Some of the material on here could easily have been done by his former band, but Cooper also brings in some more `80`s tinged metal influences.
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DC Cooper
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview With DC Cooper from 2001

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DC Cooper
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview With DC Cooper from 2000

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