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"Jehovahkill" was originally released in November 1992 and was Cope's fourth album for Island Records, the follow-up to "Peggy Suicide", Cope's biggest critical triumph with the label. "Jehovahkill" was a 16-track album spanning three sides of vinyl (the fourth side was etched) but had originally been presented as a single album, titled "Julian H. Cope" but Island had rejected it for being too 'sonically unappealing'. Ironically, when "Jehovahkill" appeared, it omitted only one of the tracks but added six additional tracks designed to be easier on the ear.