Vinyl LP pressing. Comprised of eleven new, original songs all written and produced by Citizen Cope, Heroin and Helicopters serves as his first album in seven years and marks a return to a grassroots approach to musicianship, one that's colored by hard work, hustle and heart, irrespective of the obstacles he's encountered throughout twenty-five years as a career artist. Cope came up with the title after an encounter with Carlos Santana, who has been a fan since before their 2002 collaboration on his rework of the Cope song "Sideways." Santana told Cope to "stay away from the two H's - heroin and helicopters," saying both had fatal results for people in music.
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