Learning To Cope With Cowardice / The Lost Tapes (Definitive Edition)

Learning To Cope With Cowardice / The Lost Tapes (Definitive Edition)

Mark Stewart And The Maffia

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  • LP
  • LP
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Learning To Cope With Cowardice was the debut solo album by The Pop Group vocalist and post-punk pioneer Mark Stewart and The Maffia. This reissue, regarded as the definitive edition, is coupled with The Lost Tapes. Following the break-up of The Pop Group in 1980, Stewart went to New York and began picking up ideas for an industrial hip-hop sound. With the help of producer Adrian Sherwood and crack team of reggae musicians including‘Deadly’ Headley Bennett and Bonjo Iyabinghi (African Head Charge) the vision became a reality. Originally released in 1983. 



  • 1.Learning To Cope With Cowardice
  • 1.Intro
  • 2.Liberty City
  • 2.May I
  • 3.Conspiracy
  • 3.Blessed Are Those Who Struggle
  • 4.Jerusalem [prototype]
  • 4.None Dare Call It Conspiracy
  • 5.Paranoia
  • 6.Liberty Dub


  • 1.Don't You Ever Lay Down Your Arms
  • 2.The Paranoia Of Power
  • 3.To Have The Vision
  • 4.Jerusalem
  • 7.Vision
  • 8.Cowardice Dub
  • 9.High Ideals & Crazy Dub
  • 10.The Weight


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