I Should Coco

Release date
18 Sep 2006
Running length
13 tracks
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1 I'd Like to Know 4:02 49,061
2 Caught by the Fuzz 2:16 149,201
3 Mansize Rooster 2:34 87,552
4 Alright 3:01 397,687
5 Lose It 2:37 70,677
6 Lenny 2:42 73,883
7 Strange Ones 4:19 64,556
8 Sitting Up Straight 2:18 46,033
9 She's So Loose 2:59 44,348
10 We're Not Supposed To 2:03 39,480
11 Time 3:10 63,198
12 Sofa Of My Lethargy 6:18 4,834
13 Time to Go 1:55 38,149

About this album

I Should Coco is the debut studio album by Supergrass, released through Parlophone in May 1995.
They released their debut single from the album, “Caught by the Fuzz”, in May 1995 on the small independent local label Backbeat Records and was re-released with Parlophone.
I Should Coco was recorded in Cornwall and produced by Sam Williams.

At the height of the Britpop era, the album became the band’s most successful release when it reached number one on the UK Albums Chart, and subsequently gained platinum status for sales of album, which reached over a million copies worldwide and 500,000 in the UK.

The title of the album is cockney rhyming slang for “I should think so’‘. (Rhyming slang is a form of phrase construction in the English language).

Cover art:
The front cover of the album is a painting based on three separate photos of Coombes, Goffey, and Quinn. The portraits of Coombes and Goffey were taken by Quinn in the summer of 1994 when he was experimenting with a macro lens. The photo of Quinn was taken that same year by a friend, while they were on tour in Wolverhampton. The painting was then created by the Moody Painters.

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