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Peter talks with Nazz about Hologram of Baal Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 05 December 2004

The occasion is the release of Australia's greatest dream musicians, The Church's excellent new record Hologram Of Baal. Their most organic production in years (that doesn't necessarily mean the best - but it's certainly up there), Hologram? represents their rebirth in many ways. At the very least it presents another fork in the road. I'm scheduled to speak to one of the primary motivators of The Church, despite his momentary absence as a full time member for two of their records from this decade, the guitarist Peter Koppes [pronounced Cop-pes]. Hologram Of Baal is the first album with Koppes back as a full time member.

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Rolling Stone speaks with Steve Print E-mail
Written by Michael Dwyer   
Tuesday, 01 December 1998
They wore lots of paisley. They took lots of drugs. They broke up lots. Now they're back, confident as ever.
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Marty talks with X-Press about Hologram of Baal Print E-mail
Written by Gareth Gorman   
Thursday, 12 November 1998

Originally published in X-Press on Thursday 12th November 1998.

Having re-emerged this year with a new album, Hologram of Baal, The Church hit Metropolis Fremantle this Friday, November 13, with special guests The Chevelles. Gareth Gorman caught up with guitarist Marty Willson-Piper in London recently.

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Steve speaks to MyLaunch.com Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 October 1998
But then there are some bands who made a mark in the '80s that continued to quietly and nobly release quality albums--some of them among their finest ever--well into the '90s, albeit to pitifully little fanfare.
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Zillo speaks to MWP about Hologram and Seeing Stars Print E-mail
Written by Manfred Upnmoor   
Thursday, 01 October 1998
The Church's 11th album shows once more new facets of the band. Shrinked to a duo after "Priest=Aura", Steve Kilbey and Marty Willson-Piper recorded their 1994 album "Sometime Anywhere" mostly by their own. On 1996's "Magician among the Spirits", there seemed to be a permanent drummer again with Tim Powles, as well as founding member Peter Koppes was "Special Guest Star on guitar". But only just, on "Hologram of Baal", there is a line crediting after "The Church are..." all four names.
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