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Chop-Chop 1982.jpg
Single by Killing Joke
from the album Revelations
B-side "Good Samaritan"
Released June, 1982 (June, 1982)
Format 7" single
Genre Post-punk
Length 7:48
Label E.G. Records
Writer(s) Jaz Coleman
Kevin "Geordie" Walker
Martin "Youth" Glover
Paul Ferguson
Producer(s) Killing Joke
Conny Plank
Killing Joke singles chronology
"Empire Song"
"We Have Joy"

"Chop-Chop" is Killing Joke's second single from their third studio album, Revelations. It was released by E.G. Records as a 7" single, backed by B-side "Good Samaritan". This single, unlike "Empire Song", did not chart.[1]

Production and release[edit]

"Chop-Chop" suffered the same fate as "Empire Song". At the band's performance on Top of the Pops, the "Fake Coleman" keyboardist was used again with drummer Paul Ferguson as singer. At this time, frontman Jaz Coleman was the only member of Killing Joke to have moved to Iceland. However, by the end of the year, the other three members also moved to Iceland to avoid the Apocalypse, as predicted by Coleman.

Track listing[edit]

Side A
  1. "Chop-Chop" – 04:18
Side B
  1. "Good Samaritan" – 03:30


  1. ^ "Chop-Chop". Retrieved 10 December 2008. 

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