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Birth name  Jason Toop Cooper
Name  Jason Cooper
Origin  London, England
Role  Musician
Occupation(s)  Musician
Spouse  Allison Cooper (m. 2004)
Instruments  Drums, percussion

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Born  31 January 1967 (age 48) (1967-01-31)
Genres  Post punk, gothic rock, alternative rock
Associated acts  The Cure, My Life Story
Music groups  The Cure (Since 1995), Welt
Albums  The Cure, Galore, Greatest Hits, Bloodflowers, 4:13 Dream

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Jason Toop Cooper (born 31 January 1967) is an English musician best known for his work with The Cure.


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Life and work

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Born in London, England, Jason studied drums at London's Drumtech (where he is now a patron and visiting artist). He first came to public attention as drummer for the band My Life Story. Jason joined The Cure in 1995 following the 1993 departure of their previous drummer Boris Williams. So far, he has performed on the studio albums Wild Mood Swings, Bloodflowers, The Cure and 4:13 Dream. He also appeared in two concert films, Trilogy and Festival 2005.

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Jason also composes music for film, most notably co-creating the score for the horror/thriller From Within, for which he and co-composer Oliver Kraus won the award for Best Original Score at the 2008 Solstice Film Festival.

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Jason uses Natal drums and Zildjian cymbals.

On 15 May 2004, Jason married his long-time girlfriend Allison.

Discography with The Cure

  • Wild Mood Swings (1996)
  • Galore (1997)
  • Bloodflowers (2000)
  • Greatest Hits (2001)
  • Trilogy (2003), DVD
  • The Cure (2004)
  • Festival 2005 (2005), DVD
  • 4:13 Dream (2008)
  • Bestival Live 2011 (2011)
  • References

    Jason Cooper Wikipedia