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Quique (Redux Edition) Import, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 21, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Too Pure / Beggars
  • ASIN: B000NJWJGG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Climactic Phase No.3
2. Polyfusion
3. Industrious
4. Imperial
5. Plainsong
6. Charlotte's Mouth
7. Through You
8. Filter Dub
9. Signals
Disc: 2
1. Clique
2. Is It Now?
3. Filter Dub
4. Come Alive (Climactic Phase No.1)
5. Time To Find Me
6. Charlotte's Mouth
7. My Super 20
8. Climactic Phase No.3
9. Silent Pool

Editorial Reviews

Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of the British band's groundbreaking 1993 debut album includes a bonus CD with rare remixes and unreleased tracks. Seefeel were never a band that would get played on Top 40 radio but the critics fell in love with their moody, brooding aural scuptre. Too Pure.

Customer Reviews

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Lots of sound washes and thick ambient layering.
Tark Mwain
Listen and be prepared to be transported to your favorite place in your mind and listen to sounds of cosmic tones for mental therapy.
Marc Marshall
Even though I do not really care for labeling music, IDM seems to be the term to describe this band.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Audio CD
"Quique serves as a love letter to what was once great with alternative and electronic music when fused together. All the songs are classics in their own right and the often-referred-to My Bloody Valentine touches to them are apparent in the distorted feedbacks and environments but this is moreover a Boards of Canada or early Aphex Twin album than an MBV one. Still, the appreciable use and effect of creating a sense of isolation and wonder amidst a sort of cold background. Don't miss playing these rather escapist tunes in your car during a long frustrating trip. It sets a rather curiosity-driven mood but it may bore you a lot at parts due to the critical point of being too repetitive (which is it's weakest asset). If you do decide to buy the album, save some money and consider getting the extra "redux" edition 2-disc featuring some unreleased tracks and remixes all of which add to the mysticism and airport lounge-during-the-night sound of vibe."

BEST SONGS: Plainsong (powerful song, dynamic, and pulse-pounding like a racer and especially more on the Polyfusion EP). Imperial (digital chaos that sounds like you're in a hurry). Signals (pure relaxation).
SIMILAR ARTISTS AND ALBUMS: Boards of Canada- The Campfire Headphase. Tortoise- Millions Now Living Will Never Die and Tortoise. Gold Panda- Lucky Shiner. Susumu Yokota- Sakura or Grinning Cat. Biosphere- Substrata and Cirque.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marc Marshall on October 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Seefeel was a wonderful early 90's band influenced by My Bloody Valentine and The Orb (wasn't everyone then?) but DEFINITELY had their own thing happening. Their first album "Quique", and a collection of EP's "Polyfusia" were fabulous. Dreamy, ethereal singing compliments of Sarah Peakock combine with Mark Clifford's effects laden guitar backdrops, along with dub-heavy bass lines and what sounds like both electronic and acoustic drums/ percussion to make a very impressive sonic landscape that should appeal to fans of ambient/shoegazer/dream pop music.
Imagine The Coucteau Twins jamming with Jah Wobble and having Kevin Shields add some of his (at least at one time!!) trademark guitar warblings and you have some idea.
Their first album/cd "Quique" has been remastered and a second disc of remixes and extra tracks from the same sessions has been added. I got mine for $17 from CD Universe.
Listen and be prepared to be transported to your favorite place in your mind and listen to sounds of cosmic tones for mental therapy.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mike Reed VINE VOICE on October 21, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've been trying to snatch up a copy of this CD for awhile now. 'Quique' is apparently this UK band's first release. A worthy title where dreamy electronic successfully cross-breeds with techno. Most of the nine cuts here average seven minutes in length. Total duration is 63:23. Good song structure, I thought. Great chill-out music to fully experience. No best tunes here, as they're all good. But, the ones that I thought were most impressive are "Climactic Phase #3", "Industrious" and "Plainsong". Line-up: Sarah Peacock - vocals, Mark Clifford - guitar, Darren Seymour - bass and Justin Fletcher - drums. Might appeal to fans of My Bloody Valentine, Orbital, Spacetime Continuum and Mouse On Mars.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 15, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Seefeel's Quique steps in right where 'My Bloody Valentine' left off. Loveless and Quique are 2 of my favorite CD's of all time. The 2 are just perfect together. I now know why MBV never had a follow up to Loveless. It was because it would have sounded exactly like Quique, and they would have looked like rip-off artists. I say, this was the MBV killer. But, even if you aren't an MBV fan, get it. It's one of the most important releases of the early 90s.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tark Mwain on October 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Seefeel was a relatively shortlived band, and this album serves as their peak release. They collaged a couple of EPs to make their closest thing to an equal effort when they made Polyfusia, but it would seem Quiqe was the most conceptual and full effort they would make. When starting out, with the idea of being a sort of contemporary rock band, Seefeel would become drawn to electronic instrumentation and looping and multi-instrumental compositions that combined all of those elements along with lush and subtle female vocals. Some songs have a more human touch and others have a more synthetic production edge. This album alludes to ideas of new wave and shoegaze beginning days, sometimes in aesthetics, other times by way of experimentation aspects. The splicing together of all the electronica and guitaring and bass work and sometimes acoustic drums/sometimes drum machines really turned out to be something of a different breed. Lots of sound washes and thick ambient layering. With the adding and subtracting of soft drones accompanied by the tender and angelic voice of Sarah Peacock, Seefeel was sure to make a mark as completely unique and soul-charming. This album is very much psychedllic and atmospheric, and it remains humble all the while. Real shame the band never captured that creative premise later on with the Soccour LP; the Starethrough EP seems to run along the same angle as Quique, but leaves much to be desired, as it is only four songs long. For the amount of time Seefeel were together Quique, to me, showcases how wonderful things can turn out if people think outside the box and push themselves to create expression that they haven't done before.
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