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They take the elements that made that music great and twist them into a somber, yet glistening album.
There aren't really any classic songs here or songs that'll make you go "wow", but overall they're pretty good.
Nonetheless, I do really recommend both this album and the band to those wanting to explore some new music.
This band came to my attention with the song "(I Can't Seem To) Make You Mine" as featured at the beginning of "The Lake House. Read morePublished on October 29, 2006 by Steven M. Schmidt
This band came to my attention with the song "(I Can't Seem To) Make You Mine" as featured at the beginning of "The Lake House. Read morePublished on October 27, 2006 by Steven M. Schmidt
Love this CD, sounds like a sleepy beetles. I didn't know what to expect for sure when I bought it, but am very glad I did. Read morePublished on April 4, 2006 by cal gal
Though I would agree that this is a very good album, I'd hesitate to give it anything more than "4.5" stars. Read morePublished on January 9, 2006 by C. Cross
Three years ago I saw The Clientele play in Boston. There was nothing going on and I was tired of seeing another garage rock band. I was only slightly familiar with them. Read morePublished on November 8, 2005 by alexander laurence
cause i just got the new the clientele!
often compared (misguidedly) to Galaxie 500, the clientele
have come into their own with this their third full... Read more
Though their modern psychedlia -- or, worse yet, faux paisley undergound sound -- might not be to your liking, The Clientele make a brave case for it on Strange Geometry. Read morePublished on October 22, 2005 by WrtnWrd
I feel lucky to have discovered The Clientele, purely by chance, earlier this year. They manage to create the most fantastic, dreamy atmospheres, the lyrics are so hauntingly... Read morePublished on October 21, 2005 by A. Staver