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Quickspace - Supo Spot FLAC album


Performer: Quickspace
Genre: Rock
Title: Supo Spot
Country: UK
Released: 1997
Style: Alternative Rock, Post Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1791 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1913 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1903 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 639
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Quickspace Supo Spot combines all of Quickspace's early singles, B-sides and Peel sessions and documents the evolution of the group's sound, from their debut single, the overdrive-drenched "Quickspace Happy Song to vast, droning epics like "Friend," "Extraplus" and "Exemplary Swishy. Each track contains seeds of the driven keyboard and guitar grooves, creative arrangements and unpretentious lyrics that became Quickspace's trademark approach to making music. At its best, such as on "Do It My Own Way," which incoroporates tin.

Quickspace formed in London, originally under the name Quickspace Supersport. Tom Cullinan, vocalist and guitarist, was formerly in Th' Faith Healers but developed their punky sound into a more tuneful but experimental style. Quickspace formed their own record label called Kitty Kitty, but while releasing many of their records through this, also released on other labels such as Domino Records and Elefant Records.

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Quickspace ‎– Supo Spot. Label: Kitty Kitty Corporation ‎– CHOOSY 8, Kitty Kitty Corporation ‎– CHOOSY 008L. Compilation of early 7" singles and rare tracks.

No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. Alejandro González. In spring 1997, a collection of their early singles and rare tracks was released on the low-priced album Supo Spot. It was followed later that year by a very Superplus-ish EP, 'The Precious Mountain'. Other than that and a few gigs around the UK, Quickspace kept a rather low profile that year. A new single, 'Hadid', came out in May 1998. Chin, who was always only supposed to be just on a temporary assignment, left the band about the same time and was replaced by Steve Denton.

Supo Spot is a 1997 compilation album released by Quickspace. Quickspace Happy Song – 2:40. Unique Slippy" – 4:27. Do It My Own Way" – 3:59. The Whiff 'N' Spoof Song" – 7:09. Exemplary Swishy" – 6:41. Where Have All The Good Times Gone?" – 7:40. Song For NME" – 5:23. Supo Spot is a collection of early singles and various other rarities/b-sides

Supo Spot is a 1997 compilation album released by Quickspace. Studio album by. Quickspace. Supo Spot is a collection of early singles and various other rarities/b-sides. It was released in the spring of 1997 on Tom Cullinan's own Kitty Kitty label. Quickspace was a London-based experimental rock band started in 1994.

Tracklist

Quickspace Happy Song Number One 2:40
Unique Slippy 4:27
Extraplus 2:44
Found A Way 3:25
Do It My Own Way 3:59
The Whiff And Spoof Song 7:09
Exemplary Swishy 6:41
Friend 3:34
Where Have All The Good Times Gone 7:40
Song For N.M.E. 5:23

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CHOOSY 8 Quickspace Supo Spot ‎(LP, Comp) Kitty Kitty Corporation CHOOSY 8 UK 1997
choosy 08CD Quickspace Supo Spot ‎(CD) Kitty Kitty Corporation choosy 08CD UK 1997
CHOOSY 8, CHOOSY 008L Quickspace Supo Spot ‎(LP) Kitty Kitty Corporation, Kitty Kitty Corporation CHOOSY 8, CHOOSY 008L UK 1997
choosy 8 Quickspace Supospot ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Kitty Kitty Corporation choosy 8 UK 1997

Morlunn
i've bought this twice on CD and the first time it had a different CD in the box. i would come to find out that it was the previous self titled disc. Strangely, the disc itself looked different then the other copy of the selt titled disc i owned. it was a different color for one. ALSO...... the CD version of Supospot only has 4 songs on it, not "10" like what is listed here on discogs. Not sure why it's different then the vinyl? after first listen i find that i'm not very impressed with the CD. the material is mostly instrumental and pretty weak. their is also an annoying "pop" sound inbetween each of it's 4 songs. I'd recommend getting the vinyl (Obviously)! More bang for your buck!