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Suburban Light is the debut studio album by English indie pop band The Clientele. The album was released on 28 November 2000 by Pointy Records in the United Kingdom. In 2001, it was released by Merge Records in the United States. Suburban Light contains several tracks originally released on singles and compilations from 1997 through 2000. The track "We Could Walk Together" first appeared on the Fierce Panda Records compilation Cry Me a Liver in November 1997.
BPM Profile Suburban Light. Album starts at 125BPM, ends at 91BPM (-34), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Clientele. Music for the Age of Miracles.
Album · 2000 · 13 Songs. Alone and Unreal: The Best of the Clientele (Deluxe). See All. Odessey and Oracle.
Suburban Light sounds like a classic album lost in between the busy shuffle of that year. The kind of record that could have gained a cult following during the 90s and been granted a reissue in 2000. Instead it’s a collection of singles and one offs the band released during the 90s and assembled for their debut in 2000. Produced by the band, Suburban Light nails the hazy atmosphere of the aforementioned 1965 totems. The jangly guitar leads ping with a distinct clarity while the bass and drums remain just below each song’s luscious analog hiss. Course, silent dark fragrances can’t carry an entire album so The Clientele deliver what their ‘65 forebearers delivered, by writing sharp little tunes with subtle but immediate hooks. Opener I Had to Say This is an absolute wonder. The Clientele giving you but a few stray notes to catch yourself before fully thrusting you into their world.
Together they create a haunting, poetic, and rich sound that's unlike any indie pop being created by their contemporaries. Suburban Light is a brilliant introduction to the band, and over repeated listens, the songs grow both more distinctive and more interconnected, boasting a richly nuanced intricacy as intoxicating as it is elusive.
Complete your The Clientele collection. This is a wonderful repressing of a classic collection of songs.
|1||I Had To Say This||3:35|
|3||Reflections After Jane||3:22|
|4||We Could Walk Together||2:39|
|7||An Hour Before The Light||2:32|
|8||(I Want You) More Than Ever||3:00|
|10||Five Day Morning||4:04|
|12||As Night Is Falling||5:13|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (scanned): 5024545136227
|POINT 004 LP||The Clientele||Suburban Light (LP, Comp)||Pointy||POINT 004 LP||UK||2000|
|MRG187||The Clientele||Suburban Light (LP, Comp, RE + CD, Comp)||Merge Records||MRG187||US||2014|
|MRG187||The Clientele||Suburban Light (2xCD, Comp, RE)||Merge Records||MRG187||US||2014|
|MRG187||The Clientele||Suburban Light (CD, Comp)||Merge Records||MRG187||US||2001|
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