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The Clique

The Clique

The Clique


There are 7 groups called "The Clique": 1. Australian duo that consists of singers Jacinta Gulisano and Jordan Rodrigues. Both were members of X Factor Australia-formed group Third D3gree 2. A dark 80s group from Israel ("הקליק") who scored some major (domestic) hits like "Al tadliku liner", "Incubator", "Golem" and many more. 3. A mid 60's R&B band featuring John Rowe on lead guitar, they released a couple of singles, their biggest, 'We didn't Kiss didn't love (but now we do)' was a minor hit. Read more on Last.fm
There are 7 groups called "The Clique": 1. Australian duo that consists of singers Jacinta Gulisano and Jordan Rodrigues. Both were members of X Factor Australia-formed group Third D3gree 2. A dark 80s group from Israel ("הקליק") who scored some major (domestic) hits like "Al tadliku liner", "Incubator", "Golem" and many more. 3.

A mid 60's R&B band featuring John Rowe on lead guitar, they released a couple of singles, their biggest, 'We didn't Kiss didn't love (but now we do)' was a minor hit. Rowe always claimed that the first sustained note of the Troggs 'Wild Thing' was a rip of of one of his licks. 4. A 90's Mod-revival band. The Clique was formed in the late 1980s by Paul Newman, Jon-Paul Harper, Phillip Otto and Gilles B.

Mery in 1988. This line-up played many high profile gigs centred around the revived UK Mod scene. After sporadic experiments with keyboard players, including James Taylor (see below) Dom Strickland became full-time hammond player in late 1992, and also, incidentally, the main songwriter. Up Until that point the Clique had been a (albeit superlative) covers band, making up for their lack of original material by covering only the very rarest and most obscure freakbeat Europe had to offer, Shortly thereafter, in an unrelated move, Gilles finally departed to his native France.

he was replaced by Matthew Braim, who played his first gig April 1993. This particular line-up is now generally regarded as the Clique at the height of their powers. (see Quant, The Surrounds, Lucifer Star Machine, The Gift Whores). They were part of a kind of sixties revival at that time, and even if their first recording "Worming" took place in a "Totally Wired" compilation on the Acid Jazz label in 1989, their raw mod style was better showed on the ep Detour Records edited in 1993.

("Early Days" , featuring James Taylor on Hammond). The band continued to play and to record with different lines up through the nineties, associating Trevor French, Chris Jordan, Alex Petty, Bruce Brand (from thee Headcoats), Dom Strickland and break in 1998 with a last ep named "Hello sunshine". Their discography is made of at least 6 singles/eps, and two lps. 5. Mid 60's band from Perth, Australia.

Released one single on the Go!! label, "Love Me Girl" b/w "Stop, Look and Listen" in 1967. 6. Group who produce Drum and Bass tracks...... http://www.audiojelly.com/?a=artists/The+Clique 7. 1960's sunshine-pop band from Austin, Texas.

Their only full length album, "The Clique" (on White Whale Records) reached #177 on the American charts in 1969 with singles peaking at #45 and #42. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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