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  1. Mar 18,  · Quickspace was a London-based experimental rock band started in Quickspace formed in London, originally under the name Quickspace boafeltinesstendtrepsonmonadisraback.co 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.
  2. Just before the album's release, drummer Chin left the band and was replaced by Steve Denton. With the number of names, band members and styles the band plays with, the only constants in Quickspace's world are quality and change. Fittingly enough, 's The Death of Quickspace was even issued on a new American label, Matador.
  3. Another 7", 'Quickspace Happy Song #2' came out in June, together with the Precious Little EP, which contains the songs from the 'Hadid' and 'Happy Song #2' 7-inches on one CD. Precious Falling, the second album proper, was released on CD and double vinyl on 31 August The album had been recorded in late /early with Chin still on.
  4. Jul 03,  · - The Lobalong Song - They Shoot Horse Don't They - Climbing A Hill - Munchers No Munchers - Gloriana - The Munchers - A Rose - Lob It - 4 ~ The.
  5. The Death of Quickspace. I guess 'quick space' died post album. who were you? why? i guess if belle and sebastian fucked karen o and mogwai (thats a menage for you young'ns)=quickspace. Posted by Mpg at Labels: , D, Q, Quickspace, The Death of Quickspace. No comments: Post a Comment. Newer Post Older Post Home.
  6. It is a little lazy to compare Quickspace to Stereolab. Quickspace bring their own idiosyncracies to this album. This is one of their most consistent albums. Particular highlights for me include quasi-pfaff, song for someone and (on the US version only) the original single version of friend.3/5(3).
  7. la_cuna Dec 03 Quickspace's last album definitely underscores these guys as one of the most underrated acts of the late 90's. The Death of Quickspace is definitely an aural requiem of sorts; Tom Cullinan's past work with Th' Faith Healers makes short cameos on this Moog drenched affair as burts of white noise, only to fade away in elegies of beautiful, lovestruck pop; replete with ballads and lullabies.

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