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Clinic

Liverpool's art punk four-piece Clinic formed in 1997 out of the ashes of Ade Blackburn and Hartley's previous band, Pure Morning. The duo added Brian Campbell and Carl Turney to the fold and released the thrashy debut single "IPC Sub-Editors Dictate Our Youth" on the group's own Aladdin's Cave of Golf label; it reached number nine in John Peel's Festive 50 singles roundup that year. 1998 saw the release of equally well-received singles like "Cement Mixer" and "Monkey on My Back," which also showcased Clinic's blend of chugging, Velvet Underground-style guitars, icy, Suicide-esque keyboards and drum machines, and Blackburn's acidic, Lennon-esque vocals.

In 1999, the band signed to Domino Records and released "The Second Line," which was subsequently used in ads for Levi's Jeans in the U.K. Clinic began a flurry of activity in 2000, releasing their first album, Internal Wrangler, and the singles "The Return of Evil Bill" and "Distortions." That summer, they appeared at Scott Walker's Meltdown and All Tomorrow's Parties festivals and toured with Radiohead. The following year, the group returned to the studio and Internal Wrangler was released domestically in the U.S. In early 2002, Clinic resurfaced with their second full-length, Walking with Thee, which provided a more spacious, atmospheric take on the group's sound. That spring, the band launched a full-fledged tour of the States.

Two years later, Clinic embarked on a tour of the U.S. before the release of their third album, Winchester Cathedral, and another tour after its arrival. The band reunited with Gareth Jones, who mixed Internal Wrangler, for Visitations, a rawer effort that harked back to Clinic's early days. Visitations was released in late 2006 in the U.K. and early in 2007 in the U.S. Early in 2008, the band released the single "Free Not Free" as a free download; the full-length Do It!, which took a more streamlined approach than Visitations, surfaced that spring. For 2010's Bubblegum, the band went in a gentler, chamber pop-inspired direction. Clinic self-produced their next album, 2012's psychedelic Free Reign, enlisting Oneohtrix Point Never's Daniel Lopatin to mix certain songs and issuing one version of the album as a glow-in-the-dark Frisbee with a download code for the music. ~ Heather Phares
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Free Reign

1. Misty

2. See Saw

3. Seamless Boogie Woogie BBC2 10pm (RPT)

4. Cosmic Radiation

5. Miss You

6. For The Season

7. King Kong

8. You

9. Sun And The Moon

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Track List: Bubblegum

1. I'm Aware

2. Bubblegum

3. Baby

4. Lion Tamer

5. Linda

6. Milk & Honey

7. Radiostory

8. Forever (Demis' Blues)

9. Another Way Of Giving

10. Evelyn

11. Un Astronauta En Cielo

12. Freemason Waltz

13. Orangutan

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Track List: Do It

1. Memories

2. Tomorrow

3. The Witch (Made To Measure)

4. Free Not Free

5. Shopping Bag

6. Corpus Christi

7. Emotions

8. High Coin

9. Mary And Eddie

10. Winged Wheel

11. Coda

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Track List: Funf

1. The Majestic

2. Nicht

3. Christmas

4. The Castle

5. You Can't Hurt You Anymore

6. Dissolution: The Dream Of Bartholomew

7. Magic Boots

8. The Scythe

9. Lee Shan

10. Love Is Just A Tool

11. Circle I

12. Golden Rectangle

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Track List: Visitations

1. Family

2. Animal/Human

3. Gideon

4. Harvest (Within You)

5. Tusk

6. Paradise

7. Children Of Kellogg

8. If You Could Read Your Mind

9. Jigsaw Man

10. Interlude

11. The New Seeker

12. Visitations

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Track List: Harvest

1. Harvest (Within You)

2. You Can't Hurt You Anymore

3. Lee Shan

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Track List: Winchester Cathedral

1. Country Mile

2. Circle Of Fifths

3. Anne

4. The Magician

5. Verticle Takeoff In Egypt

6. Home

7. W.D.Y.Y.B.

8. The Majestic

9. Falstaff

10. August

11. Thank You (For Living)

12. Fingers

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Track List: 3EPs

1. IPC Sub-Editors Dictate Our Youth

2. Porno

3. D.P.

4. Monkey On Your Back

5. D.T. (Filthy Mix)

6. Evil Bill (Instrumental)

7. Cement Mixer

8. Kimberly

9. Voot

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Track List: Walking With Thee

1. Harmony

2. The Equaliser

3. Welcome

4. Walking With Thee

5. Pet Eunuch

6. Mr. Moonlight

7. Come Into Our Room

8. The Vukture

9. The Bridge

10. Sunlight Bathes Our Home

11. For The Wars

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Track List: Internal Wrangler

1. Voodoo Wop

2. The Return Of Evil Bill

3. Internal Wrangler

4. DJ Shangri-La

5. The Second Line

6. C.Q.

7. T.K.

8. Earth Angel

9. Distortions

10. Hippy Death Suite

11. 2nd Foot Stomp

12. 2/4

14. Goodnight Georgie

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Track List: Free Reign II

1. Sun And The Moon II

2. You II

3. King Kong II

4. For The Season II

5. Miss You II

6. Cosmic Radiation II

7. Seamless Boogie Woogie, BBC2 10PM (RPT) II

8. See Saw II

9. Misty II

10. Done And Dusted II

Comments

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eh it definitely isn't bad, but i'm not really feelin' it too much either unfortunatel y . . .
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Just read that they have a new album coming out early next year.
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burkify
I am hooked on the lead singers voice and singing. F**king rad.
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really? hahaha
yeah, I realize the connection with the masks and the name, just wondered if there was some story behind it...
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Discovered them during the Walking With Thee era. Liked some songs, despised others, decided I liked the ones I liked enough to give them a new listen. Here I am. Yes.
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dembrian
Melissa . . . the band is called Clinic, why do you think they wear the masks?
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stephe_kofro n
spmehow they take me baak to Echo and the Bunnymen.
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my fav...whats with the surgical masks though???
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bromide01
Cool shit. I mean chit.
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bayera
pretty much the best band out there
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Cool band. I really dig all the new chit I've found on Pandora. They came across on my Morphine channel
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clinic is a group that could NEVER EVER go bad man. classic chit
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divinehairsp r a y
LOVE them!

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