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Seefeel - Quique album mp3
Abstract, Shoegaze, Ambient
FLAC album size:
1947 mb
Other formats:
4.9 ✪

Seefeel's first album for Warp, Succour, was released in 1995. Succour incorporated a darker, more abstracted sound than their first album, and while commercially a more difficult record, was nevertheless again well received. Following the re-issue of their first album Quique in 2007, Clifford and Peacock discussed writing new material. Clifford recalls, "Sarah and I got together to do some interviews and we just talked and decided to exchange a few ideas to see if Seefeel was worth pursuing again". In an interview for Bleep. com, Clifford further explained "I was forced to listen to (Quique) again and also to dig out unreleased recordings and for the first time in a long.

On Seefeel's MySpace page, there's live footage of "Industrious"- from their 1993 album Quique- at a Russian festival in '94. The band doesn't quite stand still; bassist Darren Seymour does some kind of spastic dance during the bridge.

이블: Too Pure ‎– pure cd28. 식: CD, Album, Jewelcase. The version of 'Plainsong' on this album is different from the version present on other releases. The colours of the artwork are slightly different than the colours on Digipak issue. Recorded at Falconer, Chrysalis and at home, July 1993.

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Slightly more upfront and extroverted than their early recordings, this album is still instantly recognizable, and fans who go back to their last Warp LP, Succour, might be surprised at how little has changed with Seefeel over 15 years.

This article is about the music album. For the Spanish given name, see Enrique. For the Spanish football coach, see Quique Sánchez Flores. Quique /kiːk/ is the debut album by British music group Seefeel and was released through Too Pure Records. Quique was recorded in July 1993. During their time in the studio, Seefeel also recorded the EP More Like Space Daren Seymour stated that Clifford was "working on a constant basis.

Seefeel, London, United Kingdom. Playing Shoegaze, Electronica. British four piece Seefeel emerged at a time when rock music had begun to stagnate, with grunge’s intense energy starting to fade Seefeel.


A1 Climactic Phase #3 8:23
A2 Polyfusion 6:22
B1 Industrious 6:38
B2 Imperial 6:37
C1 Plainsong 7:40
C2 Charlotte's Mouth 7:25
C3 Through You 5:46
D1 Filter Dub 8:45
D2 Signals 5:47


  • Engineer – Adrian Harrow, Mark Clifford, Mark Van Hoen
  • Liner Notes – Dave Segal
  • Mastered By [Cut], Edited By [Additional] – Stuart*
  • Photography By – Dave Masters , Jane Brownhill
  • Producer, Mixed By – Seefeel
  • Written-By – Seymour* (tracks: 6, 9), Fletcher* (tracks: 1, 6), Clifford*, Peacock* (tracks: 2, 3, 6,)


Housed in expanded gatefold tip-on jacket including 4 page 11x11 inch insert.
Liner notes by Dave Segal interviewing original band members.
Reissued in a run of 2000 copies.
Track durations not listed on the release.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PURE 28 Seefeel Quique ‎(2xLP, Album) Too Pure PURE 28 UK 1993
asw 6123-4, ASW 6123-4 Seefeel Quique ‎(Cass) Astralwerks, Astralwerks asw 6123-4, ASW 6123-4 US 1993
PURE 194 CDD Seefeel Quique (Redux Edition) ‎(2xCD, Album, RM, Del) Too Pure PURE 194 CDD UK 2007
PURE194DL Seefeel Quique (Redux Edition) ‎(18xFile, MP3, Album) Too Pure PURE194DL UK 2007
PURE 28DL Seefeel Quique ‎(9xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) Too Pure PURE 28DL UK Unknown

  • Kit
Sublime remaster and reissue. Now, if they could release an expanded vinyl set including the bonus material, that would be the ultimate collection.
  • MrRipper
This remaster sounds so damn good. Normally don't make that stupid comment but if you're into this record, gotta get this remaster. Pressing on mine was very very nice. A rarity these days
  • Alsanadar
Agreed wholeheartedly. I don't know that it was actually remastered, but it sounds good on black vinyl. Medical Records, if you have the power, please press more for our friends who didn't secure a copy for the second time around. While that doesn't include me, I'd gladly purchase another just to wait for the opportunity to gift a copy to someone who would hear how precious this work was and is and will be.