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Page Artiste The Clean


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  • CD (23 mai 2016)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Merge Recordds
  • ASIN : B00007L7E1
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Disque : 1

  1. Tally Ho
  2. Platypus
  3. Billy Two
  4. Thumbs Off
  5. Anything Could Happen
  6. Sad Eyed Lady
  7. Point That Thing Somewhere Else
  8. Fish
  9. Flowers
  10. Side On
  11. Slug Song
  12. Beatnik
  13. End Of My Dream
  14. On Again / Off Again
  15. At The Bottom
  16. Getting Older
  17. Scrap Music
  18. Whatever I Do It's Right
  19. Two Fat Sisters (Live)
  20. Odditty
  21. Quickstep (Live)
  22. At The Botom (Live)

Disque : 2

  1. Drawing To A Hole
  2. I Wait Around
  3. The Blue
  4. Someone
  5. Big Soft Punch
  6. Diamond Shine
  7. Big Cat
  8. Outside The Cage
  9. Safe In The Rain
  10. Secret Place
  11. Do Your Thing
  12. Linger Longer
  13. Too Much Violence
  14. Trapped In Amber
  15. Psychedelic Ranger
  16. Late Last Night
  17. Ludwig
  18. Wipe Me, I'm Lucky
  19. Franz Kafka At The Zoo
  20. Clutch
  21. Balkans
  22. Indigo Blue
  23. Chumpy
  24. Twist Top

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Anthology serves as a celebration of The Clean, a band whose influence extends so far beyond their New Zealand home that even if you have never heard of The Clean before, you have surely heard of some of the bands (Pavement, Yo La Tengo, and Superchunk, to name a few) who have been influenced by their unique blend of homemade garage rock, hook-filled melodies, and psychedelic experimentalism. The album is a compilation from across The Clean's legendary career, which began in 1981 and continues today. Merge originally released the 2-CD Anthology in 2003, but in celebration of our 25th anniversary, we felt the time was right to release this essential collection on quadruple LP. Anthology kicks off with The Clean's call-to-arms debut Tally Ho! ; the story of the infectious track's $60 recording bill is now legendary. It continues with the early EPs Boodle Boodle Boodle and Great Sounds Great in their entirety. The hits Billy Two, Anything Could Happen, Beatnik, and Getting Older and live favorites like Point That Thing Somewhere Else and instrumentals Fish and At the Bottom all serve up memories of the joyous noise that characterized The Clean of that time. These recordings, mostly made by the band with Chris Knox and Doug Hood at the helm of the 4-track, capture the bright, raw sound of a classic garage band. After a brief breakup, the band recorded Vehicle in 1989. Vehicle was made in three days and engineered by Alan Moulder (Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails, My Bloody Valentine). The sounds of Vehicle and the two albums that followed it, Modern Rock (1994) and Unknown Country (1996), make up the bulk of discs 3 and 4 of the vinyl Anthology. In addition to selections from these full-length recordings, Anthology includes two songs released only on an American 7-inch and two that appeared on a bonus flexi-disc with the Modern Rock LP.

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Il s'agit de la réédition, en 2014, d'une "Anthologie" publiée initialement en 2003 par le label étatsunien Merge Records des premières oeuvres de ce groupe de rock indépendant néo-zélandais formé en 1978. Les deux CD contiennent chacun un peu moins de 70 minutes de musique et couvrent les 16 premières années d'enregistrements de ce groupe.

Le premier CD montre un groupe d'adios ou post-ados enthousiastes, pressés de faire de la musique avec deux ou trois accords de guitare, mais aussi, à l'occasion, quelques notes d'orgue. Les influences les plus évidentes à ce stade sont celles du Velvet Underground ('Billy Two', 'Thumbs Off', 'Side On' et bien d'autres), en plus lo-fi mais aussi plus solaire et avec parfois une voix mal assurée (cf. 'Platypus'). Toutefois, volontairement ou pas, l'inaugural 'Tally Ho' ou 'Beatnik' évoquent un Joe "King" Carrasco lo-fi et punkoïde ! Quant à ' Point That Thing Somewhere Else', avec son rythme "motorik" et ses 5'28, il nous met sur la piste du "kraut-rock" ! Pour brouiller les pistes, mais conserver des références "cultes", l'instrumental 'At The Bottom' - livré en deux versions - sonne comme une démo de Joy Division période 'Unknown Pleasures'. Et 'Scrap Music' comme une démo de Sonic Youth ! A rebours, 'End Of My Dream' est une ballade chantée en duo avec un accompagnement uniquement de guitares acoustiques. Le vif 'Odditty' croule sous les cymbales tandis que ' Quickstep' marie riff stoogien, arrangements velvetiens (façon 'Heroin') et mode parlé/chanté.
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reçu en temps voulu, le disque était en parfait état.
Il s'agit de l'anthologie The Clean chez Merge 2003 /license de flying nun records...
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HASH(0x9977d978) étoiles sur 5 So very very Clean 21 mars 2005
Par E. A Solinas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Clean is a powerful but nebulous presence in the world of indie rock -- the New Zealand band is known to music critics and die-hard indie fans, but sadly not to the masses. The fact that they are still little-known after two and a half decades is just proof that fame doesn't always come to those who deserve it.

The simply-named two-disc "Anthology" gives a suitably good retrospective of the Clean's career, in pretty much chronological order. One disc is devoted to their early work: the fun organ-laced garage-rock "Tally Ho," which was the song that propelled them to New Zealand's musical top, as well as the rough "Billy Two."

The rough, lo-fi pop continues changing in the second, which has the later music and some rarities. Starting with the Clean's reunion, it has such excellent (and eclectic) styles as jangly guitar rock, keyboard pop, and the Britpoppish flavors of "Secret Place" and "Diamond Shine." Surprisingly, the smoother production doesn't at all take away from the enjoyment of the music.

It's a pity that bands from New Zealand don't get the recognition that British or American bands do. If they did, the Clean would probably adored with Pavement and Radiohead. Sadly, they have not gotten that recognition, but that in no way reflects on their music -- this edgy, quirky rock is similar to the best of today's top indierock bands, but conceived years before those bands existed.

"Anthology" serves more than one function. It's two hours of fun, gloriously inventive rock'n'roll, but it also serves to illustrate how their sound expanded over time. The Clean started off with very little, which gave their music a fun, rough sound, but with new production and more money, they polished their sound up. Their music lost the innocent edge, in favor of musical maturity.

The songwriting is more than a little insane -- not that that's a bad thing. The Clean's music has a lovably unhinged edge, lovably jagged instrumentation and edgy sensibilities. There isn't a musical dull moment, with leader David Kilgour and his brother Hamish playing, respectively, guitar and drums. Bassist Robert Scott (later of the Bats) rounded off the group.

The Clean is practically guaranteed to capture an indie-rock-lover's heart, since it was an influence on bands like Yo La Tengo, Pavement and Sonic Youth. As a good overview of the band's two-decade-plus career, "Anthology" is good Clean fun.
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HASH(0x99972f60) étoiles sur 5 Junkmedia Review - So fresh and so clean 21 février 2003
Par junkmedia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
25 years ago, The Clean formed as a trio in a small town in New Zealand. It was a relatively unusual hobby for kids to have then and there. For four years they unexpectedly achieved a good amount of success with a number of singles and EPs, before breaking up for the first time. A full-length compilation called, um, Compilation brought together all of these EPs and some other odds and ends and was seen to be the final memorial for this legendary band. The Clean reunited, though, in 1988, beginning the second phase of their recording career, which is still going strong today. Anthology sums up their entire career, reprising most of the tracks on Compilation and adding a second CD of most of their post-reunion output.
The difficulty in reviewing something like Anthology lies in the fact that the article can look at multiple qualities of the package. Does The Clean even deserve to have a lavish two-CD, 46-song set devoted to it? (yes, definitely) If so, did the record label(s) involved do a good job with it, making sure the tracklist gives a thorough look into the world of The Clean? (absolutely) Are the songs any good? (yes, they're tremendous)
So with the quick answers behind us, let's move forward. I truly fell in love with this band all over again upon many listens to Anthology. In a way, that's a sure sign of this compilation's success, as die-hard fans won't need any more convincing. This set seeks to convince newcomers that there's value in knowing who this band is, and it makes its case with a two-hour-plus set. But enough talking around the music.
The Clean were and are unlikely masters of scrappy, simple and energetic pop music. Songs like "Tally Ho" and "Billy Two" set the pace for much of their early work. Simple, three-chord songs with wonderfully child-like melodies that seem incapable of aging or dating themselves predominate disc one of Anthology. But thrown in among all the beat-up sugar, transcendent tracks like "Point That Thing Somewhere Else" and "Fish" elevate the songs around it, bringing out the details even in the simplest pop numbers like "Beatnik." Other tracks, like "Side On" and a live rendition of "Quickstep," showcase the band's apparent fascination with edgy drones reminiscent of early tracks by The Fall. All this adds up to a completely unique sound that, despite the disparities in styles, bring the whole disc together.
Disc two compiles, for the first time, all of their material from 1988 onward (save for their latest LP, Getaway), after they had reformed from their hiatus. The only palpable difference is a more mature sonic vocabulary, better recording quality and a hair less innocent energy, but clearly The Clean will always be The Clean. Songs like "Big Soft Punch" call to mind an updated "Billy Two," but without any sort of nostalgia for the past. "Outside The Cage" mixes a keyboard-driven drone with gorgeously upbeat vocals in a way that shows The Clean have not stopped growing. New sounds and themes show a constant evolution on disc two, making it a far more diverse document than the first.
The people at Flying Nun and Merge were right in keeping the liner notes almost entirely nostalgia-free, allowing the music to speak for itself. While it can (sometimes) be great to read gushing prose about a newly reissued album or thoughtful essays on the history of a band to accompany an anthology, the preciousness that adds can give too much of a museum-like quality to the music. Here, the liner notes include wonderful drawings and a tracklist with pointers as to where the tracks came from, with no scholarly reverence. And really, that's all you need.
Martin Pavlinic
Junkmedia Review
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HASH(0x99a56c00) étoiles sur 5 Absolutely Essential Underground Pop! 4 février 2003
Par G. Preston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There is real cause for celebration here. If you're already familiar w/ the Clean, you'll want this as a definitive retrospective which includes many rarities. Disc 1 contains ALL of the seminal early stuff, and Disc 2 is a very well picked selection of tunes from "Vehicle", "Unknown Country" and "Modern Rock" plus another couple hard to find 7"s. If you're unfamiliar with the Clean but curious enough to be reading this, delay no further! I'd say it's required listening for fans of the Velvet Underground, the Beatles, Pavement, GBV, or anyone else capable of making timeless, unforgetable music out of 3 or 4 chords and a guitar! Thank you Merge records.
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HASH(0x99a5687c) étoiles sur 5 Go for it, G.... 11 décembre 2006
Par Mark Enea - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
You're getting all this wonderful, ingenious music for $17.00? This makes you lucky, my friend. Do not question the curiosity that took you to this particular album as you search Amazon.

If you are curious about this band, you will surely see, and come to realize, that your curiosity was well warranted. This is a cournucopia of a band that makes you all warm. No matter what. Makes you happy and warm. That's really about it.
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HASH(0x99667fb4) étoiles sur 5 the clean cleansed my musical soul, it did 11 juillet 2004
Par Davy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
thank goodness for merge, the label who has given this legendary new zealand post-punk/spacy twee pop group a well-deserved wider audience. so far this year my most valuable musical discovery. this 2-disc collection is essential, 46 songs, all of them delightful and effervescent, for 13 bucks. simply unbeatable.
kudos to the clean for being the band that kickstarted my favorite musical genre of last year, kiwi-pop (chills, bats, verlaines, straitjacket fits, etc...these are good places to turn if you like what you hear with the clean).
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