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Clinic: Internal Wrangler (Domino)

Review by Barney Hoskyns,, 2000

THE SGT. PEPPER outfits are one thing – like the Beatles, Clinic hail from Liverpool – but the surgical masks are something else again. (According ...

Primal Scream: Xtrmntor/David Holmes: Bow Down to the Exit Sign/Clinic: Internal Wrangler

Review by Djuna Parnes, Rock's Backpages, December 2000

1997’S FRACTURED, fundamentally bogus Vanishing Point laid the ground for the much more focused Xtrmntor, Bobby Gillespie’s first true manifesto of an album since the ...

Clinic: What's Behind Those Surgical Masks?

Interview by Yancey Strickler, Neumu, October 2001

CLINIC SINGER Ade Blackburn's voice hiccups, squeals and coos, like a child just learning how to talk. Lyrics consist of unintelligible gibberish like "Tikki tikki ...

Clinic: The Only British Band Which Matters

Interview by Joss Hutton, Perfect Sound Forever, March 2002

LIVERPUDLIAN quartet Clinic may be blessed with consummate good taste – pictures of the likes of Roky Erickson, Serge Gainsbourg, Phil and Ronnie Spector, Silver ...

Best Music of 2002

Guide by Devon Powers, PopMatters, December 2002


Clinic: Winchester Cathedral

Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, August 2004

CALL IT WHAT you will—consistency versus predictability, innovation versus identity abandonment: whatever the name, this is the most serious quandary that bands face as they ...

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