Quark Kent - Meschqui flac album
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Quark Kent – Meschqui. Listen free to Quark Kent – Meschqui (Meh, Laika's Revenge and more). He has been creating and releasing music since 1996 with 4 LP releases and several remixes under his belt.
Quark Kent Meschqui, released 01 January 2005 1. Is it Winter Yet? 2. Comma 3. Baby Christopher 4. Chlorinoir 5. Meh 6. Sugarbabes 7. What's for Lunch? 8. Not Hot 9. Laika's Revenge. Got it. + add. album.
Klark Kent is the debut solo album of Stewart Copeland, and the first solo album recorded by any band member of The Police. The album was released in 1980 as a 10 inch EP on green vinyl. It was later re-released on black vinyl as a 12 inch with a grey and black sleeve. It includes the song "Don't Care", which had entered the UK Top 50 two years earlier
Quark Kent - Laika's Revenge.
Quark Kent has been played on NTS shows including Noise In My Head, with you me and the moon first played on 23 October 2018. Quark Kent (Giv Parvaneh) is an Australian-based electronic music artist. He also appears on several music compilations. He first appeard on the scene playing at Frigid night club, a weekly electronic music venue in Sydney Australia organised by Sub Bass Snarl. Quark Kent has been played on NTS shows including Noise In My Head, with you me and the moon first played on 23 October 2018.
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Kent's eponymous debut album sees the Swedish band yearning for an identity of their own and failing to find it. At times echoing either Radiohead, Pavement, the Cure, and maybe even A-ha, vocalist Joakim Berg and band mates struggle to find the right dynamic blend of emotion and aggression. There's a sense that Kent was just starting to master their instruments during the recording, but that the songwriting was still lagging somewhat behind. The two opening tracks encompass stuttering rock maneuvers, wobbly, crunching guitars, and overall sonic force
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