Mars Audiac Quintet is the third studio album by English-French rock band Stereolab. It was released on 8 August 1994 in the United Kingdom by Duophonic Records and in the United States by Elektra Records. During the recording of the album, guitarist Sean O'Hagan left as a full-time member to tour with the High Llamas, while keyboardist Katharine Gifford was added. The song "International Colouring Contest" is a tribute to Lucia Pamela, and samples her voice in the intro.
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Released August 8, 1994. Tiffany Young Breaks Down "Teach You". Madison Beer Breaks Down The Meaning Of "Hurts Like Hell". Carly Rae Jepsen Breaks Down The Meaning Of "Party For One". The Making Of Ariana Grande's "thank u, next" With Social House & TBHits. Ava Max Breaks Down "Sweet but Psycho". 3. Transona Five Lyrics. Produced by Stereolab. Written by Lætitia Sadier & Tim Gane.
Each album has been re-mastered from the original 1/2" tapes by Bo Kondren at Calyx Mastering and overseen by Tim Gane. Bonus material includes alternate takes, 4 track demos and unreleased mixes
Mars Audiac Quintet is an album by the band Stereolab, released in August 1994. Initial releases of the CD came with bonus two-track disk. During the recording of the album, guitarist Sean O'Hagan left as a full-time member to form his own group, while keyboardist Katharine Gifford was added . Однако ты также можешь выбрать другой язык. A new version of Last.
Mars Audiac Quintet is the third studio album by English-French rock band Stereolab. Release date: 8 August 1994 (UK), 9 August 1994 (US). Label: Duophonic (UK), Elektra (US). Clear disc tray?: No. Three-Dee Melodie (E Major). Wow and Flutter (B Major). Transona Five (E Major). Des Étoiles Électroniques (A Major). Anamorphose (E Major). Three Longers Later (F Major). Nihilist Assault Group ( Initial key: E Major, Main key: A Major). International Colouring Contest (G Major).
Album Name Mars Audiac Quintet.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Wow And Flutter||3:08|
|4||Des Étoiles Électroniques||3:20|
Guitar [Twang] – Sean O'Hagan
|7||Three Longers Later||3:28|
|8||Nihilist Assault Group||6:55|
|9||International Colouring Contest
Guitar [Tremolo] – Sean O'Hagan
|10||The Stars Our Destination||2:58|
|11||Transporté Sans Bouger
Backing Vocals – Jean-Baptiste Garnero, Katharine Gifford
|12||L'Enfer Des Formes||3:53|
Percussion – Sean O'HaganWritten-By – Sean O'Hagan, Tim Gane
- Arranged By [Brass], Marimba, Guitar [Slide] – Sean O'Hagan
- Bass – Duncan Brown
- Drums, Percussion – Andy Ramsay
- Engineer – Paul Tipler
- Guitar, Organ [Vox, Farfisa], Synthesizer [Moog], Bass – Tim Gane
- Layout – Trouble
- Management – Martin Pike, Sheri Hood
- Mastered By – Nick Webb, Steve Rooke
- Mixed By – Paul Tipler, Stereolab
- Organ [Vox, Farfisa], Synthesizer [Moog] – Katharine Gifford
- Photography By – Peter Morris
- Saxophone [Tenor], Flute – Alan Carter
- Trombone – Andy Robinson
- Trumpet – Lindsay Low
- Violin – Vera Daucher
- Vocals [Second], Guitar, Tambourine, Percussion [Eggs] – Mary Hansen
- Vocals, Tambourine, Organ [Vox, Mint's Organ], Guitar – Laetitia Sadier
- Written-By – Laetitia Sadier (tracks: 1 to 14), Tim Gane (tracks: 1 to 14)
NotesRecorded spring 1994 at Blackwing Studios, London.
Mastered at Abbey Road Studios.
"International Colouring Contest" contains a sample of "Into Outer Space with Lucia Pamela" licensed by permission of Arf Arf Records.
"Distributed by Warner Music of Canada Ltd" printed on the back cover and the disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7559-61669-2 8
|D-UHF-D05||Stereolab||Mars Audiac Quintet (2xLP, Album)||Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks||D-UHF-D05||UK||1994|
|AMCY-2532||Stereolab||Mars Audiac Quintet (CD, Album)||Elektra, EastWest Japan||AMCY-2532||Japan||1994|
|D-UHF-CD05||Stereolab||Mars Audiac Quintet (CD, Album, Ltd + CD, Single)||Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks||D-UHF-CD05||UK||1994|
|61669-2||Stereolab||Mars Audiac Quintet (CD, Album, RE, SRC)||Elektra||61669-2||US||Unknown|
|61669-2||Stereolab||Mars Audiac Quintet (CD, Album, Promo)||Elektra||61669-2||US||1994|