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Clare Quilty


Clare Quilty was a Charlottesville, VA-based combo that flavored its choice grooves with details of electronica and trip-hop. Offering the vocals of Jenn Rhubright, the music group also included guitarist Michael Rodi, bassist Chris Ruotolo, and drummer Jimmy J. Amburgey. Suga-Lik, their debut, fell in 1997 on Washington, D.C., indie Dcide; in March of the next year the record saw national discharge with the label’s brand-new WEA distribution offer. Strong made an appearance in 2000, and in 2003 Clare Quilty came back with Tremble, an EP offering dance remixes from the name track, that was culled in the forthcoming album, Encounter the Strange.

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Full Name Clare Quilty
Music Songs Dylarama, Anger Is Beautiful, Sad Untitled, Comfort Me, Hey Joey Jane, Secret Is Sharer, Political Economy of Love, In You More Than You, Sleep with You, Reach Tomorrow, Name Brand Brain Death, Tremble, Tormented Artist, Breathe, Which Is Why I Mutilate You, Angle of the Odd, Glitterbug, Beautiful Lies, Wish You Away, Ceci Ne'st Pas Un Chat, Rebel Rebel, 655321, 8x10, Landshark, Painful, Tire Me, Forever, Look, Kiss, Spam, Numb, 810
Albums Suga-Lik, Face the Strange, Strong

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