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Stereolab - Mars Audiac Quintet Album

Stereolab - Mars Audiac Quintet Album
Mars Audiac Quintet
Experimental, Indie Rock, Post Rock
MP3 album size:
2301 mb
FLAC album size:
2558 mb
Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks


1Three-Dee Melodie
2Ping Pong
Guitar [Twang] – Sean O'Hagan
3L'Enfer Des Formes
4Fiery Yellow
Percussion – Sean O'HaganWritten-By – O'Hagan
5Transona Five
6Outer Accelerator
7Transporté Sans Bouger
Backing Vocals – Jean-Baptiste Garnero, Katharine Gifford
8International Colouring Contest
Guitar [Tremolo] – Sean O'Hagan
9The Stars Our Destination
10Three Longers Later
11Wow And Flutter
12Klang Tone
13New Orthophony
15Ulan Bator
16Des Étoiles Électroniques
17Nihilist Assault Group


  • Arranged By [Brass], Marimba, Slide GuitarSean O'Hagan
  • BassDuncan Brown
  • Drums, Percussion [Persuasive]Andy Ramsay
  • EngineerPaul Tipler
  • Guitar, Organ [Vox, Farfisa], Synthesizer [Moog], BassTim Gane
  • LayoutTrouble
  • Management [Manager]Martin Pike, Sheri Hood
  • Mixed ByPaul Tipler, The Groop
  • Organ [Vox, Farfisa], Synthesizer [Moog]Katharine Gifford
  • Photography – Peter Morris
  • Tenor Saxophone, FluteAlan Carter
  • TromboneAndy Robinson
  • TrumpetLindsay Low
  • ViolinVera Daucher
  • Vocals [Second], Guitar, Tambourine, Percussion [Eggs]Mary Hansen
  • Vocals, Tambourine, Organ [Vox, Mint's Organ], GuitarLætitia Sadier
  • Written-BySadier (tracks: A1 to D3), Gane (tracks: A1 to D4)


A small, circular white sticker on the cover reads "THIS DISK INCLUDES A FREE 7" COLOURED VINYL DISK"

Recorded spring '94 at Blackwing Studios, London. Mastered at Abbey Road.

"International Colouring Contest" is dedicated to Lucia Pamela.

The free 7" was available with approximately the first 2000 copies of the vinyl album (according to a Warp Records press sheet for Stereolab's "Aluminum Tunes" release).


Mars Audiac Quintet is the third studio album by English-French rock band Stereolab. It was released on 2 August 1994 in the United States by Elektra Records and on 8 August 1994 in the United Kingdom by Duophonic 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. Mars Audiac Quartet reached number 16 on the UK Albums Chart. The feel got lighter, the sound clearer, the French thicker, the structures more oriented towards pop songs than open-ended grooves Ping Pong , LEnfer Des Formes . By the time of 1994's Mars Audiac Quintet, Stereolab had already highlighted the rock and experimental sides of its music now the band concentrated on perfecting its space-age pop. Sweetly bouncy songs like Ping Pong and L' Enfer des Formes streamline the band's sound without sacrificing its essence track for track, this may be the group's most accessible, tightly written album. Mars Audiac Quintet. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Stereolab - Mars Audiac Quintet 1994. Stereolab - Three-Dee Melodie. Stereolab - Wow And Flutter. Stereolab - Transona Five. Stereolab - Des Etoleselectroniques. Stereolab - Ping Pong. Released August 8, 1994. Mars Audiac Quintet Tracklist. Three-Dee Melodie free to Stereolab Mars Audiac Quintet Three-Dee Melodie, Wow and Flutter and more. 15 tracks 66:57. Mars Audiac Quintet is the third 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. Genre: Art Pop. 30 albums for june: day 18. I cannot think of the last time an album over an hour just blitzed by the way this one did. Not at all to any detriment, the free flowing, pitch perfect way this album was crafted and paced is something that's utterly fucking insurmountable in comparison to most other albums released. It's meticulously placed together and ordered in a way that, maybe not obvious from the outset, always works together in a harmonious maelstrom of buzzing guitars and spacey, ambient. read more