|3||Twenty Five (Kane Was A Curse)|
|4||Need Your Love|
|7||Cold To The Core|
|8||Played To Death|
|10||Won't Somebody Please|
|11||You Don't Need Me|
Mouth-watering electronic indie pop tracks such as 'Carousel' and 'Need Your Love' blend effortlessly with the wiry rock of 'Played To Death' the haunting 8-bit electro of 'Cold To The Core' and the ingenious ode to Orson Welles, 'Twenty Five (Kane Was A Curse)'.
Following abundant critical praise for their debut single 'Carousel'/ 'Played To Death', Clone Quartet release their debut album Well-Oiled Machine through the Smalltown America & Tigertrap Records partnership. Available in a beautiful, limited edition, bespoke, 'rip'n'fold' Digipack. Founded in Belfast by singer/multi-instrumentalist Andy Henry; Clone Quartet found its current form by January 2006. This year the band have played support to such luminaries as The Rapture, CSS and Uffie; recorded a Radio 1 session for Rory McConnell; been featured guests on the Phil Jupitus Breakfast Show (6 Music); undertaken their first UK tour in July and performed the aforementioned 'Carousel' live on BBC TV's Across The Line music show. The band has also received acclaim for their collaboration with Turner Prize nominated performance artist Tomoko Takahashi.
"They've been through so many possibilities, but Clone Quartet have taken a wide tangent, back to the song, to the squelchy emotions, the fuzz and the fever. Sometimes we worried that they would never return home, that they'd be forever abstract or merely odd. But the adventures have been worth the chase because Clone Quartet have brought loads of savvy and style to their first album." - BBC Across The Line
"In short, into this Well Oil Machine they put: electronic + fab vocals + some screaming + catchy tunes + noise = Sheer and utter genius." - iShotTheDeputy