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The Clique - Sugar On Sunday

The Clique - Sugar On Sunday
Sugar On Sunday
The Clique
Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
MP3 album size:
1469 mb
FLAC album size:
2066 mb
London Records


1Sugar On Sunday
Engineer – Sandy Lehmann-HapiWritten-By – M. Vale, T. James
Written-By – G. Zekley, M. Bottler


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WW 323The Clique Sugar On Sunday ‎(7", Single, Ter)White WhaleWW 323US1969
MO 708The Clique Sugar On Sunday ‎(7")London RecordsMO 708Spain1969
HL-8899The Clique Sugar On Sunday ‎(7", Promo)London RecordsHL-8899Australia1969
MO 708The Clique Sugar On Sunday ‎(7", Promo)London RecordsMO 708Spain1969
D-2588The Cliques Sugar On Sunday / Superman ‎(7", Single, RE)Goldies 45D-2588US1973


  • ProducerGary Zekley



The entire album from a group who is mostly know as a one hit wonder. Not a bad listen, if I say so myself. Doesn't matter if you're a fan of Bubblegum one from their CD Sugar On Sunday: The Definitive Collection. Sugar On Sunday. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sugar On Sunday by Texas band The Clique from free to The Clique Sugar On Sunday: The Definitive Collection Sugar On Sunday, My Darkest Hour and more. 21 tracks 55:08. Play album. Get album. Add artwork. There are 7 groups called The Clique: 1. Australian duo that consists of singers Jacinta Gulisano and Jordan Rodrigues. Both were members of X Factor Australia-formed group Third D3gree 2. A dark 80s group from Israel &q read more. Sugar on Sunday. Tommy James, Mike Vale. The Clique. My Darkest Hour. Mitchell Bottler, Gary Zekley. Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb. Features Song Lyrics for The Clique's Sugar on Sunday: The Definitive Collection album. The Clique - Sugar On Sunday: The Definitive Collection Album. Artist: The Clique. Album: Sugar On Sunday: The Definitive Collection. The Clique - The Clique. Album: The Clique, 1998. Has been played on. United States 5. WISL-AM 1480. Recorded in 1969, the Cliques Superman bursts with intricately overlaid harmonies on the choruses, a spunky arrangement that owes a lot more to the garage bands from several years earlier than the year it was cut, and a sunshine vibe embodying the best 1960s pop. It was also the only song which the Clique actually played on its lone 1969 album, but it was by no means the only highlight in the bunch. Cut with the able assistance of session men like Hal Blaine and Leon Russell, the album is a consistently rewarding effort that has to rank among the best bubblegum pop albums of its time