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Wild Strawberries
Genres: Alternative Rock, New Age, Pop, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Wild Strawberries
Title: Quiver
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Nettwerk Records
Original Release Date: 2/10/1998
Release Date: 2/10/1998
Genres: Alternative Rock, New Age, Pop, Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 067003011921

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Excellent Music from and Excellent Band
gemini_j | Canada | 09/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"QUIVER is Wild Strawberries, a Canadian band, their first album since 1996's HEROINE which propelled the hits Heroine and I Don't Want To Think About It. They get better with each album, and I have to say QUIVER is definately my favorite. There's definately a mood on the album, and it is perfectly conveyed through Roberta Carter's unique voice. Once again there are a variety of musicians added to the mix, but its done well, its done right. Some highlights from the album include 32, Trampoline, Gotta Go, Minions, I Guess I'm Amused and You Could Be So Cold, although they are all excellent songs. Give Wild Strawberries a try, they are in a way like Bjork in some ways, also very Portishead like, but they are original in their own sense, there is no one else like them. Give QUIVER a try!!"
Underrated Talent
J. M. Zuurbier | Canada | 09/19/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Canadian band Wild Strawberries is one of the most underrated groups around. Their music is simply irresistible. The group consists of Roberta Carter Harrison who does vocals, and Ken Harrison who is behind the synthesizers, Ashwin Sood on drums percussion and background vocals, Brian Minato who is on bass electric and acoustic guitars, Sean Ashby who is one electric and acoustic guitars, Paul Brennan & Chris Lamont (drums on different songs on this album), Sean Kelly on acoustic on some songs, Craig McConnell on acetone on some songs and Enuice Harrison on piano one some songs.Just by listing those musicians tells you abit about the band. They like to switch it up a bit and keep the music fresh with lots of musicians. Their sound is very original, and powered by Roberta's beautiful voice which is simply breathtaking. The music on QUIVER is that of a type of electronica, while remaining a bit alternative at the same time. The synthesizers add nicely to the mix. The highlights on the album are Trampoline, You Could Be So Cold, 32, Not Going To Cry, Pretty Lip and more. If you are keen on music that is a bit experimental and original, give this Canadian band a try. They remind me of Bjork actually quite a bit, as pointed out by one of the reviewers. QUIVER is an excellent album, and Wild Strawberries are a great band, give this one a try and see what I mean, you won't regret it."
Bjork gone Canada
J. M. Zuurbier | 12/14/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Both this album and Heroine are excellent. The instrumention, sound and mix are something like Bjork - modern, clever, sophisticated - but where Bjork would go operatic, the Wild Strawberries have gone '60s black-girl electro-pop. A lot of quirky character in the music and a lot of fun. A truly great electro-pop band."