The Clint Boon Experience

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The Clint Boon Experience (stylised as The Clint Boon Experience!), also known as CBX, are an English alternative rock band formed by Clint Boon after Inspiral Carpets disbanded in the mid 1990s. They released two albums: The Compact Guide to Pop Music and Space Travel and Life in Transition, under the independent record label, Artful Records.

The band[edit]

  • Clint Boon - keyboards (Farfisa), lead vocals
  • Matt Hayden - guitar
  • Richard Stubbs - bass guitar
  • Tony Thompson - drums and percussion
  • Kathryn Stubbs - trumpet

Also guest appearances for:

  • Alfie Boe (Opera dude) - extra vocals
  • Sara Cluderay (Opera chick) - extra vocals
  • Fran Healy - guest vocalist on "Do What You Do (The Earworm Song)"

Boe performed vocals on both albums, and a number of the singles. Cluderay toured regularly with the band, and performed extra vocals on the single version of "The Biggest Horizon".

In addition he has members of his family perform on his albums, in particular his former wife Meagan, plus a few spoken words from his daughter.


Studio albums[edit]


  • 1999 "Only One Way I Can Go"
  • 1999 "Comet Theme No.1"
  • 1999 "You Can't Keep a Good Man Down"
  • 1999 "White No Sugar" UK No. 61
  • 2000 "Biggest Horizon" UK No. 70
  • 2000 "Do What You Do (Earworm Song)" UK No. 63[1]


  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 71. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.