Superette (band)

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Superette
Origin New Zealand
Genres Indie rock
Labels Flying Nun Records
Associated acts Jean-Paul Sartre Experience

The Superette, were an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun Records.

History[edit]

The band was formed in 1993 in Auckland, New Zealand by members of Jean-Paul Sartre Experience and Fang Ben Howe, Dave Mulcahy, Greta Anderson.[1]

Discography[1][edit]

Albums[edit]

EP[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Killer Clown (1995 - 7" - Flying Nun Records – FN326)
  • Touch Me (1996 - CD Maxi-Single - Festival Records – D 1280)
  • Touch Me / Anything (1996 - 7" - Flying Nun Records – FN362)

Compilation appearances[edit]

The group have appeared on some compilations. The following is a list of these albums that have featured tracks by the Superette.

  • 15 (1995 - Flying Nun Records - FNCD377)
  • The Sound Is Out There (1995 - Flying Nun Records – FNCD334, Festival Records - D 1168)
  • Abbasalutely (1995 - Flying Nun Records - FN315)
  • Pop Eyed (1996 - Flying Nun Records - FNCD395)
  • Topless Women Talk About Their Lives (1997 - Flying Nun Records - FNCD402)
  • How Much For Trade? (1998 - Flying Nun Records - TRADEME1)
  • Flying Nun 25th Anniversary Box Set (2006 - Flying Nun Records - FNCD500)

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