The Great Subconscious Club

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The Great Subconscious Club
Studio album by K's Choice
Released September 27, 1994
Recorded 1994
Genre Alternative rock, folk rock
Length 37:01
Label Double T, 550
Producer Jean Blaute
K's Choice chronology
The Great Subconscious Club
(1994)
Paradise in Me
(1996)Paradise in Me1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Great Subconscious Club is the debut album of the Belgian band K's Choice recorded in 1994. It was originally produced under the name The Choice, but the band changed names. "Me Happy", "Breakfast", "I Smoke a Lot" and "The Ballad of Lea & Paul" were released as singles. The name of the album is taken from the lyrics to the song "Try To Get Some Sleep", the B-side of "I Smoke a Lot", which also appeared on the compilation Extra Cocoon. At this time the band merely existed out of Sarah and Gert Bettens, who were joined by others (who didn't return for any of the later albums of K's Choice).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Sarah and Gert Bettens.

No. Title Length
1. "Me Happy" 3:00
2. "Breakfast" 2:42
3. "I Smoke A Lot" 2:54
4. "Walk Away" 2:43
5. "Elegia" 4:03
6. "My Heart" 3:22
7. "I Wanna Meet The Man" 3:06
8. "What the Hell Is Love" 2:54
9. "I Will Return To You" 3:47
10. "The Ballad of Lea & Paul" 3:17
11. "Winter" 3:08
12. "Laughing As I Pray" 3:10

Personnel[edit]

Release details[edit]

Country Date Label Format Catalog
1994 Sony CD 66325
Cassette 66325
1995 Epic CD 474949

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