The Clique (Texas band)

The Clique (Texas Band)

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The Clique are a late 1960s U.S. sunshine pop band from Beaumont, Texas, 90 miles east of Houston.

The group was centered around record producer/songwriter Gary Zekley, who often employed session musicians. Their self-titled album, The Clique (1969), released by White Whale Records, featured the singles "I'll Hold Out My Hand" and "Sugar on Sunday" which reached #45 and #22 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, respectively. "Sugar on Sunday" was a cover of a Tommy James song and its B-Side, "Superman", was covered by R.E.M. on their 1986 album Lifes Rich Pageant.

The Clique reached #177 on the Billboard Hot 200 album chart. A 1970 single, "Sparkle and Shine", reached #100; this song is included, along with six other added songs, on the 1998 re-release of The Clique put out by Varèse Sarabande.

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