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February 2, 1990
℗ 2002 Volition Music
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February 2, 1990
℗ 2002 Volition Music
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Using My Gills as a Roadmap
Using My Gills as a Roadmap is the seventh album by Australian rock band Died Pretty. The album, their second working with producer Wayne Connolly, was released in 1998.
Guitarist and co-songwriter Brett Myers said the album marked a return to more experimental work, with little concern about the potential for radio airplay. "We all made a conscious decision to do something different with this album that we hadn't done before," he said. "We wanted to make songs that didn't have such rigid structures and to get away from the pop groove we'd fallen into a bit in the past."
He said the album was also the one the band had taken most charge of in the production process. "It's a hell of a lot more work—we couldn't lounge around and relax as much. In the end, it's ultimately more rewarding, though. With the stuff on this album, we were so secure with what we wanted to do. I knew the sounds I wanted to create, I had a good idea about what I wanted to get. We ended up writing the songs around the sounds. We listened to lots of late '70s music like Bowie's Low and "Heroes"—especially the second sides, with the really long instrumental passages.
Night of the Wolverine (Expanded Edition)
Dave Graney and the Coral Snakes
Night of the Wolverine is the third album by Dave Graney 'n' the Coral Snakes. The album was released in April 1993 on Mercury Records. With Graney on vocals, the Coral Snakes line-up included his wife Clare Moore on drums and percussion; Robin Casinader on keyboards, violin and mandolin; Rob Hayward on lead guitar; and Andrew Picouleau on bass guitar. Tex Perkins of tour mates, The Cruel Sea, guested on lead vocals for "Night of the Wolverine II" with Amanda Mitchell on backing vocals. The title track and "You're Just Too Hip, Baby" reached No. 48 and No. 59, respectively, on Triple J's Hottest 100 for 1993. Night of the Wolverine earned an ARIA Award nomination for 'Best Alternative Release' at the 1994 ARIA Music Awards.
Wonderful Things: Retrospective is a two-CD compilation album by Australian indie rock/electronic band Underground Lovers, released in 2001. The album is a 30-track retrospective spanning their entire recording career: while the first disc contains album tracks from Leaves Me Blind to Cold Feeling, the second contains tracks from CD singles and EPs including a 1990 vinyl single.
The album includes a previously unreleased Japanese-language version of "Holiday"—a song originally on Leaves Me Blind—and also has three remixes of Underground Lovers album tracks. One of those remixes, "Losin' Brunehilda", featured remixing, additional production and rhythm and keyboard programming by Robert Goodge, a former member of Melbourne electronica band Essendon Airport, while "Your Eyes Remix" was remixed by Goodge and former bandmate David Chesworth, with both also sharing rhythm and keyboard programming credits. "Rushall Station Remix", which also credited Goodge for samples and programming, was remixed by dance production duo Sonic Animation—Rupert Keiller and Adrian Cartwright.
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