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A Redder Shade Of Rust
October 12, 2018
℗ 2018 Peabody
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October 12, 2018
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The Murmur Years - The Best of Something For Kate 1996 - 2007
Something For Kate
The Cream & The Crock... The Best Of You Am I
You Am I
The Cream & The Crock is a music video compilation DVD by the rock band You Am I from 2003, containing all of their music videos up to and including the singles from Deliverance, as well as live footage, TV appearances, interviews, commentaries on the music videos and a specially-made documentary. It was released as a partner to the CD best-of compilation, The Cream & The Crock.
Slightly Odway is the debut studio album by Australian alternative rock band Jebediah. It was recorded between March and May 1997 at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne, with Neill King producing. Slightly Odway was released on 8 September 1997 by record label Murmur.
It peaked at number 7 on the ARIA Albums Chart, and appeared in the top 50 for non-consecutive runs totalling 54 weeks.
Dallas Crane is the fourth studio album by Australian rock band Dallas Crane. It was released in 2004 and was nominated for the ARIA Music Awards in the Best Rock Album category. It had a favorable critical reception, rated four stars by both The Age, which described it as sounding "like it was knocked off live over a boozy weekend", and the Sunday Herald Sun, which rated it "one of the most impressive rock albums of the past decade ... rivalling Face to Face, Big Bad Noise and Jaws of Life in the realm of Aussie classics". It earned 3½ stars from The Herald Sun and 7/10 by the Sun-Herald. It was ranked No.2 on a Sunday Herald Sun list of the best albums of 2004.
I'm Already Home
I'm Already Home is the debut studio album by Australian rock band Waikiki, released on 29 September 2002. The album reached number 43 in the ARIA Charts.
Lazy Highways is the fourth studio album by Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne indie band The Fauves. The album has been described as the band's Australiana-album.
The sleeve artwork is very similar in design to the Miles Davis album Bitches Brew.
Cox later said, "When we made Lazy Highways we knew it wouldn't do as well as Future Spa because we weren't interested in making Future Spa mark 2. Lazy Highways had too many quiet moments for the average mosher in the front row and our popularity went down accordingly." Newey added, "We played Future Spa on the road for so long, we did like 140 shows after its release. We were just exhausted and that's largely responsible for the mellower tone on this record. We didn't feel like cranking it up and going crazy."
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