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Brendan Long

  1. Brisbane, Australia
  2. Rock
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  1. Where There is Nothing
    by turnpike
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    In You I See the Future In You I See the Future
  2. Come Down From The Mountain
    by Sacred Shrines
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    Come Down From The Mountain Come Down From The Mountain
  3. Keys
    by Jazzus Lizard
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    My Own Urine My Own Urine
  4. Horn
    by Jazzus Lizard
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    Boilermaker Boilermaker
  5. Come Down From The Mountain
    by Sacred Shrines
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    Come Down From The Mountain Come Down From The Mountain
  6. The Cutaways
    by The Cutaways
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    Muscle In Muscle In
  7. Imagine you are Driving
    by James kenyon
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    The Motorbike Song The Motorbike Song
  8. The New Breed
    by Jeff Parker
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    Here Comes Ezra Here Comes Ezra
  9. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge
    by Mudhoney
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    Good Enough Good Enough
  10. Death of a Ladies Man
    by Greg Ashley
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    True Love Leaves No Traces True Love Leaves No Traces
  11. So Far To Travel, So Far To Go
    by The Woodland Hunters
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    If You Want To Wear That Crown If You Want To Wear That Crown
  12. Séance Fiction
    by Miles Brown
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    Space Cadet Space Cadet
  13. My Script
    by Kim Salmon
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    Destination Heartbreak Destination Heartbreak
  14. Dirt
    by The Stabs
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    Six Foot Rodent Six Foot Rodent
    As the poet sang: 'In my heart, there's a place called swampland'. I dig The Stabs not because their scuzzy swamp noise on 'Dirt' induces nostalgia for Antipodean grunge past, but because they are an epiphany, keeping alive that great tradition of noise and 'fuck youse' primal attitude. An essential album for those reared on Scientists and the earthiness of The Moodists.
  15. Dead Wood
    by The Stabs
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    No Hoper No Hoper
    'Dirt' displayed a band in contempt of the whole tedious recording process. It was a snotty raucous middle finger salute, and amen to that. 'Dead Wood' continues that contemptuous assault, though I detect an air of weariness. Perhaps it is the odour of cigarettes and alcohol in the air. American 'grunge' whined about losers. Australian swamp, as is the case here, testifies to the no hoper in the so-called Lucky Country. That, to me, makes The Stabs' brand of swamp true Australian punk. Amen.
  16. Back To Zero
    by The Night Terrors
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    Human Hair Human Hair
    Absolutely and awesomely original sounds that could only come from an Australian band. Moments like 'Blood And Bone' evoke the emotional and transcendental purity of Kraftwerk's 'Man Machine' album. Such ambition and vision is always a joy to experience.