If you bought the first six volumes of the Rock des Antipodes (deep respect!), you must have noticed that some big names of the Australian Rock were missing, for exclusivity or rights issues. With this seventh volume, we remedy this a little bit. The titles of Midnight Oil, Inxs, Icehouse, Split Enz and of course AC/DC are finally part of the family. More diverse than the first volumes, this compilation gives pride of place to Australian Rock in it's widest: from The Church to Rose Tattoo, from The Angels to Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus, the sweep of fifty years of Rock has been masterfully passed by more or less established bands. Groups entered the studio to record their versions (Ty Coates' Bombers, Red Dragon Blues) and rubbed shoulders with the cream of the crop (Grinspoon, The Living End, The Divinyls, volumes, this compilation gives pride of place to Australian Rock in it's widest: from The Church to Rose Tattoo, from The Angels to Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus, the sweep of fifty years of Rock has been masterfully passed by more or less established bands. Groups entered the studio to record their versions (Ty Coates' Bombers, Red Dragon Blues) and rubbed shoulders with the cream of the crop (Grinspoon, The Living End, The Divinyls, The Casanovas, Something For Kate, Lord). The punks of Bored!, The Spazzys and Mach Pelican also decant the versions of their elders while Rick Springfield and John Farnham come to add a note of sensitivity.
If you bought the first six volumes of the Rock des Antipodes (deep respect!), you must have noticed that some big names of the Australian Rock were missing, for exclusivity or rights issues. With this seventh volume, we remedy this a little bit. The titles of Midnight Oil, Inxs, Icehouse, Split Enz and of course AC/DC are finally part of the family. More diverse than the first volumes, this compilation gives pride of place to Australian Rock in it's widest: from The Church to Rose Tattoo, from The Angels to Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus, the sweep of fifty years of Rock has been masterfully passed by more or less established bands. Groups entered the studio to record their versions (Ty Coates' Bombers, Red Dragon Blues) and rubbed shoulders with the cream of the crop (Grinspoon, The Living End, The Divinyls, volumes, this compilation gives pride of place to Australian Rock in it's widest: from The Church to Rose Tattoo, from The Angels to Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus, the sweep of fifty years of Rock has been masterfully passed by more or less established bands. Groups entered the studio to record their versions (Ty Coates' Bombers, Red Dragon Blues) and rubbed shoulders with the cream of the crop (Grinspoon, The Living End, The Divinyls, The Casanovas, Something For Kate, Lord). The punks of Bored!, The Spazzys and Mach Pelican also decant the versions of their elders while Rick Springfield and John Farnham come to add a note of sensitivity.
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Rock Des Antipodes Volume 7 / Various (Uk)
Artist: Rock Des Antipodes Volume 7 / Various
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1. The Casanovas - Riff Raff
2. The Living End - Guitar Band
3. Frenzal Rhomb - The Dead Heart
4. Grinspoon - Don't Change
5. Lord - Touch The Fire
6. The Divinyls - I'll Make You Happy
7. Something For Kate - Dreamworld
8. Ty Coates' Bombers - Most People I Know Think That I'm Crazy
9. Rick Springfield - Under The Milky Way
10. John Farnham - Overkill
11. Bored! - Remedy
12. Mach Pelican - Am I Ever See You Again
13. The Spazzys - I Want You Back
14. Red Dragon Blues - Only Lonely
15. 28 Days - We Can't Be Beaten

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If you bought the first six volumes of the Rock des Antipodes (deep respect!), you must have noticed that some big names of the Australian Rock were missing, for exclusivity or rights issues. With this seventh volume, we remedy this a little bit. The titles of Midnight Oil, Inxs, Icehouse, Split Enz and of course AC/DC are finally part of the family. More diverse than the first volumes, this compilation gives pride of place to Australian Rock in it's widest: from The Church to Rose Tattoo, from The Angels to Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus, the sweep of fifty years of Rock has been masterfully passed by more or less established bands. Groups entered the studio to record their versions (Ty Coates' Bombers, Red Dragon Blues) and rubbed shoulders with the cream of the crop (Grinspoon, The Living End, The Divinyls, volumes, this compilation gives pride of place to Australian Rock in it's widest: from The Church to Rose Tattoo, from The Angels to Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus, the sweep of fifty years of Rock has been masterfully passed by more or less established bands. Groups entered the studio to record their versions (Ty Coates' Bombers, Red Dragon Blues) and rubbed shoulders with the cream of the crop (Grinspoon, The Living End, The Divinyls, The Casanovas, Something For Kate, Lord). The punks of Bored!, The Spazzys and Mach Pelican also decant the versions of their elders while Rick Springfield and John Farnham come to add a note of sensitivity.