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Blind Eye - Hunters & Collectors - Ghost Nation (CD, Album)

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  1. Hunters And Collectors Ghost Nation Vinyl Following on from the commercial breakthroughs of Human Frailty and What’s A Few Men, Hunters & Collectors consolidated their success with ’s Ghost Nation.
  2. Blind Eye Blue Morning (Mark Seymour) Carry Me Courtship Of America Crime Of Passion Desert Where Her Heart Is Do You See What I See Dog Don't You Know Me (Mark Seymour) Drop In The Ocean Easy Edge of Nowhere Everything's On Fire Faraway Man Follow Me Ghost Nation Give Me A Reason Grindstone Gut Feeling Head Above Water Hear No Evil Higher.
  3. Mar 04,  · Hunters & Collectors Clipsal After Race Concert - Mar 4, Mar 04 Following concerts Hunters & Collectors Red Hot Summer Tour Bendigo - .
  4. Hunters & Collectors have the capacity to churn out great guitar-oriented songs with amiable choruses, as proven on Cut, but all that is left behind here. Mark Seymour 's weary vocals keep songs like "Blind Eye" and "Ghost Nation" from releasing their potential as uplifting rock tunes. Hunters & Collectors ' use of the French horn and trombones comes out flat, dragged down by milky guitar and goth-flavored 4/
  5. Hunters And Collectors Miscellaneous Dog Come around in the morning, and I come around at night Sniff it in the air in the morning light, yeah Here's love and the world well lost Learned how to bark and I learned how to bite When you start bleeding, you talk all night.
  6. Ghost Nation is the sixth studio album by Australian rock band, Hunters & Collectors. It was co-produced by the band with Clive Martin and issued on White/ Mushroom Records on 27 November It reached No. 10 on the ARIA Albums Chart, No. 29 in New Zealand and No. 31 in Sweden.
  7. Oct 14,  · Hunters and Collectors were one of the most original and distinctive Australian bands of their time. The early stuff, in particular, was powerful and innvoative, displaying a very strong Krautrock/funk influence; thumping percussion, pounding basslines, sharp horn .
  8. The Top 50 CD's of Symphony X-Paradise Lost (hands down the CD I went back to the most this year!) Epica-The Divine Conspiracy (stunning stuff, opened my eyes to the whole symphonic female fronted prog/power metal genre) Dimmu Borgir-In Sorte Diabolo (the first half of had me constantly playing this grandiose & heavy thing).

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