Similar however you like to Lifeless Can Dance, Cocteau Twins, and Bel Canto — female-fronted alternate rings with prominent modern influences — Australia’s Solitary Weapon Theory were shaped in the middle-’80s by Jacqui Hunt, Kath Power, and Pete Rivett-Carnac. The trio’s 1st recording, Exorcise This Wasteland, premiered in Australia in 1987. Later on that year, Solitary Gun Theory obtained a cope with the Canadian label Nettwerk, which released the LP that November. The music group spent four years focusing on a follow-up, and in 1991 released Millions Like Celebrities in My Hands, Darkly Glowing. After yet another record for Nettwerk, Burning up Bright (But Unseen), the group agreed upon to IRS for 1994’s Stream, River of My Spirit.
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|The Monkey's Mask||2000||writer: "Illusion film mix" - as K. Power|
|Reckless Kelly||1993||performer: "From A Million Miles" / writer: "From A Million Miles"|
|The Monkey's Mask||2000||music arranger - as Single Gun Theory / music producer - as Single Gun Theory|
|The Monkey's Mask||2000||as Single Gun Theory|
|Weird U.S.||2005||TV Series documentary production intern - 1 episode|
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