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The Blackeyed Susans

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Created in Perth, Australia, in early 1989, the countrified alternative rock and roll from the Blackeyed Susans obtained a U.S. local release with the middle-’90s, when American Information agreed upon the band to some contract. The very first lineup from the music group — vocalist/guitarist Rob Snarski, vocalist/guitarist David McComb (previously from the Triffids), drummer Alsy McDonald (also ex-the Triffids), bassist Phil Kakulas, and organist Ross Bolleter — released the EP Some Births Are Worse Than Murders in 1990 on Waterfront Information. The record topped the Australian indie graphs, and earned reviews that are positive from United kingdom music weeklies aswell. By 1991, nevertheless, a fresh lineup (Snarski and Kakulas plus guitarist Graham Lee, drummer Jim Light, and organist Warren Lee Ellis) documented the EP …Depends upon EVERYTHING YOU Mean By Appreciate. Following the 1992 Welcome Strangers record compiled the very first EP plus many B-sides, the Blackeyed Susans documented All Souls Alive to get a 1994 discharge on Frontier Information. By 1995’s Mouth area to Mouth, extra members Kiernan Container (piano) and Dan Luscombe (electric guitar) made an appearance. The band’s local cope with the American label noticed the discharge of Mouth area to Mouth area in March 1996.

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Music Songs Spin the Wheel, Smokin' Johnny Cash, State Trooper, Sleepwalk, A Curse on You, To Skin a Man, In the Pines, Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah, Oh No, Private Dancer, Ocean of You, Let's Live, She Hit Me, Summer Kisses, Winter Tears, Plastic Jesus, Dive for Your Memory, Glory Glory, I Found a Reason, The World We Knew, Mary Mac, I Threw It All Away, Dirty Water, The Shadow Of Her Smile, Every Gentle Soul, The Good Life Never Ends, Sweeter Deal, Lost Horizon, Enemy Mine, The End Of The World, Sheets of Rain, She Breathes In, This One Eats Souls, I Can't Find Your Pulse
Albums All Souls Alive, Dedicated to the Ones We Love, Welcome Stranger, Spin the Bottle, Mouth to Mouth, Hard Liquor, Soft Music, Some Night, Somewhere, Some Births are Worse than Murders, Anchor Me, Reveal Yourself 1989 – 2009, Close Your Eyes and See, Shangri-La, Depends on What You Mean by Love, La Mascara


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