The Vines, Jet , The Living End, Neon - Aussie Invasion USA Spring 2004 download album
The Living End is the debut studio album by Australian punk, rockabilly band The Living End, which was released on 12 October 1998. It was recorded at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne with Lindsay Gravina producing for Modular Recordings. The cover art, as described by front man Chris Cheney, is based on a photograph of a World War I all-female bomb factory. The album reached No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart and remained in the top 50 for 63 weeks.
The Aussie Invasion tour hit San Francisco's Warfield Theater in early April 2004 with a triple-punch from The Vines, Jet and the Living End. Mix spoke with the engineers about this leg of the tour, which carries a minimum of its own production. The next leg of the tour will invade clubs in Europe, followed by venues and festivals in the UK. Photo: Steve Jennings. While handling monitor duties for both The Vines and Jet is tricky in itself, adding different requirements into the pot hasn't fazed monitor engineer Justin Grealy. Jet is a dyed-in-the-wool guitar rock band who like to be driven along by their stage sound. They like loud kick and snare drum all around the stage, and as they sing some close three-part harmony, they need vocal clarity at high volumes and guitars to pitch to.
In early 2004, Jet teamed up with The Vines and The Living End on "the Aussie invasion" tour of US cities. A new Jet song not included on Get Born, called "Hold On", was featured on the Spider-Man 2 soundtrack that year. Cold Hard Bitch" from Get Born was used, and became the soundtrack to a frenetic scene of two CIA agents sprinting down a Hong Kong street, giving Jet further US exposure
Neon are a three-piece Australian rock band from Melbourne, Australia Contents. Their debut self-titled album was released in Australia in 2005 through Ivy League records, with its lead single making the Number 48 on the Australian singles charts in November 2004 Band members.
AUSSIE INVASION: The Vines, Jet, Living End and Neon play at 8 . next Sunday at the Warfield, 982 Market S. San Francisco. For more useless Australian facts go to ww. onvictcreations. 1. Bay Area parent in college scandal blocked from Mexico vacation.
The Living End is the eponymous debut album by Australian punk, rockabilly band The Living End, which was issued on 12 October 1998. The group had formed in 1994 in Melbourne by Chris Cheney on guitar and lead vocals, and Scott Owen on double bass and backing vocals. In 1996 they were joined by Travis Demsey on drums. In December 1999 The Living End was certified 4 Platinum by Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for shipment of 280,000 units. In October 2010 it was listed in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums. As of July 2012 it is the band's most commercially successful album.
The Living End, Maxeen and Jackson (or is that Jackson United now?) will be playing a week of shows together in California this March. After that tour The Living End will be playing The Aussie Invasion tour with fellow countrymen The Vines, Jet and Neon. 3/03 - Santa Barbara, CA - Velvet Jones 3/04 - San Francisco, CA - Slims 3/05 - Orangevale, CA - The Boardwalk 3/06 - Reno, NV - New Oasis 3/07 - Palo Alto, CA - The Edge 3/08 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction.
The Living End 03:30 on Friday, March 26, 2004. Posted by Archived posts. Everyone out there should check out The Living End! They& currently on tour with Jet and The Vines in the USA and have just released their new album Modern Artillery. They& an awesome punk/rockabilly band from Australia. This forum: Older: 2$/CD-VCD for any Rock& band Album!
In early 2004, Jet teamed up with The Vines and The Living End on "the Aussie invasion" tour of US cities. At the awards ceremony on 17 October 2004, Jet dominated the ceremony receiving six awards out of the seven nominations. Nic Cester also performed as part of supergroup The Wrights, featuring members of other Australian rock bands Spiderbait (Kram, drums), The Living End (Chris Cheney, guitar), Dallas Crane (Pat Bourke, bass) and You Am I /The Pictures (Davey Lane, guitar). The debut single from the band's second album Shine On, titled " Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is ", was released to radio on 7 August 2006.
The album featured contributions from Pat Smear and Dale Crover, the drummer for the Melvins. Former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon had also heard a copy of their demo tape and offered them a contract to release an EP on his Transcopic Records in 2004. The "A Man" EP featured a track from the Steve McDonald sessions "A Man" along with three of the demo recordings. Their debut self-titled album was released in Australia in July 2005 through Ivy League records, with its lead single making the top 50 of the Australian singles charts in November 2004. The band also signed an international record deal with V2 Records for international distribution in October. As of 2008, the members of Neon are