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Redneck Wonderland (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Redneck Wonderland (Vinyl)

$42.95

Redneck Wonderland (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.95

 

Redneck Wonderland is very much a response to the Australian political landscape of its time. With race and immigration issues dominant, then and today, Midnight Oil re-name Australia as something less than grand, Redneck Wonderland. Beneath the gun-toting kangaroo on the cover, you'll find a fortified, biting Midnight Oil. The title track is worth its weight in gold, while other stand-out moments include White Skin Black Heart and Safety Chain Blues. Fierce and true of heart, the Oils have never sounded better.

SIDE A
Redneck Wonderland
Concrete
Cemetery In My Mind
Comfortable Palce on the Couch
Safety Chain Blues
Return to Sender

SIDE B
Blot
The Great Gibber Plain
Seeing Is Believing
White Skin Black Heart
What Goes On
Drop in the Ocean
Place Without A Postcard (Vinyl)

Place Without A Postcard (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.95

 

Place Without a Postcard is the third studio album by Midnight Oil, which was released in November 1981 under Sprint Music.

Place without a Postcard peaked at No. 12 on the albums charts and related singles "Don’t Wanna be the One" (No. 40) and "Armistice Day" reached the Top 40 in Australia.

SIDE A
Don’t Wanna Be the One
Brave Faces
Armistice Day
Someone Else To Blame
Basement Flat

SIDE B
Written In the Heart
Burnie
Quinella Holiday
Loves on Sale
If Ned Kelly Was King
Lucky Country
Capricornia (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Capricornia (Vinyl)

$42.95

Capricornia (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.95

 

Released in 2002, Capricaornia saw Midnight Oil move to a stripped back sound, with acoustic and clean electric guitars dominating the sound of the album (Golden Age, Luritja Way, Under the Overpass), although some tracks (Too Much Sunshine, Mosquito March, Poets and Slaves) feature significant distorted guitars. These latter tracks also feature distorted vocals. The album also features a short piano solo track (A Crocodile Cries) in the middle of the record, the melody of which is reprised for the album closing Poets and Slaves.

The track Say Your Prayers, which appears on US version of the album and was one of the four new tracks on The Real Thing, has been included on this newly sequenced track listing, only for the vinyl release.

 

SIDE A
Golden Age
Too Much Sunshine
Capricornia
Lurijita Way
Tone Poem
A Crocodile Cries
Mosquito March

SIDE B
Say Your Prayers
Been Away Too Long
Under the Overpass
World That I See
Poets and Slaves
Red Sails In The Sunset (Vinyl)

Red Sails In The Sunset (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.99

Red Sails in the Sunset was released in October 1984 under the Columbia Records label. It was recorded and produced in Tokyo, Japan and is significant for becoming their first No. 1 album in Australia. The cover image, by Japanese artist Tsunehisa Kimura, depicts Sydney Harbour after a hypothetical nuclear strike. Some of its tracks were performed live in January 1985 at a Sydney Harbour Goat Island concert to celebrate radio station Triple J's 10th birthday.
Red Sails in the Sunset contains the only Midnight Oil tracks with lead vocals provided by their drummer Rob Hirst, "When the Generals Talk" and "Kosciusko". The album spawned two singles, "When the Generals Talk" and "Best of Both Worlds".

SIDE A
When The Generals Talk
Best Of Both Worlds
Sleep
Minutes To Midnight
Jimmy Sharman's Boxers
Bakerman

SIDE B
Who Can Stand In The Way
Kosciusko
Helps Me Helps You
Harrisburg
Bells And Horns In The Back Of Beyond
Shipyards Of New Zealand
Head Injuries (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Head Injuries (Vinyl)

$42.99

Head Injuries (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.99
Still recording on their own Powderworks label, Midnight Oil broke through to commercial success in their native Australia with their second album, Head Injuries, which, like their debut, was a record full of tightly arranged, furiously played and sung, fast-paced rock & roll numbers. Lead singer Peter Garrett, singing angry, sometimes politically oriented (but not, at least to international listeners, entirely clear) lyrics, took a backseat to the guitar work of Jim Moginie and Martin Rotsey and especially to the driving drumming of Rob Hirst. Head Injuries was a stirring collection that served notice Midnight Oil was ready to compete beyond the borders of Australia.

SIDE A
Cold Cold Change
Section 5 (Bus To Bondi)
Naked Flame
Back On The Borderline
Koala Sprint

SIDE B
No Reaction
Stand In Line
Profiteers
Is It Now?
Earth and Sun and Moon (Vinyl)

Earth and Sun and Moon (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.99
Produced with Nick Launay, Earth and Sun and Moon was released April 1993, and peaked at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
The single "Truganini" referenced multiple issues, including the 'last' Tasmanian Aboriginal, the treatment of indigenous artist Albert Namatjira, the Australian flag debate, and republicanism.
An album dear to many a heart, Earth and Sun and Moon is riff-laden and melodic, powerful and subtle, quintessentially Australian and universal. All at the same time. Behold the amazing “Renaissance Man”, “Outbreak Of Love” and the excellent title track “Earth and Sun and Moon”.

SIDE A
Feeding Frenzy
My Country
Renaissance Man
Earth and Sun and Moon
Truganini
Bushfire

SIDE B
Drums of Heaven
Outbreak of Love
In the Valley
Tell Me the Truth
Now or Never Land
Breathe (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Breathe (Vinyl)

$42.99

Breathe (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.99

 

Breathe sees Midnight Oil take a more subtle approach, without sacrificing any of the power that made them great. Country flavours dominate in “One Too Many Times”, while melody and rhythm meld in “Underwater”. The gorgeous “Surf’s Up Tonight” hints quietly at their roots, while other highlights include “Gravelrash”, “Time To Heal” and the mesmerising refrain of “Star Of Hope”. Country queen Emmylou Harris makes a guest appearance.

 

SIDE A
Underwater
Surf's Up Tonight
Common Ground
Time To Heal
Sins Of Omission
One Too Many Times

SIDE B
Star Of Hope
In The Rain
Bring On The Change
Home
E-Beat
Barest Degree
Gravelrash
Species Deceases (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Species Deceases (Vinyl)

$29.95

Species Deceases (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$29.95
180gm audiophile vinyl, 45RPM

Released in 1985 'Species Deceases' was Midnight Oil's second four-track EP.

Stand out tracks include "Progress" - a fine guitar anthem with tons of solid riffs, and "Hercules" - exciting dynamics, a nice singalong chorus, and even some backwards guitars on the fade.

Newly remastered for vinyl, 180gm audiophile vinyl, 45RPM

LP - SIDE A

Progress
Hercules
LP - SIDE B

Blossom and Blood
Pictures
Midnight Oil (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Midnight Oil (Vinyl)

$42.95

Midnight Oil (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.95
180gm audiophile vinyl

Already well on their way to becoming one of the best live acts this country has ever produced, Midnight Oil released their debut album on their own, newly-formed label, Powderworks, in 1978.

A kind of pre-politicised version of the Oils, some of the many mighty tracks include "Used And Abused" and the single "Run By Night". Only a hint of what was to come...

Newly remastered for vinyl, 180gm audiophile vinyl

LP - SIDE A

Powderworks
Head Over Heels
Dust
Used And Abused
LP - SIDE B

Surfing With A Spoon
Run By Night
Nothing Lost - Nothing Gained
Diesel And Dust (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Diesel And Dust (Vinyl)

$42.95

Diesel And Dust (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$42.95

 

180gm audiophile vinyl, in gatefold sleeve

Diesel and Dust' is the sixth studio album by Australian rock band Midnight Oil, first released in August 1987 by Spirit Music label under Columbia Records.

'Diesel and Dust' was produced by Warne Livesey and the band. It is a concept album about the struggles of Indigenous Australians and environmental causes, issues important to the band.

It drew inspiration from the Blackfella/Whitefella Tour of remote Indigenous communities with the Warumpi Band and Gondwanaland in 1986. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart for six weeks.

In 1989, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it No. 13 on their list of the 100 best albums of the 1980s. In October 2010 it was listed at No. 1 in the book 100 Best Australian Albums.

Newly remastered for vinyl, 180gm audiophile vinyl, in gatefold sleeve

LP - SIDE A

Beds Are Burning
Put Down That Weapon
Dreamworld
Arctic World
Warakurna
LP - SIDE B

The Dead Heart
Whoah
Bullroarer
Sell My Soul
Sometimes
Bird Noises (Vinyl)

Midnight Oil Bird Noises (Vinyl)

$29.99

Bird Noises (Vinyl)

by Midnight Oil
$29.99

 

180gm audiophile vinyl, 45RPM

Bird Noises' is Midnight Oil's first extended play, which was released on 24 November 1980 under the band's own independent label, Powderworks / Sprint Music.

'Bird Noises' reached the Top 30 on the Australian Singles Chart. The EP "continued the development heard on [their previous album], with 'No Time for Games' and 'I'm the Cure' being particularly impressive. It also boasted the anomalous, but delightful Shadows-like instrumental 'Wedding Cake Island'".

Newly remastered for vinyl, 180gm audiophile vinyl, 45RPM

LP - SIDE A

No Time For Games
Knife's Edge
LP - SIDE B

Wedding Cake Island
I'm The Cure
10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 (VINYL)

Midnight Oil 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 (VINYL)

$42.99

10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 (VINYL)

by Midnight Oil
$42.99
180gm Vinyl

This early Midnight Oil release contains many of the songs and stances which they would come to be identified with. A political album, the most unconservative Oils stomp their way through the incendiary "US Forces" and "Power And The Passion".

The intense “Short Memory" tells of their anti-war agenda, while Only the Strong remains one of their most potent tracks. Unbelievably excellent.

Newly remastered for vinyl, 180gm audiophile vinyl, in gatefold sleeve

LP - SIDE A

Outside World
Only The Strong
Short Memory
Read About It
Scream In Blue
LP - SIDE B

US Forces
Power And The Passion
Maralinga
Tin-Legs & Tin Mines
Somebody's Trying To Tell Me Something