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Earth and Sun and Moon by Midnight Oil (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Feeding Frenzy

Earth and Sun and Moon by Midnight Oil (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Feeding Frenzy



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Additional Information about Earth and Sun and Moon by Midnight Oil (CD, Apr-1993, Columbia (USA))
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Album Features
UPC: 074645379326
Artist: Midnight Oil
Format: CD
Release Year: 1993
Record Label: Columbia (USA)
Genre: Alternative, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Feeding Frenzy
2. My Country
3. Renaissance Man
4. Earth and Sun and Moon
5. Truganini
6. Bushfire
7. Drums of Heaven
8. Outbreak of Love
9. In the Valley
10. Tell Me the Truth
11. Now or Never Land

Playing Time: 54 min.
Producer: Midnight Oil, Nick Launay
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Midnight Oil: Peter Garrett (vocals, harmonica), Jim Moginie (guitar, keyboards, background vocals), Martin Rotsey (guitar), Bones Hillman (bass, background vocals), Rob Hirst (drums, background vocals).All songs written by members of Midnight Oil.Personnel: Jim Moginie (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Peter Garrett (vocals, harmonica); Rob Hirst (vocals, drums); Bones Hillman, Dwayne "Bones" Hillman (vocals); Martin Rotsey (guitar).Audio Mixer: Nick Launay.If Earth and Sun and Moon isn't Midnight Oil's best effort, it's certainly close. The band still sticks to themes that are close to its heart -- the environment, native peoples, and other social causes -- but rarely has it managed to fashion an album full of songs that are as musically intoxicating as on this 1993 release. "My Country" is full of jangling guitars and keyboards; the punchy title track has an infectious singalong harmony; and "Bushfire" adds some mean wah-wah guitar. The Oils managed to score some radio play on AOR and modern rock stations with the bracing "Truganini," the dramatic, piano-tinged rocker "Drums of Heaven," and the grinding shuffle of "Outbreak of Love." A satisfying release for longtime fans and new converts alike. ~ Tom Demalon



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