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Chimney's Afire

Josh Pyke

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Yeah

mate, this is a truly beautifuly composed album. great songs, great lyrics, great everything tip top album best songs include: The summer, Eat Me Alive, Chimney's Afire, and basically the rest of the album good buy

A keeper

I had high expectations of this album, as the release date grew closer my excitment grew. Once again, Josh surpassed my expectations, Chimney's Afire is fantastic, don't just download one or two songs, download them all and you'll find it's too hard to choose a favourite on this album.

Enchanting delight

This album is an enchanting delight; Josh Pyke again has delivered a beautiful complication of his best work. Josh Pyke's music makes me smile, it makes me reminisce- he truly has a gift.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Josh Pyke hails from Australia, where he came onto the indie scene in 2005 with the release of his debut, Recordings 2003-2005. The album produced two hit radio tunes, "Middle of the Hill," which was voted number 19 on the Triple J Hottest 100 list for 2005, and "Private Education," which came in at number 57 on the same list a year later. Having made waves on the important indie/underground fan-created list, Pyke was signed to Australian label Ivy League Records in 2005. His first...
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