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Customer Reviews


Brisbane music comes of age: Ben Salter's You Me and the Sea. First truly rich, mature Brisbane band.


This is a really good album. and im not just sayin that cuz my cousin is in the band but because they can sing REALLY Well. my fav songs are Ten Paces Away and Minnesota. Buy it and you wont Regret it!!

Junk - not likely

An incredibly ambitious release this double album will reward the patient listener. With 26 tracks you really have to give this album time to win you over. It is certainly worth the effort. My fave tracks are Ten Paces Away, Something Rotten (featuring Tim Rogers on vocals), White Smoke Black Hearts and Brother. This has to be the strongest album I've come across all year.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active:

Between leading rock band the Giants of Science and performing solo, Ben Salter hosted a weekly open-mike night with his friend Ben Tuite at an Irish pub in Brisbane named Mick O'Malleys. There they met and befriended a wide variety of the city's talented musicians and eventually came to the conclusion that, rather than competing with each other over concert venues, they would do better to combine forces like a '70s supergroup, hip-hop crew, or Japanese giant robot cartoon. The resulting band was...
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Junk, The Gin Club
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Country
  • Released: 01 April 2008

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