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classic

This album is a must for any oz music fan. These guys are stayers!!!!

A collection of great RAWK songs

I picked this album up as soon as it was in the shops. No need to hear it first. I already had the other albums. I wanted this badly. Seeing them for the first time in 1994, I was hoping that they would stay around. I loved their earlier work. Shashavaglava was amazing. I have gotten over the whole reverse chronological thing and each song is a memory of when I first heard it. If you are not an oldschool fan, buy this album to get a taste of where the band have come from. Also get the iTunes exclusive Spiderbait album. Heaps of interviews mixed in with the songs. An awesome listen. Thanks Spiderbait for staying true. You rock.

Unbelievable

This is such a good album, if you don't like Spiderbait then you must a pretty good reason not to! 'Black Betty' Rocks!

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Three-piece thrash pop group Spiderbait are one of Australia's most distinctive and popular bands of the '90s and 2000s, a group that almost has to be seen live to appreciate their uniqueness. Drummer Mark Maher (or "Kram") is the group's main vocalist. His drums are never set up on a rise, but sit on an equal level with the other bandmembers,...
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