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1982’s 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 was Midnight Oil’s breakout release, thanks to “Read About It” and “Power and the Passion”, two galvanising tunes that take on social injustice and class warfare with storming, Clash-like power choruses. Sorrow and strength intersect throughout: on the circuitous guitars of “Short Memory”, the mournful piano balladry of “Scream in Blue” and the deconstructed reggae of “Maralinga”. Even in the raucous acoustic riffs of “US Forces”, delicate melancholy flows beneath the band’s burning rage.

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10 - 1 The Greatest

My personal favorite album of not only the Oils but my whole music collection from vinyl to digital! US Forces and Short Memory are up there with the best that the oils have to offer.

10 to 1

One of THE greatest Australian albums EVER. Forget talking about decades. Still stands strong.

10 to 1

Probably the best release the Oils made. Power and the Passion still commands attention today with its infectious groove and crazy Rob Hirst drum solo. I think in the solo he plays everything from fire extinguishers to fluro light tubes!!!! have a listen to " Maralinga " - one of the best!!


Formed: 1975 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Australia's Midnight Oil brought a new sense of political and social immediacy to pop music: not only did incendiary hits like "Beds Are Burning" and "Blue Sky Mine" bring global attention to the plight of, respectively, aboriginal settlers and impoverished workers, but the group also put its money where its mouth was -- in addition to mounting benefit performances for groups like Greenpeace and Save the Whales, frontman Peter Garrett even ran for the Australian Senate on the Nuclear Disarmament...
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10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 (Remastered), Midnight Oil
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