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Welcome Stranger

The Blackeyed Susans

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Greatest Album OF All Time

This would have to be my favourite album i have ever owned. I am lucky enough to still own on CD. Have seen the CD sell on E-bay for $50+ Aus. Great it is now available to all through iTunes. The late Dave McComb was the greatest Australian song writer there has ever been and with Rob Snarski's smooth vocals you can't go wrong. Enjoy!!!!

Classic Australian Album

I've been after this album for quite some time now. My vinyl copy bit the dust long ago. Vocals are shared between the velvety Rob Snarski and the late great David McComb, who penned quite a few of these tracks. Ocean of You is worth the price of admission alone. It's that good. Enemy Mine, Trouble and a cover of The Triffids classic In The Pines are also noteworthy. It is shameful that this album is not even available on CD.

Biography

Formed: 1989

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Formed in Perth, Australia, in early 1989, the countrified alternative rock of the Blackeyed Susans gained a U.S. domestic release by the mid-'90s, when American Records signed the band to a contract. The first lineup of the band — vocalist/guitarist Rob Snarski, vocalist/guitarist David McComb (formerly of the Triffids), drummer Alsy McDonald (also ex-the Triffids), bassist Phil Kakulas, and organist Ross Bolleter — released the EP Some Births Are Worse Than Murders in 1990 on Waterfront...
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Welcome Stranger, The Blackeyed Susans
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  • $13.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 18 November 2009

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