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Best In Show

Grinspoon

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amazing!

i first heard these guys when i was in australia over this last summer and they are just freaking amazing! australia at its best!

OHMAN

my friend from perth sent me this cd, yeah its INCREDIBLE.

best in show

I have been following grinspoon for over 12 years,this cd has classic grinspoon like Black Friday,P.E.A.. newer songs like Lost Control,Hard Act to Follow.Grinspoon has always been able to hit you hard with rock or metal or punk. Wish they would come to States cause miss seeing them live. I hope they don't lose there edge change there sound to sell more records,or be played on top 40.Last cd they seem little soft.Still one of my fav. bands.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Australian punk/grunge/funk band Grinspoon hail from the North Coast of the State of New South Wales, an area noted for attracting an alternate lifestyle community to its rural seaside setting. Guitarist Pat Davern and bassist Joe Hansen met vocalist Phil Jamieson and drummer Kris Hopes in 1995 on jam night at the main hotel in Lismore, the major town in the area. They decided to form a band specifically to enter a national competition looking to unearth new music. The contest was the first of its...
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Best In Show, Grinspoon
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative
  • Released: Nov 06, 2005

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