13 Songs, 44 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

193 Ratings
193 Ratings

Really good...

Digital Dave65

Wondering where these guys went... looks like they went and wrote some killer tunes dude!

***It's a rock and roll knockout***

Road Lizard

Some of the best rock I've heard in years. Airbourne hits you in the face like a Mike Tyson hook punch. Thanks Road Lizard

Best rock n roll u can get these days


I don't know how anybody that likes rock n roll could not love the sound of this band the instant your ear hears the first note! The songs have been engineered extremely well to produce a balanced and well rounded sound. I have the pleasure of rolling around in my car listening to these guys through high end speakers and a pr of 12" woofers and they have as many thunderous sounds as another all time fave AC/DC has. However, these guys are young and current making them my favorite rock band of all. The only bummer is that 2yrs later I still can't pinpoint a time when they will be performing within 1k miles of where I live. That really blows! Is it May 21st yet???

About Airbourne

Airbourne are a straightforward rock band in the Aussie pub rock tradition of AC/DC, the Angels, and Rose Tattoo: four guys with beers in hand who would rather die than be caught wearing a pink shirt. The brothers Joel and Ryan O'Keeffe grew up in the country town of Warrnambool, with a collection of classic Australian rock albums stolen from their uncle. When everyone around them was listening to contemporary music, they were firmly entrenched in the music of the '70s and '80s they longed to re-create. Joel took on vocals and lead guitar and Ryan played drums while still in school, earning them the enmity of their neighbors, who sent the police around with noise complaints multiple times. Second guitarist David Roads was sourced from the local pub, where Joel O'Keeffe worked. Bass player Justin Street was encountered in the town's sand dunes by Ryan O'Keeffe while drunkenly rolling down them, and with his addition Airbourne were complete. The four soon moved to the city of Melbourne to find venues willing to accept them.

Steadily playing, they put out a self-financed EP called Ready to Rock in 2004. Hard work paid off with support slots for acts including the Rolling Stones and Mötley Crüe, and a billing at the Big Day Out festival in 2006. That year they were invited to the U.S. by Capitol Records to record their debut album, Runnin' Wild, with producer Bob Marlette. When Capitol merged with Virgin they were one of several artists dropped, though they managed to quickly sign a new contract with Roadrunner Records and secure a worldwide release for the album, which proved popular with video game producers who licensed songs for use in the games NHL 08, Madden NFL 08, and Skate. The band released its spirited sophomore album, No Guts. No Glory., in 2010, and set off to do a stint on tour with Iron Maiden the following year. A third album, Black Dog Barking, arrived in 2013, followed in 2016 by Breakin' Outta Hell, the latter of which was released via Spinefarm. 2017 saw the band celebrating the tenth anniversary of the release of their debut album, Runnin' Wild. The album box set and B-sides collection, Diamond Cuts, was released at the end of the year. ~ Jody Macgregor

Warrnambool, Australia




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