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Rob Hirst and Sean Sennett - Crashing The Same Car Twice (2015)

23-09-2015, 11:40
Rock | FLAC / APE

Rob Hirst and Sean Sennett - Crashing The Same Car Twice (2015)

Artist: Rob Hirst and Sean Sennett
Album: Crashing The Same Car Twice
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Sony Music Entertainment Australia
Genre: Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 00:31:24
Total Size: 104 mb | 228 mb


01. When Darkness Comes
02. Call To Arms
03. Who's Sorry Now?
04. Crashing The Same Car Twice
05. The Thing That Gets Me Down Is The Boredom
06. White Phosphor Fireworks
07. Beautiful Girl (She Sleeps On Her Breath)
08. B Is For Bright Light
09. Jane Asher Said
10. You Don't Know Me

Crashing The Same Car Twice is the debut album from Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil) and Sean Sennett. The pair met a hundred years ago at a songwriters workshop on a mountain in Victoria. They had dinner that night and wrote a song together the next day. Every once in a while they would reconnect, usually near a beach, and write more songs. Essentially a garage rock album, Crashing The Same Car Twice, was recorded over the course of a long hot summer in Brisbane. The songs are intense and urgent. Immediate highlights include the first single, ‘When Darkness Comes’, ‘White Phosphor Fireworks’ (which sounds like a lost Midnight Oil classic), ‘Beautiful Girl (She Sleeps On Her Breath)’ and the collaboration with Radio Birdman’s Deniz Tek, ‘Call To Arms’. Hirst, apart from being an incendiary drummer, has previous co-written songs that are now part of Australia’s cultural fabric: ‘Beds Are Burning’, ‘When The Generals Talk’, ‘Someone’s Singing New York, New York’ and ‘The Dead Heart’. Sennett is best known for the ABC staple ‘Lost And Found’ and the Triple J favourite ‘You Broke My Heart At The Big Day Out’.

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