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Described as a “must-have for every Australian music fan”, ‘Sound As Ever: A Celebration of the Greatest Decade in Australian Music (1990-1999)’ will launch on September 1, packed with never-before-seen photos and archives from the time and never-before-told stories about the songs, bands, festivals and break-ups from the artists and industry folk who were there. Ahead of its highly anticipated release, authors Jane Gazzo and Andrew P Street share exclusive extracts with The Music.
The people have spoken.
'Nasser you've really done yourself a favour.'
The national tour rolls around once again in February and March.
“There is a new spark, it feels good again and it sounds better than ever!”
"Proving that great music is timeless, there was barely a whiff of nostalgia to the night."
"the crowd looks like some weird high school reunion featuring all the long-haired stoner kids from every school"
"There was a lot of international pressure for us to record an album that was a decent sort of attempt at a grunge hit"
They're bringing out a 'SuperGalactaphonic' reissue and tour
Brisbane horror festival adds bands like Tumbleweed, Lord and Walken