An Australian Reggae band that was mainly based in Melbourne Australia
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No Fixed Address is the eighth studio album by Canadian rock band Nickelback released on November 14, 2014 via Republic Records. The album is preceded by the lead single "Edge of a Revolution", which was released on August 18, 2014. This is the band's first and most likely only release on Republic Records, after leaving long-time record label Roadrunner Records in 2013, and then leaving Republic for BMG before the release of their ninth album, Feed the Machine, in 2017.
No Fixed Address were not just talented musicians with a cool sound. Their lyrics dramatically changed the Australian music landscape, where strong songs about human rights, Indigenous welfare, racism, oppression and Australia’s shameful history were broadcast on mainstream channels. This was just shy of a time when non-Indigenous Australians were unaware of the Stolen Generations or forced labor of Aboriginal children, and public schools were teaching students that Indigenous Australians will soon become extinct. After the band were contracted to Rough Diamond Records, they released their debut album, From My Eyes was launched at the Hilton Hotel by none other than the Australian Prime Minister at the time, Bob Hawke. They exposed the treatment of modern Aboriginal people.
No Fixed Address is an Australian Aboriginal reggae group formed in 1978. Led by drummer and vocalist, Bart Willoughby, the band supported Peter Tosh on his 1982 Australian tour. The band coalesced at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music in North Adelaide. The band were a very popular pub rock outfit among students and the alternative music scene, especially supported by community radio station 5MMM.
You never close your eyes anymore when I kiss your lips And there's no tenderness like before in your fingertips You're trying hard not to show it, (baby) But baby, baby I know i. .Now there's no welcome look in your eyes when I reach for you And now you're starting to criticize the things I do It makes me just feel like crying (baby) 'Cause baby, something beautiful's dying .
Album · 1981 · 12 Songs. 4. Black Mans Rights. 5. Greenhouse Holiday. 6. The Vision (alt version).
|1||We Have Survived||4:40|
|2||From My Eyes||2:35|
|4||I Can't Stand And Look||4:35|
- Bass – Joe Hayes
- Drums, Vocals – Bart Willoughby
- Guitar – Chris Jones , Les Graham
- Percussion, Didgeridoo – Billy Inda
- Producer – David Briggs
- Vocals, Percussion, Didgeridoo – Joe Geia
NotesRecorded At The Production Workshop, Melbourne, March, 1982
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