The Living End, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Wunderbar is the eighth album by the Australian rock band The Living End, released on 28 September 2018. It was produced by Tobias Kuhn and is the band's first album recorded in Europe. Wunderbar Track listing.
The Living End’s eighth album, Wunderbar, isn’t an expansion into electronic sounds or a step into soft-rock crooning. It’s not needlessly baroque, or needlessly minimal. As lead singer and guitarist Chris Cheney told Spill Magazine, We’re not trying to re-write Dark Side of the Moon or anything. Instead, Wunderbar does what The Living End do best: straightforward, heart-pounding, guns blazing rock and roll. Drummer Andy Strachan insists that keeping the formula simple is the key to The Living End’s success: We still get off on playing live and giving 100%, he says, We still try to write.
The Living End. ALBUM TITLE: Wunderbar. RELEASE DATE: 28th September 2018. RECORD LABEL: Warner Music. The Living End are firmly ingrained as one of our country’s best live acts – heck, I’ve seen them 21 times and they never disappoint. Just like they did with White Noise a decade ago, The Living End have opened Aussie rock fans’ eyes and ears again, and fittingly produced their best and most satisfying effort since that release. It also brings plenty of optimism to see how some of these blistering new tracks will fit into the mix of their already-blistering live shows.
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Artist: The Living End Album: Wunderbar Genre: Punkabilly Country: Australia Released: 2018 Format: MP3 CBR 320 kbps. If you are having trouble downloading the album, try turning off Adblock, or try another browser. Relentless - A Loving Memory.
The Living End are not one of them. The pummelling backbeat, rockabilly rhetoric, and ferocious choruses are still threaded through the band’s DNA, but what’s new is their appreciation of what they have to offer. Part of the momentum carried through Wunderbar’s creation stems from Cheney’s reaction to the previous Living End album, 2015’s Shift. That was definitely a dark time, but I came out of that feeling creatively inspired.
The discography of The Living End, an Australian punk rock and psychobilly group, consists of seven studio albums, twenty-three singles, six extended plays (EPs), four video albums and three compilation albums. Chris Cheney, Scott Owen and Joe Piripitzi formed The Living End in 1994; their debut release was Hellbound, an eight-track EP, in 1995
|A1||Don't Lose It|
|A2||Not Like The Other Boys|
|A4||Death Of The American Dream|
|A5||Drop The Needle|
|A6||Love Won't Wait|
|B3||Too Young To Die|
|B4||Wake Up The Vampires|
|B5||Rat In A Trap|
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