Men At Work's official music video for 'Down Under'.
Business as Usual is the debut studio album by Australian new wave band Men at Work, which was released in November 1981 in Australia, and April 1982 in the United States. It spent nine weeks at the top of the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart from December 1981 through to March 1982. The Australian version had a black and white cover design; overseas releases had a similar design, but in a black and yellow colour scheme.
Men at Work recorded the first version of "Down Under" in 1980 in Melbourne and released it independently as the B-side to a forgettable song called "Keypunch Operator. They released it on a label they called .
Produced by Peter McIan. Album Business as Usual. I come from a land down under Where beer does flow and men chunder Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover, yeah. Lyin' in a den in Bombay With a slack jaw, and not much to say I said to the man, "Are you trying to tempt me Because I come from the land of plenty?" And he said.
Men At Work's official music video for 'Down Under'. As featured on Contraband: The Best of Men At Work.
Song: Down Under Artist: Men at Work Album: Business as Usual (1981) Bassist: John Rees Tabbed by LoudLon for Big BassTabs. Standard tuning (EADG). LEGEND: r rest, slide up slide down () sustained note s 16th note (appears above bar) vf volume fade (appears above bar) vo volume out (appears above bar).