world.thomson-multimedia
» » Tiddas - Lethal By The Kilo

Tiddas - Lethal By The Kilo album flac

Tiddas - Lethal By The Kilo album flac Performer: Tiddas
Title: Lethal By The Kilo
Style: Aboriginal
Released: 1998
MP3 album: 1433 mb
FLAC album: 1487 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: VOC FLAC RA ADX AHX WAV AIFF
Genre: Folk and Country

Lethal By the Kilo is the third and final studio album by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. The album was released in October 1998 and supported the released with a national tour. The album was nominated for Album of the Year at the Deadly Awards 1999. The group recorded a live album in 1999 and disbanded in May 2000.

Lethal By the Kilo is the third and final studio album by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. 1. Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats.

Lethal By the Kilo (1998). Ignorance is Bliss" Released: July 1996. Tiddas (album), 1996 album by the band. Tiddas (commune), a commune in Morocco. Tiddas (novel), 2014 novel by Dr Anita HeissPlural of Tidda: (Noun) sister Northern koori usage (Australian aboriginal pidgin).

Artists Tiddas Lethal by the Kilo Waka Nini Yana. Waka Nini Yana Tiddas. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. Video Waka Nini Yana.

Tiddas are a female indie/folk band from Victoria, Australia. They have been nominated six times for an ARIA Music Awards, and their 1994 album 'Sing About Life' was awarded the "Best Indigenous Release". Members: Amy Saunders, Lou Bennett, Sally Dastey. Variations: Viewing All Tiddas. Lou Bennett, Sally Dastey, Amy Saunders.

The third album, 'Lethal by the Kilo', was recorded in Melbourne's ABC studios in late 1998. The album received almost no promotion from the record company, which led to the band almost breaking up. Tiddas however went on to record a fourth album, pointedly named Show Us Ya Tiddas, which was recorded live at the Continental Café on 11 September 1999, in front of an invited audience. In May 2000 Tiddas did break up, spending months on a national tour to say farewell to all their fans

Tracklist

1 Little Things
2 Waka Nini Yana
3 For A Short Time
4 Seven Years
5 And There Are Secrets
6 Cry Wolf
7 Think Positive
8 If You Live A Lie
9 Father's Calmness
10 Create Another Day
11 Still Goes On
12 Body Shape
Comments: (1)
Avarm
I have not been able to find this CD, a mystery, apologies Phill