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The Warumpi Band - Sit Down Money album flac Performer: The Warumpi Band
Title: Sit Down Money
Released: 1986
MP3 album: 1780 mb
FLAC album: 1400 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Rock

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You can see the Warumpi Band - Sitdown Money lyrics on this page and listen to the song. Warumpi Band& top lyrics on this site. It's not funny Living on sitdown money. Some people work for the government Got a motor car and a house to rent We're still working for the government They pay us wages as an accident Talking about sitdown money, sitdown money I'm gonna get sitdown money, sitdown money. There's no job for my brother And there's no job for my sister And there's no job for any of us And there's no job for any others I wanna get sitdown money, sitdown money I'm gonna get sitdown money, sitdown money You want sitdown money Apply for sitdown money Sign for sitdown money Wait.

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Warumpi Band built up a loyal following in Sydney's northern beaches pub rock scene, and played as a support act to Midnight Oil. In 1985 the band signed with Midnight Oil's Powderworks label and released their debut album, Big Name, No Blankets in April. Australian rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, felt although "rounded in early American R&B and boogie as it was, the album was nevertheless an honest, enduring and bare-boned slice of indigenous country music"

Eddie Money is the self-titled debut album by American musician Eddie Money, recorded in the summer months and originally released in late 1977 on manager Bill Graham's Wolfgang label, distributed by Columbia Records. The album was certified double platinum in 1989. The album was a studio rendering of Money's live show at the time. Featuring almost entirely original compositions that the band had written and honed during their live performances in Bay Area venues.

An early live performance of the Warumpi band performing 'WARU" (fire) at old Bazos Farm in Alice Springs.

Warumpi Band () were an Australian country and Aboriginal rock group which formed in the outback settlement of Papunya, Northern Territory in 1980. The original line-up was George Burarrwanga on vocals and didgeridoo, Gordon Butcher on drums, his brother Sammy Butcher on guitar and bass guitar, and Neil Murray on rhythm guitar and backing vocals. Their key singles are "Jailanguru Pakarnu" (1983), la" (1985), "Sit Down Money" (1986), "My Island Home" (1987) and "No Fear" (1987)

The album tends to provoke a whirlwind of emotions with its inspiring political anthems and hard-driving protest songs. The intense opener "No Fear," a song about hometown violence, sets the tone for the album that despite its upbeat feel has rather dark undertones. While the edgy tracks are certainly memorable, equally impressive is "My Island Home," the band's most well-known tune.

Tracklist

A Sit Down Money 2:38
B Waru (Fire) 3:50

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – RCA Limited, Australia
  • Manufactured For – RCA Limited, Australia
  • Published By – Trafalgar

Credits

  • Engineer – Alan Thorne
  • Producer – Warumpi Band