Rocket Science (band)

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Rocket Science is an Australian alternative rock band that first came to public attention on national youth radio network Triple J around 2000.

Jim Diamond, of Ghetto Recorders, produced the band's third recording, Eternal Holiday. Shortly before the release of the album, singer Roman Tucker suffered a serious injury and fell into a coma for around two weeks. This forced the band into inaction for an extended period of time.[1]

According to Rocket Science's MySpace page, the band's 2008 album Different Like You was self-funded. This album was not heard much on Triple J.[quantify]

Kit Warhurst is the brother of radio presenter and Spicks and Specks panelist Myf Warhurst.

Line up[edit]

  • Roman Tucker (vocals, keys, theremin)
  • Kit Warhurst (drums)
  • Dave Gray (bass guitar)
  • Paul Maybury (guitar)
  • Mickey Heartbreak (live guitar)




  • Burn In Hell (2001)
  • One Robot (2001)
  • Heavy Traffic (2002)
  • Being Followed (2003)


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