Australian Tour EP 2008

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Australian Tour EP 2008
Australian Tour EP 2008.jpeg
EP by Mondo Generator
Released July 21, 2008
Genre Hard rock, punk rock
Label Impedance Records (Australia)
Mondo Generator chronology
Dead Planet
(2007)Dead Planet2007
Australian Tour EP 2008
(2008)
Dog Food EP
(2010)Dog Food EP2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Discogs 3.0/5 stars[1]

Australian Tour EP 2008 is an EP by Mondo Generator containing a mix of studio, acoustic, and live material.[2] It was released to coincide with their first Australian tour in August 2008. The live tracks feature an early lineup from 2004.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Lie Detector"
  2. "You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory"
  3. "Autopilot (Acoustic)"
  4. "Eccentric Man (Live)"
  5. "Unless I Can Kill (Live)"
  6. "Simple Exploding Man (Live)"
  • "Lie Detector" is taken directly from their album Dead Planet
  • "You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory" is a Johnny Thunders cover song

Personnel[edit]

  • Lie Detector
  • Nick Oliveri – Vocals, Guitar, Bass
  • Ben Thomas – Drums (not credited)
  • Ben Perrier – Guitar (not credited)
  • Mark Diamond – Lead Guitar
  • Hoss is wrongly credited with drums
  • You Cant Put Your Arms Around a Memory
  • Nick Oliveri – Vocals, Guitar
  • Autopilot
  • Mark Lanegan – Vocals
  • Nick Oliveri – Guitar, background Vocals
  • Curly Jobson – Guitar
  • Eccentric Man
  • Nick Oliveri – Vocals, Bass
  • Mark Diamond – Guitar
  • Josh Lamar – Drums

Recorded Live at Reading Festival 2004

  • Unless I Can Kill
  • Nick Oliveri – Vocals
  • Dave Catching – Guitar
  • Molly McGuire – Bass
  • Brant Bjork – Drums

Recorded Live at Troubadour, Los Angeles 2003

  • Simple Exploding Man
  • Nick Oliveri – Vocals
  • Dave Catching – Guitar
  • Molly McGuire – Bass
  • Brant Bjork – Drums

Recorded Live at Troubadour, Los Angeles 2003

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs. "Australian Tour 2008 ". discogs.com. Retrieved on October 5, 2013.
  2. ^ "Mondo Generator - Australian Tour EP". allmusic.com. Retrieved on February 4, 2014.