In a Million Years

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In a Million Years
In A Million Years Album Cover.jpg
Studio album by Last Dinosaurs
Released 2 March 2012
Recorded 2010–2012,
BJB Studios, Sydney, Australia
Genre Indie rock, dance-punk
Length 42:52
Label Dew Process, Universal Music Australia
Producer Jean-Paul Fung
Last Dinosaurs chronology
Back From the Dead
(2010)Back From the Dead2010
In a Million Years
Singles from In a Million Years
  1. "Honolulu"
    Released: 21 April 2010
  2. "Time & Place"
    Released: 4 February 2011
  3. "Zoom"
    Released: 15 November 2011
  4. "Andy"
    Released: 6 June 2012
  5. "I Can't Help You"
    Released: 12 November 2012
  6. "Weekend"
    Released: 3 February 2013
Professional ratings
Review scores
Sputnikmusic4/5 stars [1]
The AU Review(9.8/10) [2]
iTunes Store4.5/5 stars

In a Million Years is the debut studio album by Australian indie rock band, Last Dinosaurs. The album was released on 2 March 2012 by Dew Process. It serves as the follow-up of their debut EP, Back from the Dead (2010). The album's title was announced after the release of their second single, "Zoom".[1] The album debuted at number 8 in the Australian Albums Chart.


The album garnered very positive reviews from music critics. Davey Boy from Sputnikmusic summarize his review, "Aussie indie-pop that uses influences from practically every continent."[2] Andrew Wade of the AU review said "The album is a surprisingly mature and cohesive collection of songs. With incredibly slick production and the catchiest songs you’ll hear this side of 2000, In A Million Years is a strong contender for the best Australian album of the past twenty years."[3] The album also received an average 5/5 user rating on both Triple J's User Review[4] and iTunes User Ratings.[5] "Andy" was also placed at No. 95 in the Triple J Hottest 100 in 2012.

Track listing[edit]

2."I Can't Help You"3:49
3."Sunday Night"3:55
4."Time & Place"3:17
8."I Can't Decide"3:18
9."Used to be Mine"5:29
Total length:42:52


  • Sean Caskey - vocals, guitar
  • Lachlan Caskey - lead guitar
  • Sam Gethin-Jones - bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Dan Koyama - drums, percussion
  • A. Julca - maracas
  • Jean-Paul Fung – producer, engineer, musician, mix engineer*
  • Eliot James – mix engineer
  • Stu McCullough – management
  • Dan Koyama – art director