Rollerball (band)

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Rollerball
Origin Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia[1]
Genres Stoner rock[2]
Years active 1998-present
Labels Waterdragon, Rhythm Ace, Plus One Records
Members Matt "Tenpin" Boland (vocals)
Dave Talon (guitar)
Stew "Boots" Maclennan (bass)
Cam "Cracker" Roach (drums)[3]

Rollerball are a stoner rock band from Queensland, Australia, formed in 1998 and named after the 1975 movie.[4] They have released four full-length albums, SuperStructure, Oversize, Submarine and a European self-titled album which was a compilation based on their first two EPs.

Discography[edit]

albums

  • Rollerball (2002) - Waterdragon[5]
  • SuperStructure (2002) - Rhythm Ace[6][7]
  • Oversize (2004) - Rhythm Ace[8][9]
  • Submarine (2009) - Plus One Records[10][11]

eps

  • Lost in Space (1999) - Rhythm Ace
  • Let Your Hair Hang Down (2000) - Rhythm Ace
  • Broken Open (2005) -
  • "My First Cowboy" (CD Split with OvO, Bar La Muerte/TMR)

singles

  • "Liftetime" - Rhythm Ace
  • "Highly Likely" - Rhythm AceRhythm Ace[12]
  • "Common Thread"/"Broken Open"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beat #1175, 15 Jul 2009 Rollerball by Patrick Emery
  2. ^ The West Australian, 20 January 2005, ". . . and rolling "Ball" by Simon Collins
  3. ^ The Chronicle, 13 August 2009, "Rock band rolls into town for special gig"
  4. ^ The Age 20 June 2003 Rock 'n' Rollerball by Patrick Donovan
  5. ^ Sleazegrinder Rollerball - S/T
  6. ^ National Library of Australia Superstructure
  7. ^ i94 bar SuperStructure review
  8. ^ Rolling Stone 4/5 stars January 2005
  9. ^ Kerrang (Australian) 4/5 stars January 2005
  10. ^ National Library of Australia Submarine
  11. ^ The Courier-Mail 3/5 stars 13 August 2009
  12. ^ National Library of Australia Highly Likely

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