Watch Me Disappear

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Watch Me Disappear
Watch Me Disappear.jpg
Studio album by Augie March
Released 10 October 2008
Recorded Auckland (Neil Finn's studios), Melbourne, Sydney, Los Angeles
Genre Indie rock
Label Sony BMG Australia
Producer Joe Chiccarelli
Augie March chronology
Moo, You Bloody Choir
(2006)Moo, You Bloody Choir2006
Watch Me Disappear
(2008)
Havens Dumb
(2014)Havens Dumb2014
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
The Australian (positive)[1]
Herald Sun 4/5 stars[2]
Sydney Morning Herald (positive)[3]
Triple J (positive)[4]

Watch Me Disappear is the fourth studio album from Australian indie rock group Augie March. The album was released on 10 October 2008.[5] The album's title track was made available for download on the band's website on 26 August 2008. Augie March recorded Watch Me Disappear at Neil Finn's Auckland studios with producer Joe Chiccarelli. [6][7] They also recorded in Melbourne, Sydney, and Los Angeles. The first single, "Pennywhistle", was released digitally on 16 September, and physically on 27 September.[8] Watch Me Disappear reached number four on the ARIA Albums Chart.[9]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Watch Me Disappear"
  2. "Pennywhistle"
  3. "Becoming Bryn"
  4. "City Of Rescue"
  5. "Farmer's Son"
  6. "Mugged By The Mob"
  7. "The Slant"
  8. "The Glenorchy Bunyip"
  9. "Dogsday"
  10. "Lupus"
  11. "The Devil In Me"

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Australian review
  2. ^ Herald Sun review
  3. ^ Sydney Morning Herald review
  4. ^ Triple J review
  5. ^ Watch Me Disappear (Digipak) (Signed Copy) - Augie March. JB Hi Fi. Accessed 13 September 2008.
  6. ^ Kate Kachor (26 August 2008). Augie March reveals new album title. Eleven Magazine. Accessed 13 September 2008.
  7. ^ Augie March Release 'Disappear' Download (26 August 2008). abc.net.au. Accessed 13 September 2008.
  8. ^ Augie March Announce "Watch Me Disappear" Aussie Tour (4 September 2008). Sony BMG. Accessed 13 September 2008.
  9. ^ Discography Augie March. australian-charts.com. Accessed 19 October 2008.