H&C Album Of The Week
The tribute album Crucible is album of the week at Triple M Sydney.
Author: Dave-O, Triple M Sydney.
Date: 20 September 2013.
Crucible – The Songs Of Hunters & Collectors. Photo: Hunters & Collectors
It’s been a 15 long years since the legendary Hunters & Collectors disbanded after firmly making their mark on the Australian music industry and they have a new tribute album out called Crucible. We’ve heard it, and it’s very good.
The tribute album really is a salute to the great Aussie band.
“When you see so many absolute stars coming together to redo all these songs and do their take on Hunters, it’s pretty bloody impressive,” said Triple M’s Becko.
The Living End’s version of “Say Goodbye” is amazing, Eddie Vedder and Neil Finn combine for a brilliant cover of “Throw Your Arms Around Me” and Birds of Tokyo’s “Talking To A Stranger” is fantastic.
We caught up with the great Hunters frontman Mark Seymour to talk about this amazing album alongside indie rockers British India and The Living End, who both appear on the album. Listen below.
1. Birds of Tokyo – Talking to a Stranger
2. Eddie Vedder & Neil Finn – Throw Your Arms Around Me
3. Matt Corby & Missy Higgins – This Morning
4. Oh Mercy – The Slab (Betty’s Worry)
5. Alpine – Hear No Evil
6. The Living End – Say Goodbye
7. Paul Kelly & Emma Donovan (featuring Jimblah) – True Tears of Joy
8. The Rubens – Holy Grail
9. Husky – Blind Eye
10. Something For Kate – When the River Runs Dry
11. The Panics – Alligator Engine
12. Abbe May – Dog
13. British India – Do You See What I See?
14. Cloud Control – Still Hanging ‘Round
15. The Avalanches – Stalking to a Stranger (Planets Collide Remix)
In tour news, the band are back on the road again supporting Bruce Springsteen. It’s going to be amazing watch them live again.