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    Friends In Danger

    • Year Released: 1996
    Friends In Danger is the debut album by Australian rock band, Magic Dirt. It was their major label debut outside of Australia, distributed in the USA by Warner Music. In Australia, they remained on Au Go Go Records. All songs written by Magic Dirt.
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    Girl

    • Year Released: 2008
    'Girl' is the sixth album from Australian rock-grunge band Magic Dirt. Produced by Magic Dirt and Lindsay Gravina, at Birdland Studios, Melbourne. The album was released on 5 July 2008, debuting at #7 on the Australian Independent Music chart. 'Romy', a song the band had been playing live since the Beast tour, served as lead single from the album. In support of the album, the band embarked on the extensive 'No Sleep Til Christmas' tour, starting in July and ending in December 2008. The tour saw dates in all major Australian cities, and a large number of shows in regional centres. All songs written & arranged by Magic Dirt.
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    Life Was Better

    • Year Released: 1994
    Life Was Better was the second EP release by Australian rock band Magic Dirt. It was released in November 1994 on the Melbourne independent label Au Go Go Records. This was the band's first recording after regrouping in the wake of a split in April 1994, brought about by singer/guitarist Adalita Srsen and bass player Dean Turner ending their relationship. Both "Ice" and an edited version of "Amoxycillin" (the EP version includes ten minutes of feedback) found significant radio support, pushing the EP to #1 on the Australian independent records chart. "Life Was Better" remained on the chart for 75 weeks, eventually selling over 20,000 copies, equivalent to gold record status.
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    Magic Dirt

    • Year Released: 1996
    Magic Dirt is an album by Australian alternative rock band Magic Dirt released in the U.S. on the Dirt label. It compiles the band's first two Australian-released EPs Signs of Satanic Youth and Life Was Better along with additional tracks. The Allmusic review by Nitsuh Abebe states "The album doesn't seem quite as vital or impressive as those of Dinosaur Jr., or those of a lot of American indie bands for that matter, but the same underlying aesthetic makes Magic Dirt a reasonably appealing listen".
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    Signs of Satanic Youth

    • Year Released: 1993
    Signs of Satanic Youth is the debut EP release by Australian rock band Magic Dirt. It was released in November 1993 on the Melbourne based, independent label Au Go Go Records. The band had previously released a single, "Super Tear", on the then-Sydney label Fellaheen. Founding members of Magic Dirt, vocalist/guitarist Adalita Srsen and bassist Dean Turner were dating during the making of this EP. In early 1994 the band broke up due to the demise of their relationship, only to reform and release their second EP Life was Better in November of that year.
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