Something to Say [Import]
Available for the first time in over 30 years, Buster Brown's Something to Say is one of those albums that leaps out to the unaccustomed, and will thrill those old enough to remember them first time around. Listening to them in 2005 makes you wonder why they weren't bigger then than they were. Lack of industry infrastructure and media outlets plus sheer bad timing were factors - newly signed and fellow mushroom label-mates Skyhooks eclipsed Buster Brown just as they were gathering momentum. Angry Anderson on vocals, of Rose Tattoo fame, and Phil Rudd on drums, who went on to play with the world famous AC/DC, were the backbone of a rock outfit who were a force to be reckoned with on the live circuit. Packaged together with tender loving care, this 6 panel digipack features a 20 page booklet with rare photos and liner notes from Australian rock author Ian McFarlane. Something to Say contains 13 tracks of honest rock and roll reminiscent of Australian bands of today (Cue Dallas Crane Et Al). Includes the extremely rare marijuana party track 'Release Legalize' by Rose Tattoo circa 1980.
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