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  1. This line-up released their debut album, Introducing the Whitlams, in August on Black Yak/ Phantom Records. The album was recorded in January and March at the Skyhigh Studios in Newcastle; for the recording sessions they used Louis Burdett and Nick Cecire on drums, with Rob Taylor producing. T.
  2. The Whitlams discography and songs: Music profile for The Whitlams, formed Genres: Piano Rock, Pop Rock. Albums include Eternal Nightcap, No Aphrodisiac, and Undeniably.
  3. Met My Match (Live At the Metro) No Aphrodisiac (Live at the Metro) I Make Hamburgers (Live at the Metro) I Will Not Go Quietly (Duffy's Song) (album version) Buy Now, Pay Later (Charlie No. 2) [Live at the Metro] Fondness Makes the Heart Grow Absent (Live With The SSO) Ease of the Midnight Visit (Live With The SSO)
  4. Apr 21,  · Made Me Hard is the third and last single to be released by The Whitlams from their fourth album, Love This City. Although, it was released more than a year after the release of Love This City, on 4 September It peaked at #75 in Australia. A music video .
  5. 'The Whitlams & the Sydney Symphony Live in Concert' is a release by The Whitlams. The album was recorded with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House 20–22 September , copies were made available in the Sunday Telegraph on 1 June , at the time the first non-compilation album to be given away free with a.
  6. The Whitlams are an Australian indie rock band formed in late The original line-up was Tim Freedman on keyboards and lead vocals, Andy Lewis on double bass and Stevie Plunder on erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo than mainstay, the line-up has changed numerous times. Since he has been joined by Warwick Hornby on bass guitar, Jak Housden on guitar and Terepai Richmond on drums.
  7. The group released two studio albums, Get on Board (June ) and Holy Roadside (September ), before disbanding in [2] [3] In he was one of the session musicians on the Whitlams fourth studio album, Love This City.
  8. The Whitlams originally were made up of Stevie Plunder on guitars & vocals, Andy Lewis on double & electric bass, backing vocals and Tim Freedman on piano & vocals. In May The Whitlams line-up changed into Tim Freedman on piano and vocals, Oscar Briz on guitar, Andy Lewis on double bass and Mike Richards on the drums.

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