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Men at Work
Brazil
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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After more than a decade apart, singer/songwriter Colin Hay and his sax playing sidekick Greg Ham reunited as Men At Work for a well-received tour in 1996. This 17 track platter features 16 highlights from the Brazilian da...  more »

      
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All Artists: Men at Work
Title: Brazil
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 8/25/1998
Release Date: 8/25/1998
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: New Wave & Post-Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646573228

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After more than a decade apart, singer/songwriter Colin Hay and his sax playing sidekick Greg Ham reunited as Men At Work for a well-received tour in 1996. This 17 track platter features 16 highlights from the Brazilian dates plus 'The Longest Night', a 1998 studio track. Features great live performances of the hits 'Overkill', 'Down Under', 'Dr. Heckle & Mr. Jive', 'It's A Mistake' and 'Who Can It Be Now?'. amongst others. Sony.

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CD Reviews

BETTER THAN YOU REMEMBERED
Simon Donnybrook | Kansas City | 10/25/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A Men At Work live album? I say: buy this album. Not a stinker or a clinker on the disc. "No Sign of Yesterday," "Overkill" and "Down Under" are killer. New studio cut of "The Longest Night" (one of the finest songs ever written by Greg Ham) is a dramatic warning about the end of days. I saw the "new" MAW here in Oklahoma City last summer. They were phenomenal--in fine voice and their playing was spirited and fun. BUY this album. You won't be sorry."
THE MEN (AT LEAST THE MAIN ONES) ARE BACK!!!!
Simon Donnybrook | 10/22/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Brazil" is the new live CD from the 80's stars Men At Work. Colin Hay is in fine voice and Greg Ham is in fine form as the men go thru their catalog of hits "Overkill", "Who Can It Be Now" "Be Good Johnny" etc. and sound like they enjoy doing it. The crowd in Brazil sounds pumped and into every song. The underrated epic "Down To The Sea" sounds mesmorizing and more powerful than the studio version. Also, as a bonus the new single "The Longest Night" ends the album and is a fine ballad sung well by Colin Hay. The Men are back, and lets hope a new studio album is in the works!"
One of the best Live-CDs I have
Simon Donnybrook | 01/04/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This Live CD I like best from Men At Work, because of its good live feeling. It's noticable live, and you hear like they work hard to give their best. Therefore I like it more than any studio-Greatest. I think, the loss of studio perfection is more than compensated by the capturing live feeling. And it contains allmost all of my favourite songs. On this CD, men at work really impressed me. A small pity is, that there was a lineup change of the band members before this concert, so you might not find your favourite lineup here. But for me this is not a problem here. This CD is still very enjoyable and delivers a perfectly positive Live feeling. Great."