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The Radiators
The Radiators
The Radiators
Genres: Rock, Classic Rock
 
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Import exclusive compilation for the Aussie rock outfit will be appreciated by anyone with a taste for good old fashioned Aussie pub rock. Highlights include 'Summer Holiday', 'Room Full Of Diamonds', & their unofficial an...  more »

     
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All Artists: The Radiators
Title: The Radiators
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wea/Warner
Release Date: 4/13/2000
Album Type: Import
Genres: Rock, Classic Rock
Style: Roots Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Import exclusive compilation for the Aussie rock outfit will be appreciated by anyone with a taste for good old fashioned Aussie pub rock. Highlights include 'Summer Holiday', 'Room Full Of Diamonds', & their unofficial anthem 'Gimme Head'. Warner. 1999.

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Deep In My Voodoo - and at a deal too good to pass up!
applewood | everywhere and nowhere | 02/16/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I've never seen the Radiators (not yet at least!), so I can't compare these songs to the performances they must be capable of, but I've gone wild over their latest (1/2004) live recording - Earth vs the Radiators. Quickly I bought some of the recommended studio releases (all at cheap prices, but this one for only pennies, an amazing deal!). And while none of the studio work comes close to showing the virtuostic playing and playful energy of the live recording, this one has grown to be my favorite (Law of the Fishes (1987) is okay, solid 80's pop/rock songs, but not indispensable, New Dark Ages (1995) is good, but this self titled one (2001) has a few really good songs - Deep in My Voodoo, I Don't Speak Love, Salty Jane, Crazy Mona - as well as a strong showing of mostly ordinary, if slighty twisted, finely crafted pop songs. Like a mix of Little Feat and Springsteen these guys have an all American sound.

Having been around for 25 years it seems they just keep getting better (bigger, richer, fuller sound).

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Solid outing from New Orleans' legends
terivb | 09/02/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"These guys have been at it for over two decades and may have the most extensive active repertoire of any touring band. Their trademark sound is evident here, with a little extra studio polish. If you need a frame of reference, think Little Feat/Meters rhythm section, Professor Longhair/Dr. John keyboards, Allman Bros/ZZ Top guitars and lots of New Orleans gumbo. Check it out, and don't miss them live."
The Radiators
terivb | Portland, OR | 10/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have seen this band live many times, and own a number of their records. I love this album. The Radiators continue to grow as musicians and artists."