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Digitally remastered two disc (CD + PAL/Region 0 DVD) edition of this 1980 album from the Australian Rock 'n' Roll institution. Accompanying the band's classic breakthrough album, East, are nine songs filmed at the Manly Vale Hotel the week the album was released and they capture the band in fierce, brilliant form. Included is the only know film footage of the band doing their great interpretation of the Bob Dylan classic Knocking on Heaven's Door. In addition, this DVD features Cold Chisel's infamous appearance at the 1980 Countdown Music Awards, where they turned their live gem 'My Turn to Cry' into a fiery demolition piece that's been often called "Eat This!" Warner.
|1. Standing On the Outside|
|2. Never Before|
|4. Rising Sun|
|5. My Baby|
|7. Cheap Wine|
|8. Best Kept Lies|
|10. Star Hotel|
|11. Four Walls|
|12. My Turn To Cry|
This is yet another album released by the highly overrated Australian band Cold Chisel. In the track "Standing On The Outside" it is suggested to the listener that if they are... Read morePublished on December 11, 2005 by John Baranyai
As far as Australian albums go, East is one of the best- but if it is compared to the other five Cold Chisel studio albums, East is complete rubbish. Read morePublished on February 27, 2000 by "johnnybrewski"
Cold Chisel are the quintessental Australian rock band of the 1980's and East was the "must have" album of the period and continues to be a prerequiste for any Australian... Read morePublished on November 12, 1998