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Dont Panic - Powderfinger - Vulture Street (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Feb 13,  · Powderfinger - Don't Panic (Vulture Street - ) Intro: Em - G - Bm - A Verse: Em G If I invite danger Bm A Em G Bm It might just do some good for me A Em G Slack jawed little stranger Bm.
  2. 'Fingerprints' chronicles one of Australia's biggest rock bands from their early Parables album right through to their multi-ARIA-award winning album, Vulture Street. With 17 tracks, including one previously un-released, this encompasses their true commitment to the Aussie music scene.
  3. Powderfinger took out two awards at this month's ARIA music awards! The band won the Most Popular Australian Artist and Most Popular Australian Album awards, bringing their total number of ARIA wins over the years to The band released a LP/vinyl Box Set comprising of all 7 of their studio albums – the ultimate Powderfinger collector’s item.
  4. Powderfinger's Vulture Street was released on 4 July , and became their third album to peak at No. 1 in Australia, while in New Zealand it reached No. Recorded in January and February , it was named for the location of the band's first recording room in West End, Brisbane.
  5. Powderfinger is an alternative rock band based in Australia. The band formed in Brisbane, Australia, in , and since their line-up has consisted of vocalist Bernard Fanning, guitarists Darren Middleton and Ian Haug, bassist John Collins, and drummer Jon Coghill.
  6. Album Reviews: Powderfinger - Vulture Street. For this, their fifth album, the Brisbane rockers have opted for a visceral live feel, adding a real punch to songs that are, by any standards, far removed from your standard rock and roll fare.
  7. POWDERFINGER Vinyl Records and CDs Powderfinger hail from Australia, but sound like they once shared a flat in England with Radiohead. Moody, passionate melodies are juxtaposed with velvety vocals and ascending chord progressions.