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Ita - Cold Chisel - East (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The release of East, their third album, is when Cold Chisel moved from being Australia's best pub band and became a legend. The largely autobiographical or topical nature of many of the songs, especially Standing on the Outside, Star Hotel, Rising Sun, the tongue-in-cheek Ita (on the Australian release), and the sheer depth and variety of material on this album placed Chisel in the top rank in 5/5(3).
  2. Every night when I get home I settle down to prime time limbo When all the boys are gathered around Shouting Ita'a on TV And though the roaches are thick on the ground Somebody goes to close my window Keep the noise of the city down Get a dose of integrity Every week, in every home She got wholesome news for the family I believe, I believe, in what she says Yes I do I believe, I believe, at.
  3. Ita Cold Chisel. Album East. Ita Lyrics. Every night when I go home I settle down to prime-time limbo When all the boys are gathered around Shoutin' "Ita's on TV".
  4. East is the third studio album by Australian rock band Cold Chisel, originally released in June via WEA / Warner. This remastered LP on gram heavyweight vinyl, with bonus 7” single reproduced original artwork is pressed in Australia.
  5. Mar 14,  · Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year Cold Chisel's promo-video for the track 'Ita', taken from the album 'East'. Band .
  6. Unfortunately, this is Cold Chisel at their most boring and predictable, and therefore- contrary to popular belief- East is not classic Cold Chisel. The individual songs work well on radio (as mentioned above), but the album does not work well as a unit. Cold Chisel's first real team-effort in song-writing leaves East very poor as a unit/5(12).
  7. Cold Chisel produced the canonical example of Australian pub rock, with a string of hits throughout the s and s, and they are acknowledged as one of the most popular and successful Australian groups of the period, although this success and acclaim was almost completely restricted to Australia.
  8. Cold Chisel's following had been steadily building for a number of years when their third -- and slickest to date -- album, East, broke them through to a wider audience in More commercial without compromising on the rawness of their roots, the band hit pay dirt with a clutch of songs it seemed everybody could get into.

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