» » Powderfinger - Seven Deadly Spins

Powderfinger - Seven Deadly Spins album download

FLAC MP3 WMA
Powderfinger - Seven Deadly Spins album download
  • Performer:
  • Title:
    Seven Deadly Spins
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
  • Country:
  • Size FLAC version
    1124 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1800 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1902 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    902
  • Formats:
    APE RA MP2 MP3 AA MP4 AU

Universal Import 2748420.

Powderfinger's next album, Odyssey Number Five (released in 2000), is their most famous. It won many awards including "Album of the Year" from Rolling Stone magazine, and the 2001 "Album of the Year" ARIA Award. It also got to number one on the ARIA Albums Chart. From Odyssey Number Five, Powderfinger released their most popular single, "My Happiness". After the album was released, Powderfinger went on a concert tour with Silverchair, another Australian band. On the tour, called the Across the Great Divide tour, the band played shows in lots of cities in Australia and New Zealand  . Seven Deadly Spins (Box set). Sunsets Farewell Tour (Live album).

Released: 22 December 2009. Label: Universal 0602527280387. Format: 7 Vinyl album, 7 CD. Note: Box set of seven studio albums. Footprints: The Best of Powderfinger, 2001–2011. B. Footprints: The Best of Powderfinger 2001–2011 was released simultaneously with Fingerprints & Footprints: Ultimate Collection, which features both "best of" albums.

Released: 22 December 2009. Released: 8 November 2011.

Tracklist

Parables For Wooden Ears
A1 Walking Stick
A2 Tail
A3 Hurried Bloom
A4 Father's Pyramid
A5 Bridle You
A6 Citadel
B1 Sink Low
B2 Grave Concern
B3 Solution
B4 This Syrup To Exchange
B5 Namaste
B6 Blanket
B7 Save Your Skin
Double Allergic
C1 Skinny Jean
C2 Turtle's Head
C3 Pick You Up
C4 D.A.F.
C5 Boing Boing
C6 Give
C7 Oipic
D1 Living Type
D2 JC
D3 Glimpse
D4 Take Me In
D5 (Return Of) The Electric Horseman
Internationalist
E1 Hindley Street
E2 Belter
E3 The Day You Come
E4 Already Gone
E5 Passenger
E6 Don't Wanna Be Left Out
E7 Good-Day Ray
F1 Trading Places
F2 Private Man
F3 Celebrity Head
F4 Over My Head
F5 Capoicity
F6 Lemon Sunrise
Odyssey Number Five
G1 Waiting For The Sun
G2 My Happiness
G3 The Metre
G4 Like A Dog
G5 Odyssey #5
G6 Up & Down & Back Again
H1 My Kind Of Scene
H2 These Days
H3 We Should Be Together Now
H4 Thrilloilogy
H5 Whatever Makes You Happy
Vulture Street
I1 Rockin' Rocks
I2 (Baby I've Got You) On My Mind
I3 Since You've Been Gone
I4 Love Your Way
I5 Sunsets
I6 Don't Panic
J1 Stumblin'
J2 Roll Right By You
J3 How Far Have We Really Come?
J4 Pockets
J5 A Song Called Everything
Dream Days At The Hotel Existence
K1 Head Up In The Clouds
K2 I Don't Remember
K3 Lost And Running
K4 Wishing On The Same Moon
K5 Who Really Cares (Featuring The Sound Of Insanity)
L1 Nobody Sees
L2 Surviving
L3 Long Way To Go
L4 Black Tears
L5 Ballad Of A Dead Man
L6 Drifting Further Away
Golden Rule
M1 El Camino De La Muerte
M2 All Of The Dreamers
M3 Burn Your Name
M4 A Fight About Money
M5 Sail The Wildest Stretch
M6 Poison In Your Mind
N1 Iberian Dream
N2 Jewel
N3 Think It Over
N4 Awake
N5 Stand Yourself
N6 Golden Rule

Notes

Includes Parables for Wooden Ears , Double Allergic , Internationalist , Odyssey Number Five , Vulture Street , Dream Days At The Hotel Existence and Golden Rule - the first four of which had never been previously released on vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 602527 280387

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2748420 Powderfinger Seven Deadly Spins ‎(7xCD, Comp + Box) Universal Music Australia 2748420 Australia 2009

LØV€ YØỮ
This boxset is my pride and joy. Number 32. Small chip from Dream Days about the size of half a 5c piece. Every track plays well on all vinyl. Ripping way to listen to a great Australian band. These sets are only going to increase in value.
Andriodtargeted
My box set was perfect except for "Odyssey No. 5", which has the labels in the wrong place. The only two 'playable' songs are 'My Happiness' and 'These Days'. Fair enough. I contacted Warners in 2010 in Australia. They promised to fix. Nothing happened. Brutal company to deal with.
Swiang
That's not really 'fair enough'. That's just madness. 2 playable songs.
salivan
Glenn Summerville (public post) wrote on Facebook 22 April 2010 at 22:00... have they fixed the problems with these yet? for $200 people have been getting chipped vinyls, labels missing or stuck on anywhere. and as for selling like crazy Jennie they have been on sale for 6 months now and they still have some, so you might get lucky.