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Under The Milky Way - The Church - Starfish (CD, Album)

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  1. About “Under the Milky Way” For The Church the rewards were great – if sometimes too clean around the corners in comparison to the song-for-song masterpiece Heyday, Starfish set up the band.
  2. Listen free to The Church – Starfish (Destination, Under the Milky Way and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at bhojicmyacepcienalpakomprarodmabin.coinfo
  3. Feb 16,  · Media Type: CD Artist: CHURCH Title: STARFISH Street Release Date: 02/16/ Domestic Genre: ROCK/POP Go Unlimited Of course I bought this album for the song "Under the Milky Way Tonight" after being in love with the tune since seeing Donnie Darko, but the whole album is very well done. The vinyl is a high quality press/5().
  4. Apr 12,  · The first single, "Under the Milky Way", charted in the US Billboard Hot , peaking at No. 24, and at No. 2 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, leading to significant exposure of the then relatively underground Australian act. In Australia "Under the Milky Way" climbed to No. 22, and Starfish reached No. 11 on the album charts/5(36).
  5. The Church have been producing great albums now for over 30 years this one being highly thought of by long time Church fans and also the one with the highest profile. Under The Milkyway is the obvious song that people reference but this album has more than just that in its locker/5(86).
  6. Review Summary: This album is everything modern rock should be. Australian alt-rockers The Church broke onto the scene in , thanks mostly to their radio hit "Under the Milky Way", which the younger folk may recognize from the Donnie Darko movie/5.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Starfish on Discogs. Label: EMI - 4 2 3,EMI - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock/5(22).
  8. But for the Church the rewards were great -- if sometimes too clean around the corners in comparison to the song-for-song masterpiece Heyday, Starfish set up the band's well-deserved breakthrough in the States. The reason was "Under the Milky Way," still one of the most haunting and elegant songs ever to make the Top /
  9. Editors’ Notes Much of this album documents Los Angeles (and America) through the eyes of Church lead singer Steve Kilbey, a guy whose songwriting gift has always been about grasping life’s absurdities alongside its inherent poetry.

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