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Clear Spot - The Scientists (2) - A Place Called Bad (Box Set, Album)

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  1. SCIENTISTS / A Place Called Bad - With a sound that was swampy, primal and modern-urban all at once - as much in the tradition of rock n' roll and punk rock as it was a rejection of those things, the Scientists' formula was as universal as it was specific to their own experience/5(11).
  2. On the whole, the music on A Place Called Bad makes a strong case that the Scientists were one of the best bands of the '80s, especially during their swamp noise years. They had the look, they had the songs, they had the sound, and everything they did burned with the white-hot fire that only the very best groups are able to harness.
  3. 2: Fire Escape (Live At Adelaide Unibar) $ 3: When Worlds Collide (Live At Adelaide Unibar) $ 4: Raver (Live At Adelaide Unibar) $ 5: The Spin (Live At Adelaide Unibar) $ 6: Clear Spot (Live At Adelaide Unibar) $ 7: Rev Head (Live At Adelaide Unibar) $ 8: Set It On Fire.
  4. The Scientists The Scientists went through many incarnations in their 9 year history but are remembered mostly for the lineup that existed from to Kim Salmon, Tony Thewlis, Boris Sujdovic and Brett Rixon together had the peculiar chemistry that produced the classics, Swampland, Happy Hour, the Blood Red River mini LP and We had Love.
  5. A Place Called Bad [Box Set] by Scientists album reviews & Metacritic score: The box set for the s Australian punk rock band collects all of its studio releases as well as a disc of live tracks including an unreleased recording fr.
  6. The Scientists is an influential post-punk band from Perth, Western Australia, led by Kim Salmon, initially known as the Exterminators and then the Invaders. The band had two primary incarnations: the Perth-based punk band of the late s and the Sydney/London-based swamp rock band of the s.
  7. The best compilation/box set I have ever seen. The attention to detail and packaging is breathtaking. Never been one for "limited to how many we can sell" collectors items, but this shows how well it can be done. And if the Stooges turned up the fuzz, cranked up the bass and moved to Australia, people would accuse them of copying the Scientists/5(11).

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