Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
The Cure. But I think they should cover 'A Forest'.
Harry Houdini. Anyone know why?
Bastard Universe. I understand this is basically a series of untitled tracks of the band jamming. Haven't heard it myself.
Travel By Thought. When I say 'oddity' I mean it in a good way...
On a day like this. The next line is 'a hundred lifetimes ago'.
Horses. The girls have rifles for minds. The album is called 'Of Skins and Heart'. Sharks aren't really involved.
Jay Dee Daugerty. Tim Powles is their current drummer. Waddy Watchell produced some albums and did occasional backing vocals.
Swedish. Much of the album was recorded in Stockholm. Marty speaks Swedish, as does Steve Kilbey. Marty also speaks Spanish. Peter Koppes is half Dutch (don't know if he speaks the lingo).
England. He was born in Liverpool in 1958. Steve Kilbey was also born in England. His early years in Shepparton were said to be the inspiration for 'Violet Town'.
Aura. There's no such track as 'Priest'.
Russian Autumn Heart. And one of the best tracks it is too!
It's No Reason . He said this on the sleeve notes for 'Hindsight'.
1988. The Church's commercial breakthrough album - happily, also one of their best musically.
1980-1987. This might have confused UK fans - the band didn't really have any releases here as far back as 1980. But there is some really early stuff on this must-have collection.
Autumn Soon. The others were all B-sides, too.
Manchild and Myth. The best I've heard of his solo sojourns.
Tantalized. Only Mr Kilbey writes 'em like that.
13 September 1954. Steve was born on the 13 September 1954, in England.
Jammed. The Church released 'Jammed' then followed it up with a recording called 'Back With Two Beasts (Jammed 2)' in 2005.
|Throughout his career, Marty Willson-Piper has been renowned for playing a particular brand of guitar. What is the brand?||Church, The - The Aussie Band
Rickenbacker. Marty is known for his love of Rickenbacker 12 string guitars.
Hologram of Baal. 'Louisiana' was off the album 'Hologram of Baal' released in 1998.
|After the album 'Priest=Aura', The Church's next album was titled 'Sometime Anywhere'. Who were the only original members of The Church that played on this album?||Church, The - The Aussie Band
Steve Kilbey and Marty Willson-Piper. While Tim Powels played some drums on the album, he wasn't an original member. Russell Gilbert is an Australian comedian, not linked to the band in any way. Peter Koppes had left the band by that stage, although he did return.
Tantalized. 'Tantalized' was actually before the 'Starfish' album, it was first released on the album 'Heyday' in 1985.
Almost With You. 'Almost With You' is the correct answer. Interestingly, the song still gets a lot of airplay on Australian radio even though the song is well over 20 years old.
Richard Ploog. After Nick Ward was booted out of the band, Richard Ploog was the replacement drummer.
Steve Kilbey. Of course the correct answer is Steve Kilbey, who along with Peter Koppes, Marty Willson-Piper and Nick Ward founded The Church.
Of Skins and Heart. 'Of Skins and Heart' was the debut album by The Church, it was released in 1981.