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by Magic Dirt

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Horror Me 05:13
Dirty One 02:45
Don't Panic 05:22
Hung 04:05
Lead Room 05:01
Sucker Love 05:38


Released in mid 2007, the hard hitting, super heavy 'Beast' was one of the very first releases on Magic Dirt's independent label, Emergency Music. 'Beast' is a 7 track mini album released in tandem with the noise concept album, 'Roky's Room'. Noteworthy: the video for 'Bring Me The Head Of...' was directed by Glendyn Ivin who did their 'Pace It' video back in 2002. ' Bring Me The Head Of...' was shot in an old abandoned warehouse in Brunswick, Melbourne. You can watch it here: youtu.be/RWnBrgQ1yxI. It also features on 'The Emergency Music Videos' DVD comp also available for purchase through Bandcamp. 'Beast' also contains another rendition of 'Sucker Love', originally recorded for the 'Locket' single back in 2005.


released July 1, 2007

Produced by Magic Dirt
Recorded at Headgap Studios by Brent Punshon
Mixed by Brent Punshon
Mastered by ?

Adalita: vocals / guitar
Dean Turner: bass
Raul Sanchez i Jorge: guitar
Adam Robertson: drums

All songs written by Magic Dirt
All songs published by Mushroom Music Publishing
Released by Emergency Music


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Magic Dirt Melbourne, Australia

Magic Dirt, the seminal female fronted alternative rock band from the 90's, comprised of Adalita, Dean Turner, Raul Sanchez and Adam Robertson (past members Daniel Herring and Dave Thomas). Formed in Geelong in 1991, it wasn't long before the band was packing out pubs in Melbourne and supporting bands like Pavement and Sonic Youth. ... more

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