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ROCKET SCIENCE

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THE CAUSE
When he was growing up in Melbourne Roman Tucker didn't just wish he was in a band called Rocket Science. He was already formulating the molecular structure.
"The beginnings of my time in music can be traced back to a specific
incident" he remembers.
"I was in a band and because we were so young we were on the front page of the local music magazine. The headline was 'Kid Punk Craze Rocks Melbourne'. The interview went something like 'ten year old Roman Tucker walks into the room holding hands with an attractive young woman - his mother..."
The point being that Rocket Science isn't something you can achieve
overnight. Yet Fifteen years on from that pre-teen insurrection, Roman and his truly inspirational band are still driven by a belief in tapping into the primal formula which drives rock'n'roll.
"There has always been an element of catharsis in playing live for me" he explains.
"I've been obsessed with it for as long as I can remember. What I'm
searching for is that one moment of realisation where anything becomes possible, where you lose yourself completely. It may only happen for a split second in the night's show but it's all worth it just for that feeling.."

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ROCKET SIENCE - BURN IN HELL

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TRACKLIST

SIDE 1.
1. Burn in Hell
2. Crazy

SIDE 2:
1. Copy cat
2. six foot 4
ROCKET SIENCE

"BURN IN HELL"

7" : VR710 (EAN CODE: 7640111760474)
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Antipodean supercharged psyche-rockers are new arrivees from the fertile Australian rock'n'roll scene, Rocket Science have paid their dues back home after a series of stellar supports with the likes of You Am I, Boss Hog and The Supersuckers. In Eurpe they did tour together with 'the veins and turbonegro' Out front is the psychy, sixties swirling keyboard in mono-man DMZ/Lyres style while the whole Live show is frenetic, bug-eyed and sweaty rock- fans of The make-up won't be disappointed., their Sound NME believed to be an unapologetic take on The Who's "I can't Explain". "They have a keyboard that tips up without falling over so the giant singer can shake his thang and they have 2, count em 2, theremins! can't be bad..." the first side ist pure fast garage punk with lot's of organ and frenetic vocals...the flip side brings you more the psychadellic way of the band but still very very intence... SPIN THIS RECORD AND YOU PSYCH OUT WITH THIS FANTASTIC RECORD !!!!!!

 

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