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    Inshalla

    Inshalla is the fourth studio album by Australian rock band Eskimo Joe, released on 29 May 2009. The first single from the album is "Foreign Land", which was released in April 2009. A special limited edition 2CD release of the album contains live versions of songs from their previous album, Black Fingernails, Red Wine, and is only on sale in the band's home state of Western Australia. The album debuted at number one on the Australian ARIA Charts. In an interview with Australian radio station Triple J, lead singer Kav Temperley explained his choice of an Arabic word for the album title. Inshalla explores a very different sound for Eskimo Joe. The band have mentioned that they were at a stage where they wanted to do something different musically and also in their personal lives. In an interview Joel Quartermain explains The band has been in the studio since 2008 working on new material. Two early demos during the recording sessions were leaked onto YouTube. The band later confirmed that they were only released on the site for a maximum of 24 hours. The songs were titled "Childhood Behaviour" and "Losing My Mind". During a live performance the title of the album was announced and so
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    A Song Is a City

    A Song Is a City is the second studio album by Australian rock band Eskimo Joe, released on 17 May 2004. The debut single "From the Sea" made it to the top 40 of the Australian singles charts and was number one on the Triple J Net 50 between March and May. The album A Song Is a City debuted on the ARIA Australian top 50 album chart at number 2 on 24 May 2004. The track "Smoke" was released as the second single and reached the top 5 in the Net 50 in May 2004. The third single released was "Older Than You", which returned them to the Australian Top 50. There was also a fourth single, "Life Is Better with You". The album has been certified 2x Platinum in Australia. Eskimo Joe recorded the album with Paul McKercher on production. Vocalist and bassist Kavyen Temperley said on the Festival Mushroom Records website that the album is based on his experiences living in Fremantle. The whole album is really about me, my friends, the people I love, and Fremantle. It's the stories that go on between us. It's similar to the people in every place all over the world. For me, that's what I'm writing about. I'm definitely not writing about New York. I'm writing about Fremantle. All songs written and
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    Eskimo Joe

    Eskimo Joe is the first DVD from Eskimo Joe that was released on 29 August 2005. All songs written and composed by Eskimo Joe.
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    Girl

    Girl is the debut album by Eskimo Joe, released on 20 August 2001. The album reached number 29 on the Australian (ARIA) Album Charts and went gold. The album was nominated for four ARIA Awards. The album features the two heavily played Triple J songs "Wake Up" and "Who Sold Her Out", with the latter reaching number 94 on the ARIA Singles Charts. "Sydney Song" featured on an advertisement for Kit Kat, in which a man carried a novelty sized Kit Kat around, to promote the Kit Kat Chunky. This also assisted in sales of the band's album, Girl. All songs written and composed by Eskimo Joe.
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    Black Fingernails, Red Wine

    Black Fingernails, Red Wine is the third studio album by Eskimo Joe, released on 10 June 2006. The album became their first Australian ARIA Albums Chart #1, debuting at that spot on the chart week of 19 June 2006. The album has been certified 4x Platinum in Australia. It is their best selling album to date. The album was released as the band's debut album in the United States on 25 September 2007. In early 2007 a special edition of the album was released featured a bonus remix EP which was originally sold at Eskimo Joe concerts during their Beating like a Drum tour. To record the album the band enlisted sound engineer, Matt Lovell (The Mess Hall, Jebediah, Sleepy Jackson) and also stepped up to the desk and took on production duties themselves for the first time. The album is noted for being heavily influenced by the production techniques and sound of early 80's rock, with many similarities to vintage Icehouse and INXS. James Law guested on keyboards on the album, and, in Juice Magazine, referred to his contributions as "funkalicous '80s cult of snap jam pumping flavas." This has led to Tony Martin (Get This, Triple M), back-announcing their songs by calling them 'INXSkimo Joe'.
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    Ghosts of the Past

    Ghosts of the Past is the fifth studio album by Australian rock band Eskimo Joe, released on 12 August 2011. It is the band's first album to be released on their independent record label, Dirt Diamonds Productions. In an interview with the band, they described the album's sound as less polished than their previous album. Recording for the album began in late 2010 and finished in February 2011. The first track to be released and heard from the album's recording sessions was "When We Were Kids". On 24 June 2011, the first single titled "Love is a Drug" was released for download on iTunes and to radio stations across Australia. All songs written and composed by Eskimo Joe.
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    Eskimo Joe EP

    Eskimo Joe is the self-titled second EP by Eskimo Joe, released on 8 July 1999. "Turn Up Your Stereo" and "Ruby Wednesday" received plenty of airplay on Australian youth radio station Triple J reaching #39 and #99 respectively on the Triple J Hottest 100 of 1999. All songs written and composed by Eskimo Joe.
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    Sweater

    Sweater is the debut EP by Eskimo Joe, released in April 1998. The title track "Sweater" received plenty of airplay on Australian youth radio station Triple J, reaching #33 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 1998. The music video for the song "14Hz" contains Claire Hooper, one of the team captains on the news-based comedy quiz show television show, 'Good News Week'. All songs written and composed by Eskimo Joe.
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    Beating Like a Drum: Remix EP

    Beating like a Drum is the third EP by Eskimo Joe, released on 4 August 2007. It was originally only available at shows on their 'Beating like a Drum' national tour. The EP features six original Eskimo Joe tracks remixed by: Dexter, Sneaky Sound System, Teenager, P-Money, Bumblebeez and a mash-up of "Black Fingernails, Red Wine" and "From the Sea" by Nick Launay. All songs written and composed by Eskimo Joe.
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