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y separately published work icon Crunch Time : Shoot the DJ Live at Impies single work   lyric/song  
Issue Details: First known date: 1983... 1983 Crunch Time : Shoot the DJ Live at Impies
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  • Recorded live at the Imperial Hotel, Armidale (NSW), in 1983, but not released until almost twenty-two years after Shoot the DJ disbanded, Crunch Time showcases one of the New England (NSW) region's leading theatrical rock bands of the Australian pub-rock era (ca. 1970s and 1980s).


    1. 'Finger In The Sky' (Djubal/Rummery/Anderson/Mirza/Mitchell).

    2. 'I Found That Essence Rare' (Gang of Four).

    3/4. 'Street People' (Djubal).

    5. 'Put The Boy Down' (James/Djubal).

    6. 'Frizzy Lizzy's Fun Factory' (Djubal).

    7. 'How Does It Feel, Mary?' (Djubal).

    8. 'Buntline Single Six' (Djubal).

    9. 'James Bond Theme' (Norman).

    10. '(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone' (Boyce/Hart).

    11. 'Wilcannia' (Djubal).

    12. 'When Only The Best Will Do' (Djubal).

    13. 'Paradise' (Bailey).

    14. 'Keeping Beat' (Djubal).

    15. 'On The Nullarbor' (Djubal).

    16. 'Cop Out' (Djubal).


* Contents derived from the Brisbane, Queensland,:Have Gravity Will Threaten , 2007 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'On the Nullabor', Clay Djubal , Clay Djubal (composer), 1978 single work lyric/song
'Cop Out', Clay Djubal , Clay Djubal (composer), 1979 single work lyric/song

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First known date: 1983
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