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Frenzal Rhomb discography. The Unwanted Traveller' (South Africa release on Revolution) (2003) (split with Fuzigish). Forever Malcolm Young (2006) (film clip only). All of the above singles were released as CD singles only, unless stated.
The album was the first Frenzal LP to be certified gold in Australia. The LP A Man's Not A Camel was released in Australia in March 1999 and was supported by a nationwide tour. Lex Feltham left Frenzal Rhomb without warning in April 2002. The band claimed many stories about why he left, including one that he was fired after thinking that Frenzal Rhomb should incorporate synth and keyboard work. The last song he recorded with the band was a cover of Midnight Oil's "The Dead Heart" for a tribute album. split with Fuzigish 'The Unwanted Traveller' (South Africa release on Revolution) (2003).
Fuzigish - Scratching. Frenzal Rhomb & Fuzigish - The Unwanted Traveller (Split). Top Songs By Fuzigish. 1. Question Everything.
The Unwanted Traveller' (South Africa release on Revolution) (2003) (split with Fuzigish). Frenzal Rhomb is an Australian punk rock band that formed in 1992, with Jason Whalley on lead vocals and rhythm guitar during this entire period. In 1996, Lindsay McDougall joined the line-up on lead guitar and backing vocals. Three of the group's albums have entered the top 20 on the ARIA Albums Chart: A Man's Not a Camel (1999), Hi-Vis High Tea (2017) and Smoko At The Pet Food Factory (2011). Hi-Vis High Tea reached 9th position in the charts, sandwiched between two Ed Sheeran albums.
Artist: Frenzal Rhomb Album: Sorry About the Ruse Year: 1994 Genre: Punk Bitrate: 192K/s Channels: 44100Hz Joint Stereo Codec: Fraunhofer. Tracklist: 1. Fuck The System (1:47) 2. Can't Trust A Redneck (2:18) 3. Why Aren't You Dead (2:42).