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    1Thrills, Kills and Sunday Pills [2004]
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    3Licker Bottle Cozy [1996]
    4Guide to Better Living [1997]
    5New Detention [2002]
    6Easy [1999]
    7Black Rabbits
    8Green EP [1996]
    9Pedestrian [1997]
    10Pushing Buttons [1998]


    Grinspoon are an Australian alternative/metal/hard rock/punk rock band from Lismore, fronted by Phil Jamieson. Founded in 1995, they came to fame when they were Unearthed by Triple J thanks to their track Sickfest. This won them the competition for the Lismore area.

    As a result they gained considerable airplay, and their popularity with Triple J fans grew. Over the coming years, mainstream radio also began to promote them and play their tracks regularly.

    Their 2002 album New Detention debuted and peaked at #2 on the Australian ARIAnet albums chart. They also released an EP in 2003 titled Panic Attack (containing a cover of INXS's song "Don't Change"), which debuted and peaked at #13 on the ARIAnet singles chart. In 2004, they released a new single, "Hard Act To Follow", which reached the top 30 in the singles chart. It was from a new album entitled, Thrills, Kills & Sunday Pills, which debuted at #4 in the album charts. A second single, "Better Off Alone", has recently been released, also reaching the top 30. The next single will be "Hold On Me".

    Recently, Phil was a guest vocalist on part three ("I'm Losing You") of supergroup The Wrights' cover of Stevie Wright's (lead singer of The Easybeats) "Evie" (which consists of three parts). The first part was first performed at the 2004 ARIA awards. The supergroup features members of many other Australian rock bands.

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