The Go Set | A Journey for a Nation

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A Journey for a Nation

by The Go Set

Folk punk rock
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Fortune and Gold
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2. The Rising Tide
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3. The New Minority
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4. Swings and Roundabouts
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5. Bakery Hill
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6. Sheppards Town
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7. Catching the Sun
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8. Oceans of Blue
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9. A Story to Tell
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10. Welcome to the World
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11. Waiting for the Great Leap Forwards
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12. Journey of a Thousand Miles
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A Journey for a Nation is The Go Set's third full length album. The album was recorded in Melbourne in April 2007, with legendary Australian songwriter (and frontman for Waddings Parties Anything) Mick Thomas.

The album has so far received rave reviews around the country and debuted in the Top 10 Independent album charts.

The Go Set are a uniquely Australian band, and manage to combine the social and political landscape in their lyrics, with both traditional instruments (bagpipes, violin, accordian, mandolin) with a punk rock ethos, distorted guitars, and pounding drums.

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