Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Dogs in Space - Various Artists



Dogs in Space is a 1987 Australian film set in the post punk
underground scene in Melbourne in 1979.
Directed by Richard Lowenstein and staring Michael Hutchence
as Sam, the drug-addled frontman of the fictitious band from
which the film takes its name.
I have fond memories of this film, going to see it was in fact the
first date for me and my wife, one which I picked and no doubt
told her a few things about me and my tastes in music.
The now long out of print soundtrack is a winner.
Packed with songs from the era, plus some songs from the film
and some tracks from artists from the Melbourne scene,
its a great nostalgia trip.



Track List

Side One:

  1. "Dog Food" Iggy Pop
  2. "Dogs In Space" Michael Hutchence
  3. "Win/Lose" Ollie Olsen
  4. "Anthrax"Gang Of Four
  5. "Skysaw" Brian Eno
  6. "True Love" Marching Girls
  7. "Shivers" Boys Next door

Side Two:

  1. "Diseases" Thrush & the ##nts
  2. "Pumping Ugly Muscle" The Primitive Calculators
  3. "Golf Course" Michael Hutchence
  4. "The Green Dragon" Michael Hutchence
  5. "Shivers" Marie Hoy & Friends
  6. "Endless Sea" Iggy Pop
  7. "Rooms For The Memory" Michael Hutchence


Download Here

Pw Ausrock

15 comments:

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Newrace said...

Thanks Bob,

I think I already have this one...but thanks anyway..great soundtrack

Cheers

Anonymous said...

thx for this !!

was searching a while for these now

Martín said...

Hi there, i have this, but thanks for share!

I'm an INXS fan and i like to inform to everyone i make my own forum entirely dedicated to INXS, there you can find there rare stuff (for free, of course) as many bootlegs concerts and rare and live videos too in direct download (Rapidshare & Megaupload), so come on and join us!

http://inxs.losforosgratis.com

Martín

Russ said...

Hi Bob!
Thank you so much!! you have saved me a lot of frustration in tracking down this no longer available album. I bought the album on cassette twice and wore both of them to the wheels, lol. Also I must commend you on the recording quality that you have graced us with, these are pristine. Now, on to a bigger task: finding the movie! I found a couple of copies but they are the australian dvd releases from some years back and are asking almost $200 (and since I am in the U.S. and I don't have a PAL system just lying about I can't really justify it, lol).
Once again, thanks a ton!!
--Russ--

Bob, Brisbane, Australia said...

No problem Matt happy to keep this wonderful record in circulation
ciao bob

Rob said...

Hi Bob. Thanks for the great site. I've been searching for an electronic copy of the Dogs In Space soundtrack to supplement my aging cassette version for [too many] years. Just one question, what is the passphrase for the archive from Rapidshare?

Cheers - Rob

Bob, Brisbane, Australia said...

Hi rob i highlighted the pw in a better colour under the download link
its Ausrock.
Glad you enjoy the blog
ciao bob

Mona said...

Do you ever catch this? Would like to hear the commentary by Ollie Olsen on the new DVD. Kami has written a good review here.
Regards/

Bob, Brisbane, Australia said...

thanks mona you have given an idea for a post

Mona said...

I am hoping that is something by Ollie's band NO!
Regards/

Mona said...

...But it did make we want to listen to Max Q!
Regards/

Bob, Brisbane, Australia said...

there may be a post very soon mona

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Mickster said...

Damn, I'm a bit late it seems .. as links not working.

Any idea if you have any plans on it's return in the near future ?