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Best of Both Worlds - Oils on the Water


Download links and information about Best of Both Worlds - Oils on the Water by Midnight Oil. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:12:42 minutes.

Artist: Midnight Oil
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, World Music, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:12:42
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No. Title Length
1. Best of Both Worlds (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 4:05
2. When the Generals Talk (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 3:35
3. Minutes to Midnight (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 3:48
4. Sleep (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 5:06
5. Only the Strong (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 5:41
6. Short Memory (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 4:51
7. Kosciusko (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 4:25
8. U.S. Forces (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 4:08
9. Jimmy Sharman's Boxers (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 6:28
10. Back on the Borderline (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 3:05
11. Tin Legs and Tin Mines (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 4:57
12. Don't Wanna Be the One (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 2:59
13. Power & The Passion (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 6:25
14. Read About It (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 4:10
15. Harrisburg (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 3:00
16. Stand in Line (Live from Goat Island, 1985) 5:59



At last — Midnight Oil captured live at the peak of their prowess! Recorded on the Red Sails in the Sunset tour, Best of Both Worlds contains the best of Midnight Oil's material — the songs from Red Sails and 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 — right before Diesel and Dust and a certain song about burning beds turned them into international one-hit wonders. No, this collection is from Pete Garrett's political heyday — when he wouldn't think twice about stopping a show in mid-song if his audience was misbehaving in his mind. A time when he wouldn't think twice about using Midnight Oil's arena-ready rock to encapsulate his political polemic. This was the tightest band on the planet for a time — and this was that time. "US Forces," "When the Generals Talk," "Tin Legs and Tin Mines," "Power & the Passion," "Short Memory," "Only the Strong" — and, of course, the showstopping, "Jimmy Sharman's Boxers." The list of highlights goes on and on. Anyone who was fortunate enough to see an early Oil show knows how dynamic and furious this record is just from having been there. For any other fans of the band, forget about the burning bed song not being on here: this is a better record for it. Best of Both Worlds is the sound of a legendary live band at the top of the their legendary live game. And as this collection clearly shows, they were ready for their close up.