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Melbourne is a compilation album by the Models, recorded in the early 1980s and released in 2001. The album was distributed by Shock Records.
The album was compiled by dedicated Models fan, Mark Burchett (a band booking agent for Premier Artists), who compiled sixteen cuts of the Models' material before they signed with Mushroom Records, consisting of demos, studio cuts and live tracks with the assistance of Melbourne public radio station 3RRRFM. The liner notes for the album are written by Australian Rock historian Ian McFarlane.
"Body Shop" - 5:37
"Current Affair" - 3:30
"Whisper Through The Wall" - 3:43
"Party Girls" - 4:58
"Atlantic Romantic" - 5:09
"The Other People Incident" - 5:27
"Golden Arches" - 3:59
"John From Earth" - 4:32
"Brave New World" - 3:46
"Early Morning Brain (It's not quite the same as Sobriety)" - 4:26
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Even the Bureau of Meteorology's Facebook page has been pulled by the US-based Big Tech company, along with crucial health information pages from the Queensland, South Australian and ACT governments ... The Bureau of Meteorology's posts have been removed from Facebook after the social media giant blocked all content from Australian news outlets.
Two had to be rescued after attempting to drive through flood waters in SouthMelbourne and Bendigo, while one person was trapped in a house in Avoca in the state's Central Highlands. Some areas received as much as 70mm of rain while Melbourne was dumped with 40mm... 'Melbourne metro ...
The Victorian State Emergency Service fielded 627 calls in the 24 hours to 9.30am Monday after a severe weather and wind warning was declared for parts of Melbourne and surrounding areas ...Wind gusts reached 113km/h at St Kilda, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. Melbourne storm warning follows extreme fire danger in northern Victoria.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued severe thunderstorm warnings, including hail and damaging winds, for parts of Victoria and New South Wales from Saturday evening through to Monday ... Other parts of Victoria, including Melbourne, were likely to be hit on Sunday, the bureau said.
An extreme fire warning has been issued for the Mallee and Wimmera districts in Victoria, as wild weather was tipped to batter Melbourne on Sunday. The Bureau of Meteorology (Bom) on Sunday noted extreme fire danger ratings for the Mallee and the Wimmera and severe fire danger warnings for the northern country and north central regions.
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