The Perfect Crime is the eighth studio album by Australian rock band Cold Chisel. It was released on 2 October 2015. It was the first album not to feature a contribution from drummer Steve Prestwich, who died of a brain tumour in January 2011. The album peaked at number 2 on the Australian charts and number 7 in New Zealand. Recording for the album was done in two sessions in 2014 and 2015. Initial recording was done in Barnes' home studio, with the band working six hours a day on each song.
It’s a rock’n’roll record, think 1960s garage rock with boogie woogie piano, disco, surf music and even rockabilly flavours. And its vintage Cold Chisel. Why make a 60s garage rock’n’roll record? Because we’re in our 60s and we made it in my garage, Barnes quips. The Perfect Crime has been introduced by the single Lost, which Walker co-wrote with Wes Carr, and the album is populated with those kind of songs Chisel fans want to sing at the top of their lungs, arm-in-arm with their mates. It also features possibly the first lyrical use of Chiko Roll, if you wanted any further evidence of just what an astute chronicler the band’s chief songwriter is of Australia, its characters and its haunts.
Cold is the debut studio album by American alternative metal band Cold. The album produced two singles: "Go Away" and "Give. Regarding the album's producer Ross Robinson, vocalist Scooter Ward stated "Ross is, to me, the best metal producer you can get. He just drags the heaviness out of everything, like with Slipknot. It’s amazing what he does. When you record with Ross one time, you gotta give it your all. You have to go off like you would onstage.
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It’s All Good Lyrics. Take another motherfucking hit of LSD Let all the love inside the world belong to you Well, I can't understand just why you went away Too young to feel the pain and bitterness of love. Well, I can never understand a motherfucking word you'd ever say And all the people that you hurt came down on you And I can't understand just why you went away I sat and waited for the day you'd come back home.