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The Drones sing about South Australian mystery whilst lambasting the Australian culture machinations. The cover of the album this track resides on Feeling Kinda Free features pencil markings found in the back of a book discovered on the Taman Shud man’s person. Frontman Gareth Liddiard says of the track: The strange and baffling circumstances of his death have become one of the world’s greatest unsolved crime mysteries and have fascinated crime historians everywhere except Australia ever since.
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The Drones – ‘Taman Shud’. Perth legends The Drones have made their triumphant return with the snarling new single Taman Shud, complete with a brilliantly whacky music video. Taman Shud, which was produced and engineered by Aaron Cupples and founding Drones member Gareth Liddiard, takes aim at everything from the carbon tax to Andrew Bolt. Taman Shud is the first single from The Drones’ highly-anticipated seventh studio album, which is without an official title or release date. The album will be the follow-up to 2013’s stellar I See Seaweed.
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