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An Elefant Never Forgets

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Released  10 February 2003
Artist  The Herd
Producer  The Herd
Genre  Australian hip hop
Length  65:55
Release date  10 February 2003
Label  Elefant Traks
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An Elefant Never Forgets (2003)  The Sun Never Sets (2005)
Similar  The Herd albums, Australian hip hop albums

An Elefant Never Forgets is the second album by Australian hip hop band The Herd, released 10 February 2003.

Contents

The first single released from the album, "Burn Down the Parliament", was meant to be interpreted metaphorically, but unfortunately was released the same week as the devastating Canberra bushfires in 2003.

The second track released, "77%", featured the line "77% of Aussies are racist", referring to the number of Australians announced in a survey that agreed with the Australian federal government's response to the Tampa affair, and also directly attacked the perceived racism of a number of Australian radio talkback hosts, caused a small stir which gained the track more publicity.

"77%" scored well on the Triple J Hottest 100 of 2003, coming in at #46.

Track listing

  1. "The Plunderers" - 4:01
  2. "States Of Transit" - 4:03
  3. "Burn Down The Parliament" - 3:53
  4. "Superweeds" - 4:03
  5. "Urban Lady Saloon" - 3:05
  6. "77%" - 4:18
  7. "Hunter's Theme" - 5:20
  8. "The After Party Brigade" - 3:02
  9. "The World Keeps Turning" - 4:32
  10. "Hell" - 4:03
  11. "When You Thought Nothing Was Happening" - 3:09
  12. "Croissant Para Zwei Na Cvrtek" - 4:59
  13. "High Seas" - 4:15
  14. "LG" - 5:23
  15. "Taki Taki" - 4:22
  16. "Ray of Sun" - 3:27

Songs

1The Plunderers4:06
2State of Transit3:50
3Burn Down the Parliament3:55

References

An Elefant Never Forgets Wikipedia


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