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Martin Rotsey

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Birth name  Martin Rotsey
Genres  Rock, alternative rock
Instruments  Guitar
Role  Guitarist
Origin  Sydney, Australia
Occupation(s)  Musician
Name  Martin Rotsey
Music group  Midnight Oil
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Years active  1977–2002, 2006–present
Movies  Midnight Oil: Diesel and Dust
Albums  Diesel and Dust, 10 - 9 - 8 - 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1, Blue Sky Mining, Place without a Postcard, Earth and Sun and Moon
Similar People  Jim Moginie, Rob Hirst, Peter Gifford, Bones Hillman, Peter Garrett

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Martin Rotsey is an Australian guitarist, and was a member of the rock band Midnight Oil from 1977 until the band's dissolution in 2002.


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In 2006, he joined fellow Midnight Oil member Rob Hirst's projects Ghostwriters and The Angry Tradesmen. He is also featured – together with Hirst – on the track "Around the world" from fellow Midnight Oil guitarist Jim Moginie's solo debut album "Alas Folkloric".

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In 2010 Rotsey teamed up with two other former members of Midnight Oil, Hirst and Moginie, and Violent Femmes bass player Brian Ritchie to form a new surf rock band, The Break. Their debut album Church of the Open Sky was released on 16 April 2010 on the independent label Bombora, distributed by MGM. A tour of Australia followed.

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Beds Are Burning
Blue Sky Mine
The Dead Heart
Put Down That Weapon
King of the Mountain
Surf's Up Tonight
Forgotten Years
No Time for Games
When the Generals Talk
Basement Flat
US Forces
Read About It
River Runs Red
Redneck Wonderland
Jimmy Sharman's Boxers
Stars of Warburton
Blossom and Blood
Run by Night
Mountains of Burma
Bedlam Bridge
Nothing Lost - Nothing Gained
Outbreak of Love
Too Much Sunshine
Cold Cold Change
Used and Abused
Love Calls Love


Martin Rotsey Wikipedia