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Released in mid 2001 this piece of celtic-punk inspired power-pop received large amounts of radio airplay across Australia particularly on independent community radio stations during prime time shows such as breakfast and sunset evening slots. It was also broadcast at rallies & protests that support refugees.

The song was written in response to the biased anti-refugee media coverage and the government campaign to scapegoat refugees and distract Australians from paying closer attention to the government's unpopular actions.

Stylistically it differs from previously released EYE material. Primary musical influences were early '80s Midnight Oil and the Clash.

Other EYE tracks and albums can be heard via www.EyeMusic.info or eyenoise.bandcamp.com/releases

EYE music on YouTube: www.youtube.com/EYEmusique and DailyMotion: www.dailymotion.com/EYE-music-band-songs


Other EYE tracks and albums can be heard via:

- http://www.EyeMusic.info
- http://www.EYE.audio
- http://eyenoise.bandcamp.com/releases
- EYE's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/EYEmusique/videos
- EYE's Daily Motion channel: http://www.dailymotion.com/EYE-music-band-songs
- https://soundcloud.com/eye-music-songs
- http://www.reverbnation.com/eyebandmusic
- http://www.AustralianGothicIndustrialMusic.com/bands/eye-band-music-songs-videos.html



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