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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Have The Right To Remain Silent on Discogs/5(15).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Radiators - You Have The Right To Remain Silent at Discogs. Complete your The Radiators collection/5(22).
  3. You Have the Right to Remain Silent, an EP by The Radiators. Released in June on WEA (catalog no. RADI; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rock, Pub Rock.
  4. Set on the stunning Jimbour Plains, Big Skies is an annual event celebrating the sights, tastes and unique experiences that our region has to offer. Thousands of festival goers visit the region for a week of extraordinary events including camp oven dinners, a cinema under the stars, beautiful Western Downs food and fibre and a rock concert with some of Australia’s greatest rock legends.
  5. Mar 24,  · The Radiators didn’t have the same ambition but, nevertheless, snuck in their cynicism disguised as humour, and created quite a few winning tunes. Those first three albums and one mini LP (“You Have the Right to Remain Silent” – every kid, including this one, had a copy of that mini LP) hold a multitude of minor treasures.
  6. "Comin' Home" is a song written by Geoff Turner and recorded by Australian band The Radiators. The song was released in September as the band's debut single, which peaked at number 33 on the Australian Kent Music Report.
  7. You Have the Right to Remain Silent is the debut extended play by Australian band The ep was released in June and includes three tracks from the band's debut studio album Feel the Heat, released a year ep peaked at number 58 on the Australian Albums Chart and was certified platinum.. Track listing.
  8. Jul 29,  · A little further down the track their Albums “Feel the Heat” and “You Have the Right to Remain Silent” scored double Platinum. The Radiators was now an incorporated Company. When rolled around Mick Buckley moved on, had overseas success and keyboardist Brendan departed.

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