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Red Sails in the Sunset (album)

Red Sails in the Sunset is an album by Midnight Oil that was released in 1984 under the Columbia Records label. This album was recorded and produced in Tokyo, Japan and is significant for becoming their first No. 1 album in Australia (it entered also the US Billboard 200). The cover image contains a striking depiction of Sydney Harbour after a hypothetical nuclear strike. This album contained tracks that were performed at their Sydney Harbour Goat Island concert in 1985 in tandem with Triple J celebrating the radio station's 10th birthday, which was simulcast on ABC Television and subsequently re-broadcast on their then-Tuesday night music program, Rock Arena. This footage later became part of Best of Both Worlds, released in 2004.

Track listing

  1. "When the Generals Talk" (Robert Hirst, James Moginie, Peter Garrett)
  2. "Best of Both Worlds" (Hirst, Moginie)
  3. "Sleep" (Moginie, Hirst, Garrett)
  4. "Minutes to Midnight" (Moginie, Garrett)
  5. "Jimmy Sharman's Boxers" (Hirst, Moginie)
  6. "Bakerman" (Hirst)
  7. "Who Can Stand in the Way" (Moginie, Garrett)
  8. "Kosciuszko" (Hirst, Moginie)
  9. "Helps Me Helps You" (Hirst, Moginie)
  10. "Harrisburg" (Moginie, Kevans)
  11. "Bells and Horns in the Back of Beyond" (Midnight Oil)
  12. "Shipyards of New Zealand" (Moginie, Garrett)

Chart positions

Year Chart Position
1984 Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart 1

Personnel

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