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Prelusive EP

The Prelusive EP was the independent debut release by Australian singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko.

A video was made for "Your Way", and the song received a great deal of airplay on youth radio station Triple J.

The EP is called 'Prelusive' "because that means introductory, from the word 'Prelude', which is a musical term meaning a short, independent composition" said Blasko in a 2003 interview "And so I thought that word really fit because [the EP] is relatively short- only six songs, and it’s independent, and it’s a composition, or a number of compositions."

The EP was re-released by Sarah's new label Dew Process (UMA DEW90062) on March 31, 2003.

Track listing

  1. "Your Way" – 4:04
  2. "Will You Ever Know" – 3:45
  3. "Be Tonight" – 4:59
  4. "Sweet Surrender" – 4:24
  5. "Follow The Sun" – 4:16
  6. "New Religion" – 4:51
  7. All tracks written by Sarah Blasko except tracks 1 & 2 written by Sarah & Nicholas Schneider, and tracks 4 & 5 written by Sarah and Hugh Wilson.

Studio Crew

  • Sarah Blasko - vox, guitar, keyboards
  • Nicholas Schneider - guitar, keyboards, programming, flute
  • Willem New - bass
  • Jeff De Araujo - drums
  • Hugh Wilson - keyboards, guitar
  • Mixed by Steve Francis, mastered by Adam McElnea.

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