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8 thoughts on “ Anthem For The Year 2000 - Silverchair - Neon Ballroom (CD, Album)

  1. Samunos says:
    Silverchair's third full-length release is a confusing affair that reveals a band more talented than their critics realized and more confused than their fans could gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo Australian trio never made any secret of their respect for Nirvana, and on Neon Ballroom Silverchair does one of the best impersonations of their Seattle counterparts on record.6/
  2. Akilrajas says:
    In the year Build it up for you In the year with you Never knew we were living in a world With a world that could be so sure Never knew we were living in a world With a mind that could be so small Never knew we were living in a world And the world is an open court Maybe we don't want to live in a world World who cares at all We'll.
  3. Tekazahn says:
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  4. Vudojin says:
    Silverchair ‎– Neon Ballroom Label: Epic ‎– EPC 1, Epic ‎– , Murmur ‎– EPC 1, Murmur ‎–
  5. Silverchair ‎– Neon Ballroom Label: Epic ‎– EK , Epic Records Group ‎– EK , Murmur ‎– EK
  6. "Anthem for the Year " is a song by Australian rock band Silverchair, released as the first single from their third album, Neon Ballroom. The song reached number three on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, becoming the band's sixth top-ten single and their first lead single from an album not to reach number one, a feat "Tomorrow" and "Freak" had accomplished.
  7. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Anthem for the Year by Silverchair on iHeartRadio! Anthem for the Year Neon Ballroom, 4m 22sec is an Open court Maybe we don't want to live in a world where our innocence is So short We'll make it up to you in the year with Never knew we were living in a world.
  8. Shaktijin says:
    Released as the first single for Neon Ballroom in February A song that Daniel Johns wrote as not only an Anthem for the upcoming year, (, this was written in 98) but for youth rebelling.

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