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Motor Ace were an Australian alternative rock band. The lineup consisted of: Patrick Robertson (vocals/guitar), Damian Birchall-Costin (drums), Matt Balfe (bass/backing vocals) and Dave Ong (guitar/backing vocals).

The group was formed in 1998 and released three studio albums before disbanding in late 2005. Motor Ace received heavy radio rotation in Australia especially at Triple J early in their career as well as promotion for their touring schedule. This resulted in their debut album, Five Star Laundry debuting… read more

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  • Avatar for EvermoreRocks
    this band still gives me life.. i had that the best bands are underrated.
  • Avatar for antigravity
    Posted the video to A Little Closer on Youtube - http://youtu.be/60Vv5TKmXJw
  • Avatar for lady_peace
    I miss this band so much. I have dreams about seeing them live (seriously, in dreams I'm often at Motor Ace gigs). [1]
  • Avatar for westriot
    No-one who grew up listening to them will forget them.
  • Avatar for MarchOfClouds
    I swear, their plays keep going down. It's really sad when an amazing band is forgotten.
  • Avatar for MarchOfClouds
    I miss this band so much. I have dreams about seeing them live (seriously, in dreams I'm often at Motor Ace gigs).
  • Avatar for djskein79
    Saw their last show ever held on New Year's Eve at Gloucester Park in Perth. Was the first concert I went to .
  • Avatar for like_a_call
    I would have liked to have seen Money and Sympathy on the DVD but the 8 minute long version of Chromakey is just as awesome!
  • Avatar for EvermoreRocks
    so its true, motor ace has got a DVD imma gonna buy it on Saturday with that 70s show =)
  • Avatar for MarchOfClouds
    I'm disappointed that neither 'Feathers' nor 'When the Feeling's Gone' appeared on the DVD, although that was to be expected. It's my fault for favouring the lesser known tracks... but otherwise, I love it. Thank you, Motor Ace, for being so unbelievably awesome.

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