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Leaping to fame with their surprise 1999 hit ”Exerciser, Rhubarb entered the top 20 of Triple J’s Hottest 100, cementing over 15,000 sales and counting, of their debut album Kamikaze. Rhubarb have also enjoyed other Triple J radio hits with ”Pennywise” (1999), ”Light On Your Shoulder” (2002), and ”Start Again” (2005).

Brisbane’s Rhubarb have an enviable position in the Australian music scene, having success on their own terms and carving out a niche as a career band with respect as both songwriters and performers.

The unique chemistry between brothers Steve and Dave Drinkall ignites with the production nous of guitarist Caleb James and stick work of Ian Buchanan, rounding out a four-piece that creates its own sound.

Edited by supergurg on 23 Sep 2006, 04:07

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