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Who is Magic Dirt?
Magic Dirt are an Australian rock band, which formed in 1991 in Geelong, Victoria, with Daniel Herring on guitar, Adam Robertson on drums, Adalita Srsen on vocals and guitar, and Dean Turner on bass guitar. Initially known as Deer Bubbles and then The Jim Jims, they were renamed as Magic Dirt in 1992. Their top 40 releases on the ARIA Albums Chart are Friends in Danger, What Are Rockstars Doing Today, Tough Love and Snow White. They have received nine ARIA Music Award nominations including four at the ARIA Music Awards of 1995 for Life Was Better – their second extended play. Turner died in August 2009 of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans. As from 2011, the band is on hiatus with no immediate plans to tour or record.
- member of musical group Magic Dirt & Richard Franklin
- genres: Rock music, Indie rock
- albums: "Signs of Satanic Youth", "Life Was Better", "Magic Dirt", "Friends in Danger", "Sparrow", "Rabbit With Fangs", "She-Riff", "Young and Full of the Devil", "Dirty Jeans", "What Are Rock Stars Doing Today", "Pace It", "Supagloo", "Tough Love", "Plastic Loveless Letter", "All My Crushes", "Locket", "Snow White", "I Love the Rain", "Beast", "Roky's Room", "Girl", "White Boy EP", "Dirty Water / Goofy Gumb"
- official website: www.magicdirt.com
- "Magic Dirt": Magic Dirt is an album by Australian alternative rock band Magic Dirt released in the U.S. on the Dirt label. It compiles the band's first two Australian-released EPs Signs of Satanic Youth and Life Was Better along with additional tracks.
- genre: Alternative rock
- released in (19 years ago)
- "Magic Dirt" is a musical EP of Magic Dirt.
- released on (8 years ago)
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