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Dylan Lewis, Jane Gazzo and Leigh Whannell at the Recovery 20th Anniversary Reunion. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Dylan Lewis, Jane Gazzo and Leigh Whannell at the Recovery 20th Anniversary Reunion. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Recovery 20th Anniversary Box Due In November

by Paul Cashmere on October 13, 2016

in News

The ABC will mark the 20th anniversary of Recovery with a Recovery box set in November.

The two DVDs will feature 79 performances from the Recovery studio from Mental As Anything to Midnight Oil and Nick Cave to Natalie Imbruglia.

There will also be a 2CD 40 track edition.

The Recovery box set will document the ABCTV Saturday morning shows history from its start in 1996 until conclusion in 2000.

Recovery 20th anniversary box set

DVD 1:
1. You Am I – ‘Good Mornin’’
2. Grinspoon – ‘Just Ace’
3. Sonic Youth – ‘Wildflower Soul’
4. Gerling – ‘Death To The Apple Gerls’
5. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – ‘2 Kindsa Love’/’Flavor’
6. Spiderbait – ‘Buy Me A Pony’
7. Magic Dirt – ‘She-Riff’
8. Dave Graney ‘n’ the Coral Snakes – ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Is Where I Hide’
9. TISM – ‘Whatareya’
10. The Fauves – ‘Dogs Are The Best People’
11. Far Out Corporation – ‘Don’t Blame The Beam’
12. Custard – ‘Girls Like That (Don’t Go For Guys Like Us)’
13. They Might Be Giants – ‘Till My Head Falls Off’
14. The Cardigans – ‘Been It’
15. Frank Yamma – ‘Everybody’s Talking’
16. Deadstar – ‘Don’t Let It Get You Down’
17. The Living End – ‘Prisoner of Society’
18. Bad Religion – ‘Come Join Us’
19. Fini Scad – ‘Coppertone’
20. The Blackeyed Susans – ‘Smokin’ Johnny Cash’
21. Nick Cave – ‘Into My Arms’
22. Bluebottle Kiss – ‘Tap Dancing On The Titanic’
23. Midnight Oil – ‘Concrete’
24. Yothu Yindi – ‘Superhighway’
25. Frenzal Rhomb – ‘Mr Charisma’
26. Happyland – ‘Hello’
27. Tumbleweed – ‘Fang It’
28. Natalie Imbruglia – ‘Torn’
29. The Whitlams – ‘I Make Hamburgers’
30. Front End Loader – ‘Pulse’
31. The Saints – ‘Good Friday’
32. The Mavis’s – ‘Cry’
33. Pangaea – ‘Smile’
34. CAKE – ‘Frank Sinatra’
35. Chris Knox – ‘Not Given Lightly’
36. Clouds – ‘Here Now’
37. Big Heavy Stuff – ‘May’
38. Underground Lovers – ‘Starsigns’
39. The Dirty Three – ‘Authentic Celestial Music’
40. Screamfeeder – ‘Bridge Over Nothing’

DVD 2:
1. TISM – ‘Thunderbirds Are Coming Out’
2. Powderfinger – ‘Don’t Wanna Be Left Out’
3. Regurgitator – ‘Black Bugs’
4. Paul Kelly – ‘How To Make Gravy’
5. Kate Ceberano – ‘Pash’
6. Antenna – ‘Come On Spring’
7. Ben Lee – ‘Eight Years Old’
8. Even – ‘Stop and Go Man’
9. The Mark Of Cain – ‘Interloper’
10. Luna – ‘IHOP’
11. Jebediah – ‘Harpoon’
12. Silverchair – ‘Freak’
13. Nancy Vandal – ‘Bikini High Pool Party Massacre III’
14. The Dandy Warhols – ‘Boys Better’
15. Erasure – ‘In My Arms’
16. Crow – ‘Animal Husbandry’
17. Rebecca’s Empire – ‘So Rude’
18. Ed Kuepper – ‘All Of These Things’
19. Kim Salmon & The Surrealists – ‘I Won’t Tell’
20. The Lucksmiths – ‘Punchlines’
21. Snout – ‘Winning Smile’
22. Xylouris Ensemble – ‘My Mind The Boatman’
23. Something for Kate – ‘Working Against Me’
24. John Reed Club – ‘Stamp Duty’
25. Dinosaur Jr. – ‘Sure Not Over You’
26. Unwritten Law – ‘Superman’
27. Pollyanna – ‘Peachy Keen’
28. Ben Folds Five – ‘One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces’
29. The Porkers – ‘X-Factor’
30. The Superjesus – ‘Down Again’
31. Mental As Anything – ‘The Nips Are Getting Bigger’
32. Ammonia – ‘Sleepwalking’
33. The Tea Party – ‘Temptation’
34. Sarah McLachlan – ‘Building A Mystery’
35. Swervedriver – ‘Duel’
36. Knievel – ‘Something Good Must Come’
37. Secret Chiefs 3 – ‘Renunciation’
38. Eskimo Joe – ‘Sweater’
39. Midnight Oil – ‘Advance Australia Fair’/’Birdman’

CD 1:
1. Jebediah – ‘Leaving Home’
2. Happyland – ‘Don’t You Know Who I Am’
3. Sonic Youth – ‘Sunday’
4. The Dandy Warhols – ‘Every Day Should Be A Holiday’
5. Dave Graney ‘n’ the Coral Snakes – ‘Feelin’ Kinda Sporty’
6. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – ‘Wail’
7. Silverchair – ‘The Door’
8. Even – ‘No Surprises’
9. Spiderbait – ‘Calypso’
10. The Fauves – ‘Surf City Limits’
11. Grinspoon – ‘Champion’
12. Snout – ‘Hey Hey Hey’
13. Rebecca’s Empire – ‘Atomic Electric’
14. Midnight Oil – ‘Redneck Wonderland’
15. The Mavis’s – ‘Naughty Boy’
16. Frank Yamma – ‘Make More Spear’
17. Ben Lee – ‘Shirtless’
18. Swervedriver – ‘99th Dream’
19. You Am I – ‘Heavy Heart’
20. The Dirty Three – ‘Sue’s Last Ride’

CD 2:
1. Regurgitator – ‘! (The Song Formerly Known As)’
2. Paul Kelly – ‘Nothing On My Mind’
3. Powderfinger – ‘The Day You Come’
4. Custard – ‘Caboolture Speed Lab’
5. CAKE – ‘I Will Survive’
6. Clouds – ‘Never Say Forever’
7. Ben Folds Five – ‘Underground’
8. Tumbleweed – ‘Silver Lizard’
9. Frenzal Rhomb – ‘There’s Your Dad’
10. The Living End – ‘Second Solution’
11. The Whitlams – ‘No Aphrodisiac’
12. Screamfeeder – ‘Hi Cs’
13. Underground Lovers – ‘She Seeks Revenge’
14. Magic Dirt – ‘What Have I Done’
15. Big Heavy Stuff – ‘Big Mouth’
16. Something for Kate – ‘Captain (Million Miles an Hour)’
17. They Might Be Giants – ‘S-E-X-X-Y’
18. Bluebottle Kiss – Helping You Hate Me
19. Kim Salmon & The Surrealists – ‘You’re Such A Freak’
20. The Blackeyed Susans – ‘Blue Skies, Blue Sea’

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