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Diesel – Everybody’s Talking

by Noise11.com on November 15, 2017

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Mark Lizotte aka Diesel is one of Australia’s most respected musicians.

We first heard Diesel on Jimmy Barnes’ solo albums of the late 80s. His first album, ‘Johnny Diesel and the Injectors’ released in 1989, featured the hits songs ‘Don’t Need Love’, ‘Cry In Shame’ and ‘Lookin For Love’.

His solo album ‘Hepfidelity’ went to number one in Australia and featured more hits with ‘Tip of my Tongue’, ‘Man Alive’ and ‘Come To Me’.

Diesel’s album is ‘Let It Fly’. He performs ‘Everybody’s Talking’ at Noise11.

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