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Ammonia

Ammonia

Alternative Rock

Australia
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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Ammonia was an alternative rock band from Perth, Western Australia which made a name for itself in the 1990s, producing a mixture of grunge and guitar pop (a sound they described as "pop-metal"). The group began in 1992, initially considering the name "Glorious Noise Earthquake", but selected Ammonia for its simplicity after stumbling across the word in a science textbook.

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In A Box

Ammonia
In A Box [E.P.]

?? October 1994
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'In A Box' is an E.P. and the first release by Ammonia.

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Mint 400

Ammonia
Mint 400 [Album]

16 October 1995
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'Mint 400' is the debut album by Ammonia. The album takes its title from an auto race described in Hunter S. Thompson's book 'Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas'. The album was produced by legendary American producer Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Slayer). Recorded in ten days at Festival Studios in Sydney, the recording captured the band's live sound, avoiding excessive overdubs and studio manipulation. Mint 400 was an immediate hit in Australia, debuting in the National Album charts at Number 15. The album went out of print in March 2002.

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Eleventh Avenue

Ammonia
Eleventh Avenue [Album]

8 May 1998
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'Eleventh Avenue' is the second and final studio album by Ammonia. It was a very different album to their previous effort, Mint 400, moving away from grunge-inspired guitar rock to include harmonies, samples and psychedelic keyboards. The album was recorded and produced by Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev), a choice made by the band in part due to the lack of control the band had over the first album. The album failed to chart as well as its predecessor, only reaching #20 on the National Album charts, out turned out to be the band's last album.

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