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The 2006 Big Day Out Album Details Launched

Big Day Out And Sonybmg Bring You The 2006 Big Day Out Album

BIG DAY OUT together with SonyBMG will kick start your summer with the release of the official 2006 BIG DAY OUT souvenir compilation album.

Showcasing the hottest local and international artists performing at Australia’s biggest touring music festival the BIG DAY OUT, this special edition compilation features 21 killer tracks from the likes of IGGY & THE STOOGES, WOLFMOTHER, THE WHITE STRIPES, FRANZ FERDINAND, SLEATER-KINNEY, THE MARS VOLTA, M.I.A., THE MAGIC NUMBERS, SOULWAX, and many more. (See below for a complete track listing.)

The 2006 BDO compilation will also feature an exclusive sneak preview of Sydney trio GERLING’s forthcoming album. For a taste of what GERLING have in store, check out the track GOOD TIMING taken from their new album set for release in March 06.

Ideal for your pre- or post-BIG DAY OUT party, the 2006 BIG DAY OUT compilation album will have you fired up for the BDO experience of a lifetime and will be the perfect accompaniment as you re-live the amazing musical memories over and over!

The official BIG DAY OUT compilation is released today Monday 19th December and is available from all good record stores.

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