The first and, many would say, the best album I did. It was recorded in Melbourne in
1978 at Richmond Recorders. Overseen by John French, a terrific engineer, and really co-producer. It carried the suburban theme from hard rock monologue (Mug’s Game) to ballad (Campus Days).
Live material recorded at Melbourne University, June 25, 1978.
Mixed at AAV Studios, South Melbourne, July 1978.
Studio numbers were recorded and mixed at Richmond Recorders and TCS Studios Richmond.
Producer: Tony Durant
Engineers: John French & Ian McKenzie (live material)
DAVE WARNER: Vocal and Tiesco
JOHN DENNISON: Keyboards and Backing Vocals
JOHN RYAN: Lead Guitar
PAUL NOONAN: Bass Guitar and Backing Vocals
ALI JOHNSONE: Percussion
TONY DURANT: Guitar Pedal Steel and Backing Vocals
PETER SCHULTZ: Banjo
BOB SPENCER: Guitar
GAIL, DANNY, DR. PEPPER,
MARK MOFFAT, PETER NOONAN and TREVOR LUCAS: additional vocals
Eve of Destruction