Midnight Oil - 2017-10-06 - Oils At The Reef - Tanks Arts Centre
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- midnight oil oils at the reef 2017 tanks arts centre great barrier reef environment global warming greenpeace australia queensland
- 2017-11-14 22:25:59 GMT
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Here is an excellent performance by Midnight Oil. Protect the Great Barrier Reef!!! Please enjoy, share with friends and PLEASE seed for a while, i need your help. Same for the hundreds of other uploads i did and that are still well seeded, do not hit and run but leave your computer running for a while. Oh, and be kind, download maximum 2 or 3 of my uploads at the same time, not 10 or 20 simultanuously... =========================================================================== Midnight Oil Oils At The Reef Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns, Queensland, Australia 2017-10-06 Linage: Foxtel > Aver GameCapture II HD > MP4 > VideoRedo (trim only) > You (video: 1920x1080 Codec H264 MPEG-4 AVC, Audio: Stereo 48000Hz AC3 384kb/s Runtime: 01:15:28) 01. Surfing With A Spoon 02. Sometimes 03. Koala Spirit 04. Ships of Freedom 05. Short Memory 06. Blue Sky Mine 07. No Time For Games 08. Dreamworld 09. Antarctica 10. Read About It 11. Progress From TheMusic(Au): Midnight Oil have always used our music to talk about things we believe are important," frontman Peter Garrett said. "We believe the future of the Great Barrier Reef is clearly on the line. We're at the eleventh hour for our most important natural asset. As the largest living organism in our world the reef is a treasure of extraordinary beauty itself but it's also a symbol of greater questions we all have to answer. "Some parts of the Reef are already being killed off by catastrophic climate change and other parts would be damaged by bad federal government policy that prioritises short term corporate profit above all else. "So we're looking forward to getting together with our friends in Cairns and all doing our bit to share some information, provoke more conversation and make change while there's still time."