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Holy Grail - Hunters and Collectors

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Uploaded on Jul 16, 2008

Holy Grail - Hunters and Collectors.
Hunters & Collectors were an Australian rock band, formed in Melbourne in 1981, led by principal songwriter Mark Seymour. They were noted for songs such as "Throw Your Arms Around Me", "Talking to a Stranger", "Holy Grail", and "Say Goodbye", and were renowned as one of the best live acts in Australia until they disbanded in 1998.

The band took its name from "Hunters & Collectors", a song by the German band Can on the album Landed. As that suggests, the original band was influenced by the Krautrock genre and the productions of Conny Plank, featuring strong percussive influences, noisy guitar, and driving bass lines. The sound was in the vein of Remain in Light, the Talking Heads album of 1980.

The band was also noted for its distinctive logo, a H & C symbol, where the "&" was twin snakes entwined around a hunting knife, a variation of the Caduceus which first featured on the Human Frailty album.
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