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Which is released on 2003-02-11 from record company SONY MUSIC SPECIAL PRODUCTS.
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Video Session: Colin Hay - Source: LaundroMatinee Colin Hay's music was popular around the world more than a generation and a half or so ago back when he was the lead vocalist and primary songwriter for the exceptionally popular Australian pop band Men at Work. The band came to a halt in 1985, and Hay knew what it was like to have a collection of radio hits under his belt.
Did lawsuit contribute to Greg Ham death? - Source: Music-News.com When Men at Work were sued over the flute part of their giant hit Down Under, it had an adverse effect on the part's creator, Greg Ham, who felt he was losing his heritage.
Men At Work's Greg Ham 1953 "“ 2012 - Source: CMU - Complete Music Update Greg Ham, a multi-instrumentalist best known as a member of Australian band Men At Work, has died aged 58.
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Men at Work are a rock band which formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1979. The band’s best known lineup consisted of Colin Hay (vocals, guitar), Ron Strykert (guitar, vocals), John Rees (bass), Greg Ham (saxophone, flute, keyboards), and Jerry Speiser (drums). The band is best known their worldwide hit singles “Who Can It Be Now?”, “Down Under” and “Overkill”, and released three albums - “Business as Usual” (1981), “Cargo” (1983) and “Two Hearts” (1985) - before disbanding in 1985. In 1996, Hay and Ham reformed the band with replacement members. Ham was found dead in his home in April 2012, and Hay has not announced the future of the group. Learn more about Men At Work