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Runnin' Wild (Airbourne album)

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Runnin' Wild (Airbourne album)

Studio album by Airbourne
Released23 June 2007
StudioBlue Moon Studios, Woodland Hills, California, Henson Studios , Hollywood, California
GenreHard rock , heavy metal
Length36 : 40
LabelCapitol (Australia) Roadrunner (rest of the world)
ProducerBob Marlette

If you want great Rock 'n Roll-loud, hard and fast with great guitar work, sing-along choruses and heavy drum beats, Airbourne's runnin' Wild is to satisfy. From epic opening of Stand Up For Rock 'n Roll, to catchy choruses of diamond in Rough or cheap Wine and Cheaper Women, to flat-out rock energy of these songs, this is great ALBUM. I'd personally prefer guitar solos to be bit longer, since I like playing / listening to longer, more indulgent solos, but whatever. This is ALBUM Rock! If you want old-school Rock treat, you're gonna dig THIS.

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Airbourne is Australian hard rock band formed in Warrnambool in 2003. Mainstay members are Joel o'keeffe on lead and lead guitar, and his brother Ryan o'keeffe on drums. They were later joined by Justin Street on bass and backing vocals. David Roads was also mainstay member until leaving band in April 2017-Harri Harrison was announced as his replacement. Their debut album, Runnin' Wild, was released in June 2007 and peaked in top 30 on ARIA Albums Chart. It appeared on United Kingdom Albums Chart and United States Billboard 200. By August 2013, it was certified with Silver award by BPI. Their second album, No Guts. No Glory. It was issued in March 2010 and reached top 20 on ARIA Chart, top 40 in UK and also appeared on Billboard 200. Their third studio album, Black Barking, was released on 21 May 2013. In October of 2016, Airbourne released fourth album, titled Breakin' Outta Hell.

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AllMusic Review by Eduardo Rivadavia

Airbourne has provided their music for soundtracks of following video games: burnout Paradise-Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast guitar Hero World Tour, NASCAR 09-Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast, Battlefield: Bad Company, Madden NFL 08, NHL 09, NASCAR 09-Runnin' Wild Rock Band, Rock Band 2-Runnin' Wild NASCAR 08, NHL 08, Medal of Honor: Airborne, Madden NFL 09-stand Up For Rock 'N Roll need For Speed: ProStreet, NFL Tour-blackjack need For Speed: Undercover, Pro Evolution Soccer 2011, Tony Hawk's Proving Ground-girls in Black skate-let's Ride WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2009, WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010-turn Up Trouble Madden NFL 10-heads are Gonna Roll jonah Hex-born to Kill twisted Metal-raise Flag NHL 11-bottom of Well Airbourne have gain exposure in WWE. Their song, Stand Up For Rock and Roll, was official theme song for Royal Rumble 2008. They perform cover version of Turn Up Trouble, Mr. Kennedy's entrance which replaces Jim Johnston's original version. In movie Lose Boys: Tribe, sequel to original Lose Boys, song Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast is played in car as Chris and Nicole drive to their new house. Song Is Also Used In 2009 Comedy I Love You Beth Cooper. Song let's Ride appeared in 2008 film College. Song diamond in Rough is constantly used during NRL games on Friday and Sunday afternoons when transitioning to commercial breaks. It is also featured in film She's Out of My League. Song Hellfire Was Used In This Skateboard Car Episode Of MTV's Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory. Song Runnin' Wild Was Used In Battlefield: Bad Company TV Spot Totally Not.

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