Updated April 01, 2018 07:13:55 Aussie music has been in a constant state of flux over the past decade, but its now being reborn thanks to the arrival of rock star Bob Dylan and the Australian band Aussie Rock, led by frontman Dylan.
The Australian Rock group is one of the most-anticipated albums in music history, and its due out next month.
Bob Dylan and Aussie band AUSROCK have released a new album on CD, with a special double CD featuring a remix of a popular song by Australian rock band, The Cramps, which was released on CD in 2014.
Aussie Rock released their debut album, American Dream, in 2018.
It’s a collection of covers by Australian pop star, Alice In Chains, who has collaborated with the band in the past.
Alice In Chains singer, Alice Glass, has spoken about the influence of the Cramps on her music.
“They are the only band that have really affected my music in some way, and they are one of my biggest influences,” she said.
“It’s very hard to explain to people who have never heard of them, but their music really resonates with me.”
“It really does make me feel like an artist, and I really want to express that through my music.”
The Cramps have been a rock band since 1987.
Their first album, Australian Dream, was released in 1988.
It was a success, but they never released another album after that, with singer-guitarist, Paul Van Dyk, leaving in 1991.
After a decade-long hiatus, Bob Dylan released American Dream on CD.
It became the band’s biggest hit, and sold over 100,000 copies.
In 2017, Australian Rock’s first album released, Aussie Rocks, was the number one Australian album of the year.
It also sold over 150,000 albums, making it the bands biggest selling album.
The group’s next album, AUSRLocks, was announced in November.
It has sold more than 500,000 records worldwide, and won best album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
Australian Rock will release the album on June 1.