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Powderfinger - History - Critical Acclaim and Chart Success (1998–2003)
... Powderfinger's fourth studio album, Odyssey Number Five, was released in September 2000, shortly after they were asked to write songs for the soundtracks of two films Two Hands ... Odyssey Number Five was Powderfinger's most successful album to date, selling 560,000 copies ... Odyssey Number Five won "Album of the Year", "Highest Selling Album", "Best Rock Album", "Best Cover Art", and "Best Group" at the ARIA Awards in 2001 ...
Odyssey Number Five - Background, Recording, and Production
... Powderfinger worked with producer Nick DiDia on Odyssey Number Five, as they had done on Internationalist, finishing the album in August 2000 after six weeks of recording ... Odyssey Number Five was Powderfinger's shortest album when recorded, running for approximately 45 minutes ... Like Powderfinger's previous album Internationalist, Odyssey Number Five commented on social and political issues heavily, with the primary point of focus being ...
Odyssey Number Five
... Odyssey Number Five is the fourth studio album by Australian rock band Powderfinger, produced by Nick DiDia and released on 4 September 2000 ... The album was also ranked at number 1 in Triple J's Hottest 100 Australian Albums of All Time poll in 2011 ... Odyssey Number Five was Powderfinger's first album to chart in the United States, and the band toured extensively around North America to promote its release ...

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