Powderfinger is the eponymous first studio recording by Australian rock group Powderfinger. Many refer to it as The Blue EP. The EP launch was at the Orient Hotel, Friday 21 August 1992; the band were supported by local act Lolita Carbine. The disk garnered the attention of some rock fans and more so gained the attention of Polydor record executives who, through this EP, signed the band. By the time the band were signed, they had just finished recording the follow-up EP Transfusion, which was the first work released on the Polydor label. Powderfinger contains the first version of "Save Your Skin", a song that would be re-recorded at almost twice the length for their debut album the following year and be released as the third and final single accompanying it.
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