Join Jay Whalley and Lindsay McDougall from Frenzal Rhomb as they bring you The Director's Cut edition of their 1999 classic, A Man's Not A Camel.
As much as punk is about its anti-establishment messages and DIY values, it’s also about doing things your own way. In Australia, no band did that with as much irreverent gusto and laddish charm than Sydney’s Frenzal Rhomb.
They’d built a reliable reputation and appetite for hijinx and crudeness, but it was held together by a sense of social awareness not too far beneath the surface. Frenzal Rhomb are loathe to hold this album up against other punk classics, but, for many, these songs are as authentically Australian punk rock as The Saints or Radio Birdman.
Here’s some trivia about A Man’s Not A Camel, the much loved fourth album from Frenzal Rhomb.
On Saturday at 10am we take punk month out on a high as two of Australia's most cherished punk layabouts host Classic Albums. Hear about the inspirations for 'Never Had So Much Fun', 'Go Frenzal Go' and find out which song on the album is frontman Jay Whalley's favourite Frenzal song of all time!