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  1. Jull says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Last Great Challenge In A Dull World on Discogs/5(14).
  2. Grokus says:
    Reissue of New Zealand singer / songwriter Peter Jefferies' brilliant debut album 'The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World'. Originally released in , the album received some critical acclaim before disappearing into the ether. But it was just too good to remain forgotten.
  3. Grolabar says:
    Apr 23,  · referencing The Last Great Challenge In A Dull World, Cass, Album, X/WAY 16 this album changed my life and led me to th other side of the world just to breath the same air,on an unknown beach will play thru my head as i die,it got no better,tho peter did/5(48).
  4. Yogar says:
    "Peter Jefferies (This Kind of Punishment) released his brilliant sophomore album Electricity in While his solo debut, ’s The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World, has drawn comparisons to classic singer-songwriters like Nick Drake and Townes Van Zandt, .
  5. Voodookinos says:
    The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World was re-issued in on vinyl by de Stijl records. At Swim 2 Birds was reissued by Flying Nun records in Jefferies lives in New Plymouth, New Zealand and is employed three days per week at Spotswood College.
  6. Misho says:
    Nov 14,  · Peter Jefferies' debut solo outing, 'The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World,' was originally a Xpressway cassette release in ; the album was reissued on CD by Ajax in and fortuitously featured the classic 7" single "The Fate of the Human Carbine.".
  7. Shakanos says:
    PETER JEFFERIES "The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World" IND CD/LP/MP3 Peter Jefferies’s extraordinary debut solo album, "The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World.
  8. Mikall says:
    This album - unlike most of Peter's impressive career - is a bit hit-and-miss. There's experimenting going on, but three tracks are outstanding. Catapult is classic Jefferies, with a lurching, drum-driven rhythm. The Other Side of Reason is a nasty little number that crosses Lou Reed with a homeless drunk/5(2).
  9. Dole says:
    Aug 26,  · To be honest, I had not heard -- or even heard of -- this debut solo album by Jefferies. Forgiveable perhaps given it first came out as an Xpressway cassette-only release in But its legend loomed large because after some underground critical acclaim internationally it -- plus the single Fate of the Human Carbine b/w Catapult -- was released on record and CD by Chicago's Ajax label.

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