Rhubarb were an Australian rock band, best known for their song "Exerciser", released in 1999. They disbanded in 2006.
Rhubarb were formed in Brisbane, Queensland in 1996 by brothers Steve and David Drinkall with their Brazilian cousin Paul Harvey playing bass and Ian Buchanan on drums.
The group were discovered when they won the Triple J Unearthed competition for Brisbane with their song, "Zero", in 1999. The band's leap to prominence however came with their surprise 1999 hit "Exerciser", Rhubarb entered the top 20 of Triple J's Hottest 100 (Steve often joked that the success of Exerciser was mostly due to the song's short length and Triple J announcers often having to fill 2 minutes before the news was broadcast at a regular interval). The band's debut album Kamikaze, released on the band's own independent label Toupee Records, achieved over 15,000 sales. Kamikaze was voted 'Album of the Year' at Queensland’s 14th annualЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Slow Motion [сингл]
- Kamikaze [07.1999, альбом]
- Slow Motion [18.03.2002, альбом]
- Start Again [05.09.2005, альбом]