Aussie rockers Eskimo Joe formed in Fremantle in 1997 around the talents of singer/bassist Kavyen Temperly, drummer Joel Quartermain, and guitarist Stuart MacLeod. Eskimo Joe's 1998 debut EP, Sweater, earned significant airplay on the influential Australian radio outlet Triple J, and a year later the group resurfaced with a self-titled follow-up EP. Upon signing to the EMI affiliate Modular Records, Eskimo Joe teamed with producer Ed Buller to create their first full-length LP, Girl. A Top 40 hit down under, the album generated a number of hits, as did the band's 2004 follow-up, A Song Is a City, which launched the trio to national superstardom. ~ Jason Ankeny
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