Raw (Jimmy Barnes album)

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Released24 March 2001
Genre Rock
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Raw is a 2001 album by Australian singer Jimmy Barnes. The album was recorded live at Colonial Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on 24 March 2001.


Track listing

Standard edition [1]
  1. "Love & Hate"
  2. "Seven Days"
  3. "Land of a Thousand Dances"
  4. "All the Young Dudes"
  5. "Lay Down Your Guns"
  6. "Khe Sanh"
  7. "Cheap Wine"
  8. "I Put a Spell on You"
  9. "Bow River"
  10. "Working Class Man"

Bonus tracks

There are also four bonus tracks included on the album, which were recorded live at Shepherd's Bush Empire on 1 August 2001:

  1. "Stone Cold"
  2. "Goin' Down Alone"
  3. "I'd Die to Be with You Tonight"
  4. "Do or Die"

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