Thylacine (album)

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Thylacine by Monique Brumby.jpg
Studio album by
Released7 July 1997 [1]
Genre Pop Rock, Rock music
Label Columbia Records Australia
Producer David Bridie
Monique Brumby chronology
Eventide (EP)

Thylacine is the debut studio album by Australian singer-songwriter, Monique Brumby.


At the ARIA Music Awards of 1998, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Female Artist, but lost out to Left of the Middle by Natalie Imbruglia. [2]

Track listings

  1. "Mary"
  2. "It's Alright"
  3. "Fool for You"
  4. "The Change in Me"
  5. "One Day"
  6. "Lava"
  7. "Up and Down"
  8. "Just Like That"
  9. "Fallen Angel"
  10. "Natural"
  11. "Bring it on Home"


Chart (1997)Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA) [3] 58

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