Tinderbox/Neighbour Neighbour

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Single by Violent Soho
Genre Rock
Label I OH YOU
Violent Soho singles chronology
"Son Of Sam/Bombs Over Broadway"
"In the Aisle"

Tinderbox/Neighbour Neighbour is a double-A sided single by Australian band Violent Soho. The single was released on 16 November 2012 on the I OH YOU label.



Dom Alessio, the host of Home and Hosed on ABC'S Triple J called Tinderbox, "a song as incendiary and flammable as the title." [1]

Track listing

All music is composed by Violent Soho.

2."Neighbour Neighbour"3:33
Total length:7:27

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  1. Alessio, Dom. "Premiere! Violent Soho - 'Tinderbox'". Triple J. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 6 October 2013.