They released their album "Free Kicks" on an independent label in 2004. Kempton is also the bass player for Melbourne punk outfit The Meanies, and organised the 2005 Hoodoo Gurus tribute album 'Stoneage Cameos'. Naylor has always been a fan of 1960s and '70s pop music, with the band's 1997 release "Come Again" being described by You Am I frontman Tim Rogers as his "favourite The Beatles album.". In 1999, he teamed up with Sherry Rich to form the The Grapes for a one-off, self-titled album. During their career, Even have supported artists such as, Placebo, The Dandy Warhols, Dinosaur Jr, Buffalo Tom and Urge Overkill among others. They have also travelled outside of Australia, notably in 2002 when they recorded part of "Free Kicks" in London.
This album featured a guest appearance by Ian McLagan, former keyboardist with The Small Faces/The Faces. Even played shows with Cake,Joe Strummer,The Dandy Warhols, as well as playing at the Fierce Festival. According to their website, a self-titled album is due for release in February 2008. This album features a guest appearance by Peter Holstrom from The Dandy Warhols. Discography ===Studio albums=== Less is More (1996) Come Again (1997) A Different High (2001) Free Kicks (2004) Even (2008) ===Compilations=== The Street Press Years (2003) ===EPs=== In Stereo (1996) Ten to Forty-Six (1996) Don't Wait (1996) One Side Not (1996) Stop and Go Man (1996) ===7-inches=== All I need (1996) Rock and Roll Save My Life (2001) External links Even official website Even Myspace page Even guitar tabs Onstage interview with Ash Naylor Even bio on Answers.com Article from The Age newspaper, 3 June 2004. Read more on Last.fm.
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