We flicked through the vinyl racks at JB Hi-Fi with Aussie punk rockers The Living End to get a taste of what tunes they’d buy for each other.

CHRIS choosing for Scott

Paul McCartney, Ram 

“We’re all McCartney fans, but I don’t think Scott has this record and it’s an absolute belter. It doesn’t really get the same attention as Band on the Run gets and it’s Paul McCartney… and he can grow a great beard.”

CHRIS choosing for Andy

The Who, Who’s Next 

“For Andy, I’m going to choose The Who, Who’s Next. It’s banging and my favourite song on it is Going Mobile. Everyone should own this record… particularly if you’re a drummer, and Andy is a drummer.”

 

SCOTT choosing for Chris

Bob Marley, Legend 

“Reggae is generally not something that’s on Chris’ palate and it’s something I get a lot out of and I’d like to put him into that zone, if you know what I mean.”

SCOTT choosing for Andy

U2, U218 Singles 

“I know how much of a U2 fan Andy is and I know how much he likes this picture, so I’d like him to own a copy of it this big… it’s an art thing. I particularly like the mullets… that’s my favourite part of it.”

ANDY choosing for Chris

The Police, Outlandos D’amour 

“I have chosen The Police (I actually nearly put that t-shirt on this morning). They’re a three-piece band, super high energy and I just love the artwork. Three-piece rock ‘n’ roll!”

ANDY choosing for himself

Hoodoo Gurus, Stoneage Romeos 

“Look at that for a cover! It’s not my favourite Gurus album, but this band means a lot to me. We actually covered Leilani for a record called Stoneage Cameos and it was such an honour. I could give this to either Chris or Scott, but I might keep this one for myself.”

The Living End’s Wunderbar is out now at JB Hi-Fi.

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