It seems to me that you don't really like my winter pics, haha ... I understand, enough for me as well. A record now which is in my opinion a blast and celebrates its 41th birthday this year: the debut by Radio Birdman, one of the first Australian independent bands to carry the punk label, along with the Saints. They were formed by Deniz Tek and Rob Younger in Sydney in 1974. Radios Appear is the first full-length studio album by Australian punk rock band Radio Birdman. The album was recorded at Birdman's Trafalgar Studios, Sydney during 1976 and 1977. Trafalgar initially distributed the album via mail order and by sales from the backs of friend's and band members' station wagons. This laid the groundwork for future DIY punk bands in Australia. Radios Appear was hailed by many as a breakthrough album in Australian rock and a decisive change from the uneventful early mid-seventies scene. The album's title was taken from the song "Dominance and Submission" by Blue Öyster Cult, one of the band's most important early influences. More info inside, more music on the way.