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Twentieth Century,' Cold Chisel's final studio album (for the next 15 years) was a scorching send-off for a band that in ten years had elevated itself into the national psyche as its best and best-loved act. Although the passion was waning, the songs here carry Chisel's inimitable brand: the searing roughhouse rock of "Hold Me Tight," "Painted Doll," "Twentieth Century" and "Ghost Town," as well as the dull red-light roar of "Saturday Night" and "Flame Trees."
"Twentieth Century is the fifth and final studio album by Australian band Cold Chisel until the group reformed in 1998. The album was written and recorded over various sessions during the period of the band's break-up and during breaks in their final tour. It was released in early 1984 and peaked at No. 1 on the Australian albums chart, their third consecutive album to do so. It charted for a total of 46 weeks." - Wikipedia