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AdultsAdults+In Concert w Symphony Orchestra

After 22 years at the helm of New Zealand's most loved rock band, Shihad frontman Jon Toogood has built up a treasure trove of musical connections. With a vast collection of musical ideas and a bit of downtime, Jon began work on a project which has now become The Adults (released 2011) - a celebration of his work with some of New Zealand's brightest talents and an iconic Kiwi album in-the-making.

On June 1st 2012, The Adults joined forces with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra at the CBS Canterbury Arena, for a one-night only concert performing their entire album, including their hits 'Nothing to Lose', 'One Million Ways' and 'A Part of Me'. Each track was performed as new ensemble pieces, beautifully arranged by Hamish Oliver, Claire Cowan, Steve Bremner & Stephen Small and accompanied by a 48 piece orchestra under the guidance of internationally renowned conductor, Hamish McKeich.

This 2-CD package includes the original Adults album as well as an additional bonus disc of 10 tracks recorded Live with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and mixed by Radio New Zealand producer, Andre Upston.

The Adults (original album)
One Million Ways
A Part Of Me
A New Beginning
Nothing To Lose
Sleep Me Tight
Most Important
Up & Gone
Everyday I Wake Up
Long Way Off
Anniversary Day
Please Wake Up

Live with the CSO
Up and Gone arr. Hamish Oliver
Everyday I Wake Up arr. Claire Cowan
Most Important arr. Claire Cowan
One Million Ways arr. Steve Bremner
Anniversary Day arr. Stephen Small
Nothing To Lose arr. Stephen Small
Short Change arr. Hamish Oliver
Sleep Me Tight arr. Claire Cowan
A Part of Me arr. Steve Bremner
Please Wake Up arr. Steve Bremner

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