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Eve of the War
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ReleasedNovember 1998
RecordedJune, August 1998
  • the Gypsy Bar, Canberra
  • Backbeach Studios, Rye, Victoria
  • Martin Shepherd
  • Simon
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Eve of the War is a six-track extended play from the Australian progressive metal band, Alchemist. The EP was released by Shock Records through its subsidiary label Thrust in November 1998. The title track, 'Eve of the War' is a cover version of the opening piece from the British 1978 album, Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds. The EP has two live songs: 'Yoni Kunda' first released on Lunasphere (May 1995), and 'Chinese Whispers' from Spiritech (June 1997). The other tracks are a remix of 'Yoni Kunda', and two re-mastered tracks from Jar of Kingdom (October 1993). A music video of the title track was provided.

The EP is now deleted, 'Eve of the War' and the live version of 'Chinese Whispers' were later included on their compilation album, Embryonics (November 2005).[1]

Track listing[edit]

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All tracks are written by Rodney Holder, Adam Agius, John Bray and Roy Torkington,[2] unless otherwise shown.

1.'Eve of the War' (Jeff Wayne)5:16
2.'Yoni Kunda' (live)5:32
3.'Chinese Whispers' (live)9:30
4.'Koni Yunda'3:58
5.'Brumal: a View from Pluto'5:46
6.'Worlds Within Worlds'7:20


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  • Adam Agius – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • John Bray – bass guitar
  • Rodney Holder – drums
  • Roy Torkington – guitar

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Other musicians
  • Josh Nixon – guitar (on track 1)
  • Mark Rochelle – keyboards
Recording details
  • Audio engineer – D. W. Norton at Backbeach Studios, Rye, Victoria, June, August 1998
  • Producer – D. W. Norton, Martin Shepherd (tracks 2–3), Simon (tracks 2–3) at the Disco Playpen
  • Mixing engineer – Martin Shepherd (track 4)
  • Audio engineer – Chock (tracks 2–3) at the Gypsy Bar
  • Tracks 5 and 6 re-mastered from Jar of Kingdom
Artwork details
  • Roy Torkington – artwork, layout, design
  • Simon – layout, design


  1. ^Alchemist Discography Eve of the War, Alchemist official siteArchived 2007-06-17 at the Wayback Machine Accessed 6 June 2007
  2. ^''Yoni Kunda' at APRA search engine'. Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 30 April 2018.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Note: For additional work user may have to select 'Search again' and then 'Enter a title:' &/or 'Performer:'
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