Driving for the Storm / Doctor Doctor
|Driving for the Storm / Doctor Doctor EP|
|EP by Gyroscope|
Driving for the Storm / Doctor Doctor is an EP by Australian post-grunge band Gyroscope. The EP was released in 2003 and features the two tracks of its namesake "Driving the Storm" and "Doctor Doctor", both of which charted in the Triple J Hottest 100.
Following on from their three WAMi nominations 'Most Popular Local Original Act', 'Most Popular Local Original Indie Rock Act' and 'Most Popular Original Guitarist' (Zoran Trivic), Gyroscope released the Driving for the Storm / Doctor Doctor EP.
Recorded at Studio Couch in Fremantle by Shaun O'Callaghan, it was released in September 2003 as a double A-side single/EP. In addition to "Driving for the Storm" and "Doctor/Doctor" are two tracks that are fan favourites, recorded live at the Amplifier Bar in Perth, "Fire Away" and "I've Been Struck By Lightning Once... So What's The Chance Of It Happening Again?". The later was based on the fact that, Daniel Sanders was struck by lightning, whilst he was out fishing with the band's manager of all places.
- "Driving the Storm" – 2:45
- "Doctor Doctor" – 2:47
- "Fire Away" (live) – 3:02
- "I've Been Struck By Lightning Once... So What's The Chance Of It Happening Again?" (live) – 3:42
- Daniel Sanders – guitar, vocals
- Zoran Trivic – guitar, vocals
- Brad Campbell – bass, vocals
- Rob Nassif – drums