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5th Degree - Autozamm - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Autozamm

Autozamm has had the opportunity to support outstanding international acts such as the Black Crowes, INXS and Silverchair. Appearances at events such as the Big Day Out, Homegrown and Southern Amp have cemented the band as powerful large-stage festival performers, underpinned by a string of radio and Music TV hits.

Autozamm's third album 5th Degree offers an electrifying escalation of finesse and bravura. Krish Sharma captured the power of the band as they recorded live in the studio, harnessing their captivating live performance energy in a refinement of the new material - the result is a muscle-bound collection of emotionally-charged hits, of lofty peaks and murky depths. Eschewing rampant technology in favour of more classic mantra (a tele and a twin), Sharma and Autozamm created an album with the production aura of the great rock albums of previous decades.
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5th Degree debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 25 October 2010. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for one week with a highest position of #16. There is one album by Autozamm in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for 5th Degree:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
25 Oct 2010 Top 40 Albums 16

Chart placings by Autozamm:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
5th Degree Top 40 Albums 25 Oct 2010 1 16
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