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Dogs (Grinspoon song)

Six to Midnight
Studio album by Grinspoon
Released 11 September 2009
Recorded 2009
Genre Post-grunge
Alternative metal
Label Chk Chk Boom, Universal Music
Producer Rick Will & Grinspoon
Grinspoon chronology
Alibis & Other Lies
Six to Midnight
Black Rabbits
Singles from Six to Midnight
  1. "Dogs (radio single)"
    Released: 2009
  2. "Comeback"
    Released: 4 September 2009
  3. "Summer"
    Released: 2009
  4. "Premonitions"
    Released: 7 May 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
The Border Mail [1]
Dead Press [2]
The Dwarf (mixed)[3]
The Mercury [4]
Mess and Noise (unfavorable)[5]
Uber Rock (favorable)[6]

Six to Midnight is the sixth studio album by Australian post-grunge band Grinspoon, released through Chk Chk Boom Records and Universal Music on 11 September 2009. "Dogs" was the first song made available to the public, being released for free over the internet before the album's release. "Comeback" is the album's first single.

The album debuted at number six on the Australian Albums Chart.[7] The first official single, "Comeback", peaked at number 48 on the Australian Singles Chart.[8]

Six to Midnight was produced by Rick Will (Johnny Cash, No Doubt, Nine Inch Nails), with the band returning to their home town of Byron Bay to record the album. Will also mixed the album.[9]

The album has been the first Grinspoon release since 2002's New Detention to gain international release dates, starting off with Japan in early 2010 and the United Kingdom in February 2011.

The title of the album, according to guitarist Pat Davern, came after drummer, Kristian Hopes, saw a scene in Forgetting Sarah Marshall where Russell Brand is singing, "Inside Of You", and Jonah Hill sticks his hand down his pants, adjusts himself and says 'Dude, I just went from six to midnight.'[10]

Track listing

  1. "Dogs" – 3:07
  2. "Run" – 3:07
  3. "Comeback" – 3:07
  4. "Takes One" – 3:22
  5. "Premonitions" – 3:22
  6. "Right Now" – 3:29
  7. "Give You More" – 4:06
  8. "Lockdown" – 3:27
  9. "Tonight" – 3:40
  10. "Passenger" – 3:43
  11. "Innocence" – 3:21
  12. "Surrender" – 3:31
  13. "Summer" – 3:34
iTunes bonus track
  1. "Progress" - 3:18
Getmusic preorder exclusive
  1. "Tourist Season" - 3:37
UK bonus tracks
  1. "Progress" - 3:18
  2. "Tourist Season" - 3:37
  3. "Strange Days" - 2:58
  4. "Go Sign" - 2:48
  5. "Champion (Rick Will Mix)" - 2:51


  1. ^ "Grinspoon - Six To Midnight". The Border Mail. Retrieved 2009-10-10. 
  2. ^ "ALBUM: Grinspoon – Six To Midnight | DEAD PRESS! | Alternative rock news, reviews and interviews". Dead Press!. 2011-07-04. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  3. ^
  4. ^ Jarrad Bevan (2009-10-02). "Grinspoon - Six To Midnight Music Reviews - The Mercury - The Voice of Tasmania". The Mercury. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  5. ^ "Grinspoon - Six to Midnight in Releases : Mess+Noise". Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  6. ^ "Grinspoon - 'Six To Midnight' (DR2 Records)". 2011-02-06. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  7. ^ 21 September 2009 (2009-09-21). "Sebastian loses top chart spot | Lismore Music | Music Reviews, Concerts and Bands in Lismore". Northern Star. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  8. ^ Steffen Hung. "Grinspoon - Six To Midnight". Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  9. ^
  10. ^ Hersey, Tom (21 March 2010). "Grinspoon - Marshall Law". X-press Magazine. Retrieved 27 March 2012. 
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