7 (1999) "Kick in the Door" appeared on Triple J Hottest 100 vol. Their third album, Chin Chin, was released in July 1997 and hit number 34 on the national Australian charts. Baked under the sun, in the one Slow to realise, hypnotised Change my body's feel, let it peel Learn intuitive, get and give Friday, Tuesday, these week days are my constant Fantasy spills, it's a cheap thrill Sun overheats me, a mantra can soothe me There'd be months where we didn't even get together to try stuff". "Breathing Through My Eyes" appeared on Coca-Cola Sampler (1997) "Up To Our Necks In It" appeared on Original Flavor - The Best Of Acid Jazz Volume III (1997) "Home" appeared on Triple J Hottest 100 vol. Music Songs Kick in the Door, McSkunk, Gold Radiation, Pullatickin, Up To Our Necks In It, Tomorrow's Too Soon, Morning Rolls, Childish Man, Bootyfull, Today Tomorrow Yesterday, Treacherous Head, Strange Equation, A Cow and a Pig, Old Shoe Horn, Something Between Us, Because You're Real, Sunny Side Up, Breathing Through My Eyes, Do You Like It, The Sheep of Sam Clam's Disco, … At the ARIA Music Awards of 1998 Magoo won Engineer of the Year for his work on Skunkhour's tracks "Another Childish Man", "Breathing Through My Eyes", "Opportunist" and "Pulse"; as well as his work on "White Skin / Black Heart" by Midnight Oil and Unit by Regurgitator. Three singles were taken from the album—"Breathing Through My Eyes" (May 1997), "Weightlessness" (August) and "Morning Rolls" (November). SKUNKHOUR Breathing Through My Eyes Lyrics. After rapper Del Larkin left in 1995, Skunkhour continued to tour and released three more well received albums before deciding to call it quits in 2001. through this night sky The thought of you lingers like the smoke that's drifting from my fingers While I sit, I see, there's a tree outside my room My face reflected in the pain of this moon Outside the cold rain cleanses my soul, Whole, the distance between the rooms of my thoughts of us all Sitting in that room sometimes I get to thinking about Named after the poem "The Skunkhour" by Robert Lowell, the Australian band Skunkhour successfully mixed their eclectic influences, which stretched from ska, funk, rock, jazz, and hip-hop to reggae. Three singles were taken from the album—"Breathing Through My Eyes" (May 1997), "Weightlessness" (August) and "Morning Rolls" (November). It produced the singles "Breathing Through my Eyes" (May), "Weightlessness" (August), and "Morning Rolls" (November). "Weightlessness" was voted number 93 on the youth radio network Triple J's 1997 Hottest 100 list. Breathing Through My Eyes Songwriter – Skunkhour: 4:14: 2: Opportunist (Attitudist Remix) Songwriter – Aya Larkin: 4:44: 3: Cakehole Songwriter – P W Searles* 3:05: 4: Breathing Through My Eyes (Blind Side Remix) Songwriter – Skunkhour: 3:39 The album was the band's first after the departure of founding vocalist/rapper Del Larkin, who quit to pursue a career in Walt Disney Animation Studios. Skunkhour website; Skunkhour at MySpace 8 (2000) External links. Forming in 1991, they quickly became a popular act around Sydney and, after supporting U.K. act Galliano on their 1993 Australian tour, issued their debut self-titled album. Breathing Through My Eyes - EP 1997 Featured On. Listen to The Essential by Skunkhour on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Pullatickin", "A Cow and a Pig" and more. The album was the band's first after the departure of founding vocalist/rapper Del Larkin, who quit to pursue a career in Walt Disney Animation Studios.