The neo-psychedelic pop quartet, The Church, hailing from Sydney, Australia finally found minor commercial success with its eighth album, Starfish in 1988. Riding on the strength of its only Top 40 hit, "Under The Milky Way," the band crafted some smart and accessible tunes that fared well with fans. The Church recorded the album far from home in Los Angeles amongst much pressure from record producers under tight time constraints and uncomfortable studio arrangements. Despite the band's challenges and overall disdain for the city, they managed to evolve their sound and push their musical stylings on tracks such as, "Reptile" and "A New Season." This year marks the 30th year anniversary of the band, which will play acoustically to audiences worldwide.