Red Sails in the Sunset is the fifth studio album by Australian group Midnight Oil which was released in October 1984 under the Columbia Records label. It was recorded and produced in Tokyo, Japan and is significant for becoming their first No. 1 album in Australia – it also entered the United States Billboard 200. The cover image, by Japanese artist Tsunehisa Kimura, depicts Sydney Harbour after a hypothetical nuclear strike.
Ocean waters around the world contain about 20 million tons of gold in them. When I say "in" that is meant literally, there is gold in ocean water. However, there's the monumental task of removing the gold from vast amounts of seawater. Each liter of water would contain approximately 13 billionths of a gram of gold. Currently, there's no cost-effective method to remove the gold from seawater and be profitable. However, that didn't stop many eager inventors and investors both legitimate and scammers. In the 1890s pastor Ford Jernegan came up with a plan for a "Gold Accumulator" in a fever dream.
The Ocean Blue is the eponymous debut studio album by American band The Ocean Blue, released in 1989 by record labels Sire and Reprise. All lyrics written by David Schelzel; all music composed by David Schelzel and The Ocean Blue.