Speedboats For Breakfast

James ReyneJanuary 1, 2004
Rock℗ 2004 Bloodlines
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Speedboats for Breakfast is the sixth solo studio album by Australian singer/songwriter James Reyne released on 19 April 2004. The album is Reyne's first studio album since Design for Living in 1999 and features a cover of Olivia Newton-John's "Have You Ever Been Mellow".
On the lead single "Bug" Reyne said: "I wanted to create a song out of playing the same four chords going round and round, building and growing all the time, with things coming in and dropping out. The listener knows there's transition but there's no real point where the change is obvious."
In a 2013 interview, when asked if there is a song he likes playing live, Reyne responded with "Oh usually some of the newer ones, there’s a song of mine called "Rainbow’s Dead End" that I like playing."

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Bug4:03
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The Rainbow's Dead End4:32
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Stagefright2:40
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Glamourpuss3:04
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Pusherman3:27
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Nail3:29
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Love In A Strange Strange Land4:39
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Hangman's Wages4:23
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Hooray and Hallelujah3:56
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Lustre6:03
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Mellow2:52
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Tracks
11
Released
January 1, 2004
Label
℗ 2004 Bloodlines
File type
MP3
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