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The Very Very Best Of Crowded House (Deluxe Edition)
The Very Very Best of Crowded House is a compilation album featuring 19 singles from the period spanning Crowded House's first six studio albums. A CD and DVD box set is available, which includes a DVD of 25 of the band's music videos. The album is also available as a 'Deluxe Digital Version' which features 32 tracks including a rare 1987 live recording of the band's cover version of the Hunters & Collectors song "Throw Your Arms Around Me".
Try Whistling This
Try Whistling This is the debut solo album released in 1998 by New Zealand singer/songwriter Neil Finn. The Japanese version of the album has a bonus track called "Tokyo", which also appears on the UK release of the single Sinner. Special editions of the Australian CD contained a bonus CD with six extra tracks which were used as the B-Sides for the singles released from the album.
Hunters & Collectors
Live It up the Collection
Mental As Anything
Dancing In The Storm
Boom Crash Opera
Conflicting Emotions is the eighth and penultimate album by New Zealand band Split Enz. Although some have called it their poorest release, the band themselves were more than happy with the result at the time, and refused to make any of the changes requested by their Australian and US record companies.
As recording began, Tim Finn had just released a successful solo album, Escapade, and was focused on promoting it. As a result, six of the ten songs on the album are written and sung by Neil Finn.
The rumored resentment over Tim Finn's successful solo career was worsened by his desire to include drummer Ricky Fataar in recording sessions, and using a drum machine on most other tracks. Hence, although Noel Crombie is credited as drummer/percussionist on the album liner notes, he actually contributed very little drumming.
The first single to be lifted from the album was "Strait Old Line", which peaked at #42 on the Australian charts in late 1983. Conflicting Emotions failed to crack the Australian Top 10, following three prior consecutive #1 albums. In New Zealand the album reached number 3.
Together in Concert - Live
Tim Finn, Bic Runga & Dave Dobbyn
Together in Concert: Live is a 2000 live album by Tim Finn, Bic Runga, and Dave Dobbyn during their Together in Concert tour. It was recorded in the months of August and September 2000 in venues around New Zealand. Both the concert and album feature all three performers providing vocal and instrumental backing on each other's songs.
The album reached No. 2 on the New Zealand charts and remained in the charts for 26 weeks.
It was released in the UK on 29 May 2007. On iTunes, Tim Finn's name was erroneously credited as "Tim Funn"; however, this has since been corrected.
Any Day Above Ground
Electric Digger Dandy is the third solo studio album by Australian singer/songwriter James Reyne released in June 1991. The album was released in America as Any Day Above Ground. The album peaked at number 3 on the ARIA Charts, which remains Reyne's highest charting album.
The album saw Reyne's return to a more electric sound. It features the singles "Slave", "Any Day Above Ground" and "Some People", as well as a new, acoustic rendition of the Australian Crawl song "Reckless."
Under the Sun
Paul Kelly & The Coloured Girls
Under the Sun is the second album by Australian rock group Paul Kelly & The Coloured Girls and was originally released in December 1987 by Mushroom Records. In the North American and European markets, it was released by A&M Records in 1988 with the band credited as Paul Kelly & The Messengers, with a different track order and listing.
On the Australian albums charts it peaked at #19 with the single "To Her Door" peaking at #14. Another single, "Dumb Things" peaked at #36 in early 1989, on the Australian Recording Industry Association singles charts; it reached #16 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart. The song was included in the soundtrack for the 1988 Yahoo Serious film Young Einstein.
"To Her Door" won an ARIA Award in 1988 for 'Best Video' directed by Claudia Castle. In 2001, the Australasian Performing Right Association listed the Top 30 Australian songs of all time, including "To Her Door" written by Kelly.
Swear It's True
Tea & Sympathy
Tea & Sympathy is the debut solo album by Australian musician Bernard Fanning. It was released on 31 October 2005 by Dew Process records while Powderfinger—Fanning's main band—were on hiatus. Contrary to Powderfinger's usual alternative style, the album blends alternative and country-folk music. Most of the record was written after the cancer related death of his brother in 2002. His brother's death coincided with the end of Fanning's twelve-year relationship with his partner and both events were instrumental in his move away from his typically political and socially lyrical subject matter.
Fanning recorded four songs at his home studio in Brisbane and the rest at Real World Studios near Bath, England. Fanning worked with producer Tchad Blake in both sessions. To support the album's release Fanning toured Australia twice and performed across North America and the UK.
"Tea & Sympathy" topped the Australian Recording Industry Association albums chart and won three awards at the 2006 ARIA Awards, as well as an APRA Award and a J Award.
Gang Gajang is the self-titled debut album from Gang Gajang. It was released on True Tone Records through Polygram Records in 1985 and sold over 120,000 copies. It was produced by Joe Wissert, with band members Graham 'Buzz' Bidstrup and Mark Callaghan.
Eternal Nightcap is the third studio album by Australian rock band The Whitlams, first released by Black Yak Phantom in 1997.
One Perfect Day
The Little Heroes
The Greatest Hits (Remastered)
Distant Light is the third studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Alex Lloyd. Released in September 2003, it has been certified platinum in Australia and had three top 40 singles taken from it.
The Best of Girl Overboard
Loyal is a 1988 album by New Zealand singer-songwriter Dave Dobbyn. After the Footrot Flats album, Loyal moved him further away from the pub rock of DD Smash and into contemporary pop rock. The album "confronts love, loyalty and the power of personal politics." The album reached number 9 on the New Zealand music charts.
The hit single Slice of Heaven from the Footrot Flats soundtrack was also included on the album, despite it being nearly two years old at the time of the album release. Dobbyn commented that the song fitted in with the general theme of loyalty.
1927 is the self-titled album by the Australian rock band, 1927 released in 1992. It reached #40 on the Australian album chart.
Lady Whats Your Name
Harry's Cafe De Wheels
Harry's Café De Wheels is the second studio album by Australian singer Peter Blakeley. The album was released in November 1989 by Capitol Records.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1991, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Cover Art. Blakeley was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Male Artist.
From Bondi To Bedlam
Double Allergic is the second studio album by Australian alternative rock band Powderfinger. Released in Australia on 2 September 1996 Polydor, the album was produced by Tim Whitten and widely considered Powderfinger's mainstream breakthrough.
Four singles were released from the album: "Pick You Up", "D.A.F.", "Living Type" and "Take Me In". "Pick You Up" was the most successful single from the album, and Powderfinger's first moderate success, reaching #23 on the ARIA charts. "D.A.F." also charted as a moderate success; it reached #39 on the Australian music charts. Both "Living Type" and "Take Me In" did not chart officially, but "Living Type" was voted into the Triple J Hottest 100 in 1996.
Critics were generally favorable in their reviews of Double Allergic. It was praised by Allmusic reviewer Jonathan Lewis as "a cohesive and mature effort". It has also been certified platinum three times, with over 200,000 copies sold. Double Allergic was also nominated for five ARIA awards, with singles from the album nominated for an additional four, however, it won none of the awards it was nominated for.
The Mutton Birds
The Mutton Birds
The Mutton Birds is the first album by the New Zealand band The Mutton Birds. Released in 1992, it remained on the New Zealand album charts for more than a year and was named Best Album at the 1993 New Zealand Music Awards. It was among the records selected by the author Nick Bollinger for his 2009 book, 100 Essential New Zealand albums.
A single, a version of "Nature", the 1968 song by the Fourmyula, reached No.4 on the New Zealand singles chart. Three other singles from the album also entered the charts in New Zealand: "Dominion Road", "Giant Friend" and "Your Window".
Feeler is the second album by Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray. Released on 21 July 2003, it went to number one on the Australian album charts on 29 March 2004 and to that date, achieved 6 x platinum status.
Cold Chisel is the self-titled debut album of Australian pub rock band Cold Chisel. Released in April 1978, it spent 23 weeks in the Australian charts, peaking at number 38.
Clear Blue In Stormy Skies
Clear Blue in Stormy Skies is the sixth studio album by New Zealand singer Jenny Morris. It was released 24 June 2006, by Liberation Blue Records. It is a collection of Morris' remodelled radio hits of the 1980s and 1990s, including a retake of "You I Know", rewritten by its original songwriter, Neil Finn, an instrumental arrangement of her most requested song, "Little Little", and a cover of INXS' song, "This Time", in tribute to her friend Michael Hutchence. The one new song, "This Time", contains the album's title as a lyric.
Clear Blue in Stormy Skies was recorded in February 2006 with members of her backing band, Steve Balbi who co-produced; Paul Searles and Josh Quong Tart.
Morris' vocals were recorded on a vintage valve microphone once used by Frank Sinatra.
We also used a lot of this old spring reverb. It crapped out a lot and it was very frustrating, but man, when it worked it was amazing and I think that's why this album has got that special earthiness about it.
— Jenny Morris
Between Two Shores
Vika & Linda
Between Two Shores is the fifth studio album by Australia vocal duo Vika & Linda Bull. The album features some of the most popular songs of Vika and Linda Bulls's career, including some from their time with Black Sorrows. The album was released on 23 September 2006 via Liberation Records.
The album was dedicated to Stuart Speed, Vika and Linda's bass player who died during the making of the album.
Judges and Bagmen
The First Time
Mondo Rock & Damon Boyd
Armistice Day: Live At The Domain, Sydney
Anythings, Sure Things, Other Things
Something Beginning With C
Something Beginning With C is an album by the New Zealand band The Exponents, released in 1992. It reached number 1 and spent 19 weeks on the New Zealand Album Chart and went three times platinum. It was the first album to be credited as the Exponents, rather than their former name The Dance Exponents. In May 2013, Universal Music re-released the album digitally in New Zealand in remastered standard and deluxe editions. The deluxe edition has thirteen additional tracks of B-sides and the original UK demo of "Why Does Love Do This To Me". The album title was a play on the original plan of the band's to have the initials of their albums spell 'peace'. "Something Beginning with C" followed the albums Prayers Be Answered, Expectations and Amplifier.
Let's All Get Together
Chris Bailey & the General Dog
Right First Time
"Right First Time" is a debut album by New Zealand band Th' Dudes. The New Zealand version was released in May 1979, and the Australian version six months later in November of the same year. The single Be Mine Tonight would become considered one of the greats in New Zealand songwriting.
Inshalla is the fourth studio album by Australian rock band Eskimo Joe, released on 29 May 2009. The first single from the album is "Foreign Land", which was released in April 2009. A special limited edition 2CD release of the album contains live versions of songs from their previous album, Black Fingernails, Red Wine, and is only on sale in the band's home state of Western Australia. The album debuted at number one on the Australian ARIA Charts.
The Best Of Del Amitri - Hatful Of Rain
Hatful of Rain is an album by Del Amitri, released in September, 1998. It is a compilation of their greatest hits.
The Most (Best Of)
The Cruel Sea
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