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Postcards from the Shell House
Postcards from the Shell House is a musical group by Busby Marou and a nominated work at ARIA Music Awards of 2017 for the Best Blues and Roots Album.
Rise is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in November 1990. The album reached No. 3 on the Australian ARIA Charts. It was the best-selling album in Australia in 1991.
The album sold over 300,000 copies in Australia.
Braithwaite was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Male Artist at the ARIA Music Awards of 1991 for Rise, but lost to Chain Reaction by John Farnham.
Braithwaite commenced a national tour on 26 December 1990 in Warrnambool.
Although this album was not officially released in the U.S., it includes what would become Braithwaite's biggest stateside hit, "Higher Than Hope", which reached number 47 on the Billboard Hot 100. The tune appeared as the title track for a compilation album, Higher Than Hope, which was released to the American market in 1991.
The album was certified 4x platinum in Australia in 2016.
This album was written based on his travel to China as a tourist, in 1989.
J.W.'s Family Album
JW's Family Album is the ninth studio album by Australian country music artist John Williamson. The album was released in October 1990 and peaked at number 21 on the ARIA Charts. It included a re-recording of Williamson's debut single "Old Man Emu" with a new "Dingo Verse".
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1991, the album was nominated for the ARIA Award for Best Children's Album.
At the Country Music Awards of Australia of 1992, the album won Top Selling Album.
Big Bad Noise
Big Bad Noise is the second album by Australian rock band The Choirboys which was released in 1988. This album was produced by Peter Blyton, Brian McGee and The Choirboys. The album peaked at No. 5 on the Kent Music Report Albums Chart, it was certified double platinum and ranked No. 21 for 1988 in Australia.
It featured their number 3 Australian hit and most popular song "Run to Paradise". Other singles from the album included "Boys Will Be Boys" and "Struggle Town" reaching No. 14 and No. 34 respectively.
Civil Dusk is the third solo album by Australian musician Bernard Fanning, a followup to his 2013 album Departures, and is the second album following the disbanding of Fanning's band Powderfinger in 2011. The album was released on 5 August 2016. The album signals Fanning's return to more of an acoustic folk sound, more akin to his first solo album, Tea & Sympathy, than the alternative rock sound of Departures. Civil Dusk is released as part one of a series of two albums, the second instalment, Brutal Dawn, was released on 26 May 2017.
Spirit Of The Anzacs (Deluxe)
Spirit of the Anzacs is the fifteenth studio album by Australian country singer Lee Kernaghan. It was released digitally and physically in Australia on March 13, 2015 through ABC Music. A limited deluxe edition features four additional tracks plus a 64-page booklet that includes many of the letters, stories and images behind the songs. It is Kernaghan's first number one album in Australia and has been certified Platinum by ARIA.
Who I Am
Blackbird is the third studio album by Australian musician Dan Sultan, released in April 2014. The album was his first in five years and was the culmination of many months of writing and recording. Blackbird peaked at number 4 on the ARIA Charts and was certified gold.
Prior to recording the album, Sultan said he hadn't been motivated or inspired to write. He told the ABC "I had to make a few changes and change a few things up to get motivated and get inspired again, and I was in a bit of a rut for a while, so once I did that I found that everything flowed on from there." "You go through what you're going through and that can be pretty heavy. And then you write about what you've been through, which can be therapeutic."
Dan attributes much of his satisfaction with his album to producer Jacquire King, "We had a phone conversation before we even agreed to make the record together, just to see if we would get along. We spoke on the phone for about 40 minutes. I think the first five minutes was about the record and the rest was just talkin' shit, just hanging out. We became friends there and then and we were good friends by the time I left."
We Are Wolves
Best In Show
Best in Show is a compilation album by Australian post-grunge band Grinspoon. The album was released on 7 November 2005 to coincide with the ten-year anniversary of the band. The album peaked at No. 12 on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified Gold. The album featured the band's hits and several older songs, like "Champion", which landed the song on Gran Turismo 3. The first track, "Sweet as Sugar", was specially recorded for this album and, appropriately, is a return to the earlier style of the band. The rest of the tracks are listed chronologically, from "Champion", recorded in 1996, to "Hard Act to Follow", recorded in 2004. The linear notes contain photography of the band from their beginnings to the present, and details the history of the band in the form of a fairy tale about the 'Knights of Grinspoon' from the 'Land of Oz'. The limited edition bonus disc includes a collection of covers recorded over the years.
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by Australian rock band Noiseworks. Released in 1992, it peaked at No.4 in Australia and was certified platinum in 1993.
The Perfect Crime
The Perfect Crime is the eighth studio album by Australian rock band Cold Chisel. It was released on 2 October 2015. It was the first album not to feature a contribution from drummer Steve Prestwich, who died of a brain tumour in January 2011. The album peaked at number 2 on the Australian charts and number 7 in New Zealand.
Birds Of Tokyo
Playlist is the first greatest hits album from Australian alternative/rock group, Birds of Tokyo. The album includes tracks from the band's four studio albums and three extended plays. The album was released on 6 November 2015 and it debuted and peaked at number 4 on the Australian ARIA Charts.
Dumb Things (triple j Like A Version)
Hunters & Collectors
The Children Came Back
Acoustic Anniversary Album
Mr La Di Da Di
The Greatest Hits (Remastered)
The Secret Daughter - The Secret Edition (The Songs You Loved from the Original 7 Series)
Odyssey Number Five
Odyssey Number Five is the fourth studio album by the Australian rock band Powderfinger, produced by Nick DiDia and released on 4 September 2000 by Universal Music. It won the 2001 ARIA Music Award for Highest Selling Album, Best Group and Best Rock Album. The album was the band's shortest yet, focusing on social, political, and emotional issues that had appeared in prior works, especially Internationalist.
The album produced four singles. The most successful, "My Happiness", reached #4 on the ARIA Singles Chart, won the 2001 ARIA Music Award for "Single of the Year", and topped Triple J's Hottest 100 in 2000. The album also featured "These Days", which topped Triple J's Hottest 100 in 1999. The album was also ranked at number 1 in Triple J's Hottest 100 Australian Albums of All Time poll in 2011.
Many critics lauded the album as Powderfinger's best work; one stated that the album was "the Finger's Crowning Glory", however, others were critical of the "imitation" contained in the album. Overall, the album won five ARIA Music Awards in 2001 and was certified platinum seven times, and earned an eighth in 2004.
Falling & Flying
Falling & Flying is the second studio album by Australian hip hop artist 360. The album was released on 30 September 2011 on Soulmate Records.
You Get There From Here: His Greatest Hits
Up There Cazaly (35th Year Anniversary - 2014)
Cinematic is the fourth studio album by Australian rapper Illy, first released in November 2013 through ONETWO records.
Recorded at M-Phazes' studio in Melbourne, Australia the album serves as Illy's first release under his independent label, ONETWO and includes collaborations with Hilltop Hoods, Drapht, Daniel Merriweather and Kira Puru among others. During one particular interview, Illy commented on the album by saying, “This will be my fourth album in five years; I've learned a lot and directed this experience into Cinematic. The concepts are tighter, the hooks are more finessed and the beats are off the chart!”
Cinematic was a critical and commercial success upon release, garnering positive reviews from most critics and debuting and peaking at number-four on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart, thus becoming Illy's first top five album and his highest charting studio release to date. The album was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments exceeding 35,000 copies. In October 2014, Cinematic received an ARIA Award nomination in the "Best Urban Album" category. However, it lost to the Hilltop Hoods' Walking Under Stars.
Richmond Tigers Football Club
Footy Fever Themes
And The Horse You Rode In On
And the Horse You Rode in On is the seventh solo studio album by Australian singer/songwriter James Reyne released on 14 March 2005. It's an acoustic recording of songs taken from his earlier solo work and Australian Crawl songs. It includes two new tracks.
Later digital editions renamed this album as Greatest Hits Acoustic.
The Screaming Jets
Rock On is the second live album by the Australian rock band The Screaming Jets released in 2005. It was also released as a DVD with this disc as a bonus disc.
The Black Sorrows
Hoops is the second studio album by Australian alternative rock group, The Rubens. The album was released on 7 August 2015 and reached number 2 on the Australian Albums Chart.
The album was produced by David Kahne and mixed by Michael Brauer, except for the title track "Hoops", which was produced and mixed by Eric J.
Sunset Dreaming (Djapana Remix) [triple j Like A Version]
"Yours" is the debut studio album from Australian singer-songwriter, Nathaniel Willemse. It was released in Australia on 23 October 2015 and debuted at number 5 on the ARIA Charts.
Roll Up Your Sleeves (triple j Like A Version)
FROM THE BOTTOM OF A WELL
No Aphrodisiac (triple j Like A Version)
Jess & Matt
Jess & Matt
Jess & Matt is the self-titled debut studio album by Jess & Matt. The album includes re-recorded tracks they performed on the seventh season of The X Factor Australia, where they came third. The album was released through Sony Music Australia on 16 December 2015. The album was preceded by the lead single "Nothing Matters", which debuted at number 29 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
Everyone We Know
The Pigram Brothers
Great Classic Aussie Pub Songs
True Blue Aussie Christmas
The Dimmer Twins (Mick & Keef)
Chain Reaction is a studio album by Australian singer John Farnham. The album was released in Australia on September 24th 1990 on CD, cassette tape and LP. It was the highest selling album in Australia that year, debuting at #1 on the ARIA charts.
The album had four singles released under it, the first three of them yielding top 10 status, with the title track reaching #3 in August, "That's Freedom" at #5 in September and "Burn For You" reaching #5 in December. A fourth single, "In Days to Come", was released early the following year, peaking at #41.
The album was re-released on vinyl on 18 August 2017 by Sony Music.
Something Bout You
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