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The Official Fiction
Something For Kate
The Official Fiction was the fourth studio album by Australian band Something for Kate. The album debuted at Number 1 on the ARIA charts and earned platinum status for sales exceeding 70,000 units. It earned the band four ARIA Music Award nominations and took out Rolling Stone's Album of the Year and Single of the Year for "Déjà Vu". The first single from the album, "Déjà Vu", remains a staple of their live sets. It was followed by two other singles, "Song For A Sleepwalker" and "Moving Right Along".
He Will Have His Way - The Songs Of Tim & Neil Finn
He Will Have His Way is a compilation album featuring male Australian and New Zealand musicians performing songs written by Neil Finn and Tim Finn, who are best known as members of Split Enz and Crowded House. It was released on 12 November 2010 and is a sequel to She Will Have Her Way, a 2005 album featuring female Australian and New Zealand musicians. The two albums were later released together with extra tracks as the double CD They Will Have Their Way.
Drowning in the Fountain of Youth
Dan Kelly & the Alpha Males
The Goodbye Girl
What Rhymes With Girls And Cars
Tim Rogers & The Twin Set
Black The Sun
Black the Sun is the debut album by the Australian singer–songwriter Alex Lloyd, released in January 1999 via EMI Records. It won the 2000 ARIA Music Award for Best Male Artist.
The song "Something Special" was later remixed by Resin Dogs to create "Something Special".
Autumn Flow - 10th Anniversary Edition
Recordings 2003–2005 is an EP by Australian singer-songwriter Josh Pyke. It was released in 2005 on Ivy League records, distributed by MGM distribution. The song "The Doldrums" was originally released under the moniker "Night Hour".
You Am I's #4 Record
You Am I
#4 Record is an album by the Australian rock band, You Am I, released in 1998. The album reached #1 on the local albums chart on its release. This was You Am I's third consecutive album to debut at #1 on the Australian charts, a record at the time. The album contains "Heavy Heart", one of the band's best known songs which has been covered by Paul Kelly, Ben Lee, Lisa Mitchell, TZU, Courtney Barnett, and the Supersuckers.
You Am I recorded the album with producer George Drakoulias, who Tim Rogers later reflected put the band "through the wringer", with high standards for the scansion of the vocal performance that he wanted to capture on the recordings. The album was recorded during an unhappy period for the band. "It was the worst recording experience. Rusty, Andy and I didn't hang out." Rogers later said.
Dear Friends and Enemies
Big Heavy Stuff
Modern Day Addiction
All the Pretty Boys
The Gin Club
****Bruises You Can Touch
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.
From Here To Wherever
I'm Already Home
I'm Already Home is the debut studio album by Australian rock band Waikiki, released on 29 September 2002. The album reached number 43 in the ARIA Charts.
BigBigLove is the debut studio album by Australian indie rock band Little Birdy, released in Australia on 4 October 2004. It reached number 5 in the ARIA music charts and was certified gold less than a month after its release. The album was produced by Paul McKercher at Big Jesus Burger Studios and mixed at Studios 301.
Three singles were released from the album; "Beautiful to Me", which reached number 27, "Tonight's the Night", and "Excited", which reached number 44 on the ARIA Singles Charts.
The album was nominated for four ARIA Awards in 2004; Best Breakthrough Artist/Album, Best Rock Album, Best Producer, and Best Engineer. Two tracks from the album reached the Triple J Hottest 100 for 2004; "Beautiful to Me" at number 8 and "Tonight's the Night" at number 78.
The album features a more pop-oriented, commercial alternative rock sound than their later records, which experimented with electronic music and folk.
Get Out While You Can
Get Out While You Can is the second studio album by Australian musician Dan Sultan, released in November 2009.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 2010, Sultan won two awards; ARIA Award for Best Male Artist and Best Blues and Roots Album.
The Early Years
For Bread & Circuses
Lazy Highways is the fourth studio album by Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne indie band The Fauves. The album has been described as the band's Australiana-album.
The sleeve artwork is very similar in design to the Miles Davis album Bitches Brew.
Cox later said, "When we made Lazy Highways we knew it wouldn't do as well as Future Spa because we weren't interested in making Future Spa mark 2. Lazy Highways had too many quiet moments for the average mosher in the front row and our popularity went down accordingly." Newey added, "We played Future Spa on the road for so long, we did like 140 shows after its release. We were just exhausted and that's largely responsible for the mellower tone on this record. We didn't feel like cranking it up and going crazy."
An Empty Flight
Scared Of Horses
Factory Girls (Deluxe Edition)
Factory Girls is the fourth album from Melbourne rock band, Dallas Crane, released on September 16, 2006. All the tracks were written and performed by Dallas Crane, with Steve Hesketh on keyboards for "Teenage Superpot" and "Muddy Waters".
The Way Out
The Way Out is the debut album by Australian rock band Drag released 10 July 2005. Drag recorded and toured for the album while lead singer and guitarist Darren Middleton was on a break from his other band Powderfinger.
Revelations is the debut album from Western Australian rock music group Red Jezebel.
The album was released on 7 June 2004 on Sunday Ride Records via MGM Distribution. It was recorded between April 2003 and February 2004 at Blackbird Sound Studios in Perth and was produced by David Parkin and the band. The album featured the song, "Wide Open Spaces", which received extensive airplay on national youth broadcaster Triple J. The songs on the album range from pure guitar-based rock, "Trust in Us", to psycho-county, "Dale", to softer acoustic based ballads such as "New Revelations" and "See Through Dress", both of which feature the vocals of Susannah Legge. The album was the last release to feature guitarist Chris Hayes and the band's original line-up, Hayes was replaced by the album's producer, David Parkin.
End of Fashion
End of Fashion
End of Fashion is the debut album by Australian band End of Fashion. It was released in Australia on 15 August 2005, reaching number 3 in the Australian ARIA Albums Chart, and was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association in 2006. It features the single "O Yeah", which reached number 21 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.
It also features re-recorded versions of previously released songs, "Rough Diamonds" and "She's Love" from the Rough Diamonds EP, and "Too Careful" and "Love Comes In" from the Too Careful EP.
Additional musicians on the album include Hugh Jennings, Katy Steele of Little Birdy, and producer Dennis Herring.
All At Sea
New Rules for Boats
Starky is Starky's second studio album, released in 2006. In promoting their second album, Starky went on to support The Killers during their Australian tour in early 2007. Their sets included songs from the self-titled album and usually a cover.
After the band released their first studio album Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre in 2003, the band underwent a change of personnel and as a result, Beau Cassidy became chief songwriter and subsequently the band acquired a different, more atmospheric sound. The album was produced by Dave Eringa who has produced records for the likes of Idlewild, Manic Street Preachers and Suede.
Dan Kelly's Dream
Insomnia is the second extended play by Australian musician Washington. It is the follow up to her 2010 debut album I Believe You Liar. It was released on Mercury in 2011, and peaked at #24 on the Australian ARIA charts.
Sift The Noise
Skipping Girl Vinegar
Sift the Noise is the debut album by Australian indie rock band Skipping Girl Vinegar. It was "recorded in living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and studios across Melbourne – as well as ‘The Lookout’, a beach shack in Aireys Inlet". The album was mixed and mastered in London by Adrian Bushby, New York City by Greg Calbi and Nashville by Brad Jones.
The album was one of the first to be released on the short-lived DDA format in 2008.
Sift the Noise is dedicated to Norman and Lorna Lang, the grandparents of Mark and Sare Lang, who died during its creation.
Kosciuszko is the fifth studio album by Australian alternative rock band Jebediah. Recorded between 2010 and 2011, it was released on 15 April 2011 by record label Dew Process; their first release since their hiatus following 2005's Anniversary E.P.
The Overture & The Underscore
Planet of the Stereos
The Street Press Years
Tex Perkins & The Dark Horses
Be The Twilight - Enter The Twilight Zone
Too Fat For Tahiti
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