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Edge is an album by Daryl Braithwaite. It was recorded between April-September 1988 and released in November 1988. It reached No.1 on the Australian ARIA Charts for 3 weeks in 1989.
Braithwaite toured the album across Australia and New Zealand in 1989 and the album was certified 3x platinum in October 1989.
Simon Hussey was nominated for Producer of the Year for Edge at the ARIA Music Awards of 1989, but lost to Age of Reason.
The Other Side
The Other Side is an album by the Australian rock band 1927, released in 1990. The album reached #50 on the 1990 ARIA Australian Year End Albums Chart.
Double Happiness is the eleventh studio album by Australian singer Jimmy Barnes. It was released on 18 July 2005 on CD and vinyl. The album contains duets Barnes performed with various solo artists and bands.
Southern Sons is the debut album by Australian music group Southern Sons. The album was released in Australia through Wheatley Records in June 1990 and reached number 5 on the ARIA charts. A total of 4 singles were released from this album.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1991, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist – Album, but lost to Safety in Numbers by Margaret Urlich.
The album was re-released in 2009 by Sony BMG and was also released in the Australian iTunes Store as a digital download in 2010.
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.
The Black Sorrows
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.
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.
Hard Reyne is the second solo album by Australian singer/songwriter James Reyne. It was released in May 1989 and peaked at number 7 on the ARIA Charts.
The album produced four singles, "House of Cards", "One More River", "Trouble in Paradise" and "Harvest Moon".
That's What I'm Talking About
That's What I'm Talking About is the debut studio album by Australian singer Shannon Noll, released on 9 February 2004 and debuted at number 1 on the ARIA Charts. The album includes his number one, 4x platinum debut single, "What About Me".
Chocolate Starfish is the debut studio album by Australian rock music group, Chocolate Starfish, The album was released in April 1994 and peaked at number 2 on the ARIA Charts. The album spawned five singles and was certified Platinum.
Let's All Get Together
You Get There From Here: His Greatest Hits
Waiting For The Day
Waiting for the Day is the debut studio album by Australian band Bachelor Girl. The album was released in Australia through Gotham Records on 9 November 1998. The album charted in the top twenty on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart and was certified platinum.
The album yielded four singles; "Buses and Trains", "Treat Me Good", "Lucky Me" and "Blown Away" as well as one promotional single "Permission to Shine".
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1999, the album won the ARIA Award for Producer of the Year as well as being nominated for Breakthrough Artist - Album and Best Pop Release.
It was released in the United States of America in 1999, under the title Breaking Through from Down Under with a slightly altered track listing.
The Works is an acoustic studio album by Australian singer-songwriter, Jon Stevens. It was released on the Liberation Blue label in November 2005 and features Stevens performing well known Noiseworks songs as well as tracks from his previous studio album Ain't No Life for the Faint Hearted and a cover of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy".
Tracks 1-11 are recorded at Eastern Bloc Studios, Melbourne. Tracks 12-14 are recorded at The Basement
In 2006, Stevens toured alongside Ian Moss with the “Six Strings & The Works”.
Telling Everybody is the debut album by Australian boy band and pop vocal group Human Nature released on 2 December 1996 by Columbia Records owned by Sony Music Entertainment Australia.
Nine Lime Avenue
Nine Lime Avenue is a studio album by Australian recording artists, Kate Ceberano. The album consisting entirely of cover versions. The album was a commercial success and was certified gold in Australia.
No Plans is the seventh studio album by Australian rock band Cold Chisel. It was released on 6 April 2012 and was the band's first studio album in 14 years. It features the final recorded performances by drummer Steve Prestwich, who died of a brain tumour in January 2011. The album peaked at number 2 on the Australian charts.
The Greatest Hits (Digitally Remastered)
If I Were A Carpenter
More Than a Game - the Footy Album
This Road is the third studio album by Australian recording artist James Blundell, released in April 1992 by EMI. The album debuted at number four on the ARIA Albums Chart and became Blundell's highest-charting album. It was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments of more than 70,000 copies.
At the 1993 ARIA Music Awards, the album was nominated for Best Country Album. At the 1993 Country Music Awards, the album won Top Selling album of the Year.
Essential as Anything (30th Anniversary Edition)
Mental as Anything
Beating The Boards
Beating the Boards is the first live album released by Australian musician, Jon English. The album was released in Australia in April 1982. The album was recorded live at the following performances across Australia, Norway and Denmark.
Belmont Park Racecourse, Perth, 8 August, 1981.
Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, 14 September, 1981.
Civic Theatre, Canberra, 25 September, 1981.
Newcastle Civic Theatre, Newcastle, 28 & 29 September, 1981.
National Hotel, Brisbane, 2 & 3 October, 1981.
Chateau Neuf, Oslo 25 & 26 October, 1981.
Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen 28 October, 1981.
Musicians Club, Sydney, 13-14 December, 1981
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne 26 February, 1982.
Best Of: You Weren't in Love with Me (Remastered)
Life is the twelfth studio album by Australian singer Marcia Hines, released in Australia on 17 November 2007. It peaked at #21 in Australia.
The album is Hines' interpretation of songs originally recorded by artists such as John Lennon, R.E.M and Toni Braxton.
Under One Roof
Hunters & Collectors
Under One Roof is the third live album by Australian rock group Hunters & Collectors, released on 11 November 1998. It was recorded on 13 March 1998 at one of the band's last performances of their Juggernaut Say Goodbye Tour at the Coogee Bay Hotel in Sydney. The group also issued a video album of the same name on VHS in 1998, which was directed by Victoria Garrett and Charlie Singer.
A DVD of this performance was subsequently released on 24 November 2003 with a surround sound audio mix. To coincide with the DVD release the CD was re-issued on 1 December 2003. The DVD reached No. 31 on the ARIA DVD Charts and was subsequently certified Gold. On 3 June 2011 the album was reissued with a different title, Hunters & Collectors – Greatest Hits Live, and different artwork. A combined CD and DVD package, under the original title was released on 5 April 2013.
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
The Way The World Looks
The Way The World Looks is the second studio album by Australian singer and songwriter Wes Carr. The album was released on 20 March 2009 and contains Carr's Australian Idol winners single, "You" as well as the other released singles, "Feels Like Woah", "Fearless" and "Love Is An Animal".
ReStylin' Up 20 Years
Best Of Gina Jeffreys...So Far
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 Hard Way
The Memphis Album
North: 25 Years On
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