Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Stephen Donald Cummings (born 13 September 1954 in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian rock singer-songwriter and writer. He was lead singer of Melbourne-based rock band, The Sports, from 1976 to 1981. "Taken by Surprise" the second single from the album Escapist charted at #175 must have sold a couple of copies.
01 Taken By Surprise
02 Sometimes (Acoustic)
03 The Other Side Of The River
04 Why Me
"Young Boy" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the fifth track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. In April 1997, the song was released as the first single from that album, peaking at number 19 in the UK Singles Chart, and number 60 on the Australian Singles Chart. Unreleased as a single in America. McCartney reportedly started working on the song in August of 1994. The initial tracks were recorded in February 1995 at Steve Miller's studio in Sun Valley, Idaho, and were completed in May at McCartney's home studio. McCartney later revealed that the song was made by combining two unfinished songs, "If You Wanna" and "Used to Be Bad".
01 Young Boy
02 Looking for You
03 Oobu Joobu - Part 1 (Sections 1 to 8)
"In Private" was the third single in a row to be a charting success for British singer Dusty Springfield, after an absence of nearly two decades from the charts. Both "In Private" and Springfield's previous single, "Nothing Has Been Proved" were produced by Pet Shop Boys, who helped return Springfield to prominence with their 1987 hit collaboration "What Have I Done to Deserve This?". Both Springfield singles were included on her 1990 British album Reputation.
"In Private" peaked at #14 in the British charts. Though not released as a single in the United States, it proved to be popular with club DJs on both coasts and charted on the Hot 100 Dance/Club Play charts, also at #14.
01 In Private" (12" version)
02 In Private" (7" version)
03 In Private" (instrumental version)
Monday, 11 December 2017
God Save the Queen is the cover of the famous song God Save The Queen by the punk group Sex Pistols , this time reinterpreted by the heavy metal band Motörhead . The single is freom the We Are Motörhead album and only released in the United Kingdom as a promo-single , to promote their album.
01 God Save The Queen
02 One More Fucking Time
03 God Save The Queen ( Enhanced Video )
"Long Time" is the 5th track on the little known album Flame (1992) which its creator Mark Gillespie regards as his best and most mature music, recorded as it was after his years in Bangladesh. Recorded with the same basic players that appeared on his highly-acclaimed debut album 12 years earlier, Flame offers a 12-song feast of music, featuring the best Australian musicians and singers.
Ross Hannaford - lead guitar and harmony vocals Joe Creighton - bass guitar and harmony vocals John Watson - drums Jame Black - keyboards Alex Pertpot - percussion and the incredible Vanetta Fields - harmony vocals.
01 Long Time
03 Love Melts Away
Sunday, 10 December 2017
"Love Will Find A Way" is the sixth (and final) single from Australia's highest-selling girl group, Bardot. It was released in February 2002 and is taken from their second album 'Play It Like That'. It reached #18 on the Australian Singles Chart.
01 Love Will Find A Way
02 Hit 'n' Run
03 Love Will Find A Way (Supafly Remix)
04 Love Will Find A Way (Acoustic Version)
"Don't Miss You" is a song performed by Australian singer-songwriter, Ricki-Lee Coulter. Co-written by Coulter, Nikki Gregoff and Paul Weinber the song was initially released as the lead single from her unreleased third studio album, Hear No, See No, Speak No. It was released both physically and digitally on 31 July 2009. It reached #24 on the Australian charts.
01 Don't Miss You (Radio Edit)
02 Don't Miss You (Acapella)
03 Don't Miss You (Instrumental)
"Treat Me Good" is a song written by Tania Doko, Joanne McDonald and James Roche for Bachelor Girl's first album Waiting for the Day (1998). It was released as the album's second single in Australia on 5 October 1998 as a CD single. The song was a minor hit peaking in the top forty (#34) of the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, also peaking in the top thirty (#26) in New Zealand.
01 Treat Me Good
02 Treat Me Good (cyber mix)
03 Someway, Somehow
"Get Down on It" is a 1982 by American band Kool & the Gang. It was originally released on their Something Special album in 1981. The single was certified Gold by the RIAA. "Get Down on It" was re-recorded and released as the third overall single from Australian singer Peter Andre's second studio album, Natural. The single featured the band Past to Present. The single reached No.1 in New Zealand and No. 5 on the Australian Singles Chart, achieving Gold status there in March 1996.
01 Get Down on It (Single Version)
02 Get Down on It (The One World Mix)
03 Get Down on It (Instrumental)
04 Get Down on It (Extended Version)
05 Get Down on It (The Toyboy Mix)
06 Get Down on It (No Rap Version)
Long time mates Glen Shorrok and Brian Cadd who spent time together in legendary band Axiom got together in 1994 to collaborate on the album "Blazing Saddles"
01 A Little Ray Of Sunshine
02 Life Of Brian
"Sealed with a Kiss" is a song written by Peter Udell and Gary Geld and was most successful as a 1962 hit single for Brian Hyland. In 1989, Jason Donovan released a cover version as the third single from his debut album, Ten Good Reasons. His version went straight into the UK Singles Chart at number one and stayed there for two weeks, also reaching the top in Finland and Ireland. The single reached a respectable #8 in Australia.
1 Sealed With A Kiss (7" Version)
2 Just Call Me Up (7" Version)
3 Too Many Broken Hearts (Techno Remix)
Saturday, 2 December 2017
....The Answer to Both Your Questions is a 1996 EP by Something for Kate. The album reportedly title came from the bands' frontman Paul Dempsey asking a friend for suggestions for what to name the EP. His response was, "The answer to both your questions is 'Porn'". Although Dempsey didn't take this advice, he thought the answer was "a good title".
01 Subject To Change
02 Higher Than You Think
03 Tomorrow And The Next Day
04 Picards Lament
Vika and Linda are an Australian vocal duo consisting of Vika Susan Bull (born 1966) and her younger sister, Linda Rose Bull. They came to prominence after singing backing vocals in Joe Camilleri's band The Black Sorrows from 1988.
Princess Tabu is the second studio album by Vika & Linda Bull. The album was released in August 1996 and debuted and peaked at number 30 on the Australian ARIA Charts. Love Comes Easy is a single from the album and it just managed to scrape into the top 100 at #93.
01 Love Comes Easy
02 Princess Tabu
03 The Long Walk
ENZSO was an orchestral project started by former Split Enz keyboardist Eddie Rayner. It combines the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra with contemporary pop singers to perform Split Enz songs.
"Message to My Girl" is a song by ENZSO, released as the second single from their self-titled debut album, ENZSO. The single contains the B-sides "Stranger Than Fiction" and "Time for a Change", which are both available on the album. The song was originally performed by Split Enz for their seventh album Conflicting Emotions.
01 Message to My Girl
02 Stranger Than Fiction
03 Time for a Change
"We Are the Champions" is a song by the British rock band Queen, first released on their 1977 album News of the World. Written by lead singer Freddie Mercury, it is one of Queen's most popular songs, and one of rock's most recognisable anthems.
The song was a worldwide success, reaching number two in the UK Singles Chart, and number four on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. In 2009, "We Are the Champions" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, and was voted the world's favourite song in a 2005 Sony Ericsson world music poll. In 2011, a team of scientific researchers concluded that the song was the catchiest in the history of popular music.
In 1977–1978, "We Are the Champions" was released as a single in many countries, reaching number 2 on the UK Singles Chart. number 4 on Billboard in the US. the top 10 in Ireland, Australia, Netherlands, and Norway, and top 15 in Germany, Austria and Sweden. In 1992, 1993 and 1998, the single was re-released in France, totalling 45 weeks on the chart and peaking respectively at #19, #14, and #10 during the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
01 We Are The Champions
02 Friends Will Be Friends
"Ace of Spades" is a song by British rock band Motörhead, released in 1980 as a single and the title track to the album Ace of Spades. The song spent 13 weeks in the UK Singles Chart, and originally peaked at number 15 upon its initial release. At the midweek point in January 2016 it reached No. 9 and in the official Friday charts they reached number 13, following the death of frontman Lemmy in December 2015 and subsequent dissolution of the band. It has sold 208,830 digital copies as of January 2016. It reached the summit of the UK Rock & Metal Singles and Albums Charts on 9 January 2016.
01 Ace Of Spades (The CCN Remix - 7' Edit)
02 Ace Of Spades (The CCN Remix)
03 Louie Louie
04 Dirty Love
05 Ace Of Spades (Orginal Version)
Tuesday, 28 November 2017
Sydney, Australia's Asteroid B-612 take on a grittier, straight forward approach of rock 'n' roll in the vein of The Stooges, Blue Oyster Cult and The New York Dolls. On top of their added approach of angst and speed, Asteroid B-612 made their recording debut in 1996 with the EP Teen Sublimation Riffs. The following year, Au-Go-Go Records released their first full-length Not Meant For This World, as well as their second EP September Crush.
01 September Crush
03 Second Cousin
"Calling Elvis" is a song written by Mark Knopfler and performed by Dire Straits. It first appeared on the final studio album by the band, On Every Street (1991). It was released as the first single from that album, peaking at number 21 in the United Kingdom, and reaching the Top 10 in numerous other countries including Australia where it reached #8.
01 Calling Elvis
02 Iron Hand