Sunday, 18 February 2018
Craig Dougall McLachlan (born 1 September 1965) is an Australian actor, musician, singer and composer. He has been involved in film, television and music theatre for 25 years. He is best known for appearing in the soap operas Neighbours and Home and Away and the BBC One spy drama Bugs. He has portrayed the title role in The Doctor Blake Mysteries, for which he was nominated for the Logie Award for Most Popular Actor; he has previously won the award in this category three times. "On My Own" realeased in 1991 was a single from his album Hands Free and reached #23 on the Australian Charts and #59 in the UK. Thanks to AussieRock
1 On my Own
2 I Want Your Heart
3 Farm yard Scud
"7 Seconds" is a song composed by Youssou N'Dour, Neneh Cherry, Cameron McVey and Jonathan Sharp. It was released in 1994 as a single performed by Youssou N'Dour and Neneh Cherry. It achieved much success, reaching the top chart position in numerous countries. 7 Seconds reached the top three in several countries, including the United Kingdom, Sweden, Portugal, Germany, The Netherlands, Australia, Russia and Poland, and climbed to the top position in France, Switzerland, Finland and Italy. It stayed at No. 1 for 16 consecutive weeks on the French Singles Chart, which was the record for the most weeks at the top at the time. The single also remained at the top position on the Italian Singles Chart for nine consecutive weeks in the autumn of that year.
01 7 Seconds (radio edit)
02 7 Seconds (LP version)
03 7 Seconds (new old mix)
04 7 Seconds (dub mix)
05 7 Seconds (hip hop mix)
"Is There Any Love in Your Heart" The song was released as the final single from the original album. It peaked at number 19 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, number 52 in the UK, and number 32 in Australia.
01 Is There any Love in Your Heart
02 Spinning Around Over You
03 Freedom Train [Live]
04 Always on the Run [Live]
05 Stop Draggin' Around [live]
Saturday, 17 February 2018
Written by Mandawuy Yunupingu. Produced by Mark McGuire. String arrangement by Stuart Wood. Australian band, made up mostly of Indiginous persons from Australia’s Northern Territory and led by the writer here, Mandawuy Yunupingu. The group’s success on the music charts began when a re-mix of the single “Treaty” (written by Paul Kelly, Mandawuy Yunupingu and other members of the group) reached # 11. The album, “Tribal Voice” produced by Mark Moffat for Mushroom Records reached #4 on the Australian album chart. "Djäpana (Sunset Dreaming)" from the album peaked at #13 in 1992 and was featured in the Yahoo Serious film, “Reckless Kelly” in 1993.
01 Djapana (Sunset Dreaming) [Gapirri Mix]
02 Dhum Dhum (Bush Wallaby)
03 Djapana (Sunset Dreaming) [Album Version]
Friday, 16 February 2018
"Megarama '89" is a megamix of songs by English girl group Bananarama. It was released as a single in 1989 in Germany, Japan and France. The French single differs from the version released in Germany and Japan. The megamix does not appear on any of Bananarama's albums and has not been included on any of the group's greatest hits packages. The single had its greatest success in France, where it peaked at number seventeen.
01 Megarama '89 (Full Length Version)
02 I Heard a Rumour (Corporation Of Bananarama Remix)
03 Venus (The Greatest Remix)
"More Than Words" is the fifth track and third single from Extreme's 1990 LP Pornograffitti. It is a ballad built around acoustic guitar work by Nuno Bettencourt and the vocals of Gary Cherone (with harmony vocals from Bettencourt). The song is a detour from the funk metal style that permeates the band's records. As such, it has often been described as "a blessing and a curse" due to its overwhelming success and recognition worldwide, but the band ultimately embraced it and plays it on every show. On March 23, 1991, "More Than Words" entered the US Billboard Hot 100 at number 81 and soon after reached number one. It also reached number two in the United Kingdom, where the group had success before its American breakthrough. Though they had made a few European charts before, this brought the band to their first mainstream success in the United States.
01 More Than Words
02 Kid Ego
03 Nice Place to Visit
"Always the Pretenders" is a 2006 single released by the Swedish rock band Europe. It is the first single from Europe's album Secret Society, and was released on 11 October 2006. The single peaked at number 2 on the Swedish singles chart. The song is co-written by vocalist Joey Tempest and bassist John Levén, and was inspired by a phonecall Tempest received on 11 September 2001.
01 Always the Pretenders (Radio Edit)
02 Always the Pretenders (Album Version)
03 Flames (Live at B.B.King's, New York 2005)
04 Superstitious (Live at B.B.King's, New York 2005)
Mr. Jones" is a song by American alternative rock band Counting Crows. It was released in December 1993 as the lead single and third track from their debut album, August and Everything After (1993). It was the band's first radio hit and one of their most popular singles. "Mr. Jones" entered the American Top 40 on February 19, 1994, and entered the Top 10 five weeks later. On April 23, "Mr. Jones" passed R. Kelly's "Bump n' Grind", taking the number-one position (which it surrendered, the following week, to Prince's "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World"
01 Mr. Jones (LP version)
02 Raining in Baltimore (LP version)
03 Mr. Jones (acoustic version)
04 Rain King (acoustic version)
"The Crying Game" was covered by Boy George in 1992, and both this version and the original Dave Berry recordings were used as the theme to the 1992 Neil Jordan movie The Crying Game. Boy George's version of the song was produced by the Pet Shop Boys and reached #22 on the UK Singles Chart in 1992, #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S., and #1 in Canada on the RPM 100 national singles chart the following year. Thus it became the biggest solo hit that he achieved in the US, or Canada.
01 Crying Game
02 Crying Game [Extended Dance Mix]
03 I Specialize in Loneliness
Monday, 12 February 2018
"I'm on Your Side" is a ballad performed by Australian rock duo Divinyls. It was released as the fourth and final single from their successful self titled album, Divinyls (1991). "I'm on Your Side" is notable for being one of only a few Divinyls songs not written by Christina Amphlett and Mark McEntee. Instead it was written by famed songwriting duo Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly, who had both co-written Divinyls smash hit "I Touch Myself". "I'm on Your Side" peaked at number ninety-two on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.
01 I'm on Your Side
02 I'll Make You Happy (Live)
03 Boys in Town (Live)
04 Pleasure and Pain (Live)
05 I Touch Myself (Live)
Sunday, 11 February 2018
All I Want is You was the final song released to promote Rattle and Hum. The single contained both an Edit version and the original album version with the strings portion intact. The longer version also made it to the Best of 1980-1990 release. "All I Want Is You" was released in the UK as a single on 12 June 1989. Also featured are covers of The Righteous Brothers', "Unchained Melody", and a cover of Love Affair's "Everlasting Love". It reached number 4 in the UK charts and number 2 in Australia, number 12 on the Dutch Top 40, but only reached number 67 and number 83 in the Canadian and American charts, respectively.
01 All I Want is You (Single Edit)
02 Unchained Melody
03 Everlasting Love
04 All I Want is You (Album Version)
Reunion is a live album by heavy metal band Black Sabbath. It features the original line-up of Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward, the four musicians' first recording together since the firing of Osbourne in 1979.
Concern about Ward's health meant former Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice was on standby for two homecoming shows at the Birmingham NEC on December 4 and 5, 1997. "We hadn't done a show with Bill for 18 years," remarked Iommi. In fact, Ward made it through both shows – albeit not without incident. "Bill hit a gong and it fell on him," Iommi reported. "I creased up. His arm was black and blue in the morning, because those things weigh a ton. When it hit him and fell onto the kit, it sounded like someone was throwing pots and pans around. We were waiting for something like that to happen
01 Paranoid (Live)
02 Psycho Man (Radio Edit)
03 Psycho Man (Danny Saber Remix Edit)
You Were There" is a song by Australian rock-pop band Southern Sons. It was released in March 1993 as the third single taken from their second studio album, Nothing But the Truth (1992). The song peaked at number 6 in Australia, becoming the band's third top ten single. It has also gained popularity in the Philippines. The song featured in the Sydney Dance Company's production of Beauty and the Beast.
01 You Were There
02 Wildest Love
"All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You" is a song by the rock band Heart. It was composed by veteran songwriter and producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange and released as the lead single from the band's tenth studio album, Brigade, as well as their first hit single of the 1990s. The song was first recorded as "All I Want to Do Is Make Love to You" by Dobie Gray in 1979, though with different lyrics.
"All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You" was a success, spending two weeks at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 (kept from the top spot by Madonna's "Vogue"), peaking at number eight in the UK Singles Chart, and reaching #1 in Canada and Australia. It reached #1 in Sweden in May 12, 1990.
01 All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You (Edit)
02 All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You (LP)
Saturday, 10 February 2018
"Territory" is Sepultura's sixth official single, and the last of three to be taken from the album Chaos A.D., released in 1993. Like most of the band's singles, the song is one of the band's best-known songs and remains a concert staple to this day.
03 Biotech Is Godzilla
"Now That the Magic Has Gone" taken fron the 1991 album Night Calls it reached #28 on the UK charts. Thanks to AussieRock.
01 Now That The Magic Has Gone
02 You Can Leave Your Hat On (Extended Dressed Mix)
"Gamble Everything for Love" is a pop song and also an EP by the Australian singer Ben Lee. It was released on 13 December 2004 by Ten Fingers. The song peaked at #39 on the ARIA Singles Chart in January 2005, spending 8 weeks in the top 50. The song was used in the popular series The Blacklist, in series 3 episode : The Director. It was ranked #15 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.
01 Gamble Everything
02 Ache For You
03 The Serious Mythology of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs (non-album track)
04 Desire (non-album track)
05 Hellbent for Heaven (non-album track)
Saturday, 3 February 2018
Bobby & Laurie were a popular Australian singing duo of the 1960s, featuring Laurie Allen (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Bobby Bright (vocals, guitar). Bright had previously worked mainly as a solo artist, starting his singing in Adelaide. He later moved to Melbourne and released two solo singles on the W&G Records label in 1963. Bobby Bright and Laurie Allen made their first TV appearance together on The Go! Show and then started recording for Go Records, an offshoot from the show. Bobby & Laurie scored four Top 40 hits in their hometown Melbourne then switched to Alberts were they topped the Australian chart for five weeks with the classic ‘Hitch Hiker’ in May and June 1966.
01 Child Of Rock & Roll
02 Living In Limbo
03 Younger Days
04 Great Life (Elisie'Song)
05 Close To You
Friday, 2 February 2018
"I Can't Dance" is the fourth track from the Genesis album We Can't Dance and was the second single from the album. The song peaked at number seven on both the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and the UK Singles Chart and received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals in 1993. In Australian "I Can't Dance" reached #7 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
01 I Can't Dance
02 On the Shoreline
03 In Too Deep (live)
04 That's All (live)