Sunday, 23 August 2015
"Black Fingernails, Red Wine" is the first single by Australian alternative rock band Eskimo Joe, taken from their third studio album of the same name. It has been their most successful single to date: their first song to chart in the top ten of the ARIA Singles Chart (peaking at #6); spent 19 weeks in the top 20, and won Single of the Year at the ARIA Music Awards of 2006. It also made #2 on the Triple J Hottest 100, 2006.
1. "Black Fingernails, Red Wine" 4:06
2. "Japanese Waitress" 3:00
3. "Don't Get Me Wrong" 4:50
4. "From the Sea" (Performed Live on Rove Live 8 June 2004)
Saturday, 22 August 2015
"Say Something" released 2002 and had a week in the top 40 at #40 it was the fourth single release from "Echolalia" (2001)
1. Say Something
2. Folded Paper Boats
3. Whatever You Want (Live at The Chapel)
4. Chapel St. Etc (Live at The Chapel)
Something for Kate is a rock band from Melbourne, Australia, led by songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Paul Dempsey. The band was formed in 1994 and signed to the Murmur record label a year later when its three members were aged only 19. They have released six studio albums, two of which have topped Australia's ARIA Charts, with three others reaching the top 10.
Monsters was the first single released from Something for Kate’s third album, ‘Echolalia’ and charted at #15
1.Monsters (single version)
3.The Astonaut (live acoustic)
5. Monsters (album version)
Wednesday, 5 August 2015
Bernie Hayes is an Australian singer/songwriter who has released four albums as a solo artist and written songs for other Australian artists notably "You Made Me Hard" which was the third single from the The Whitlams Love This City album. He first came to public prominence when he joined Club Hoy in 1990.
1 Casting Couch
3 You Made Me Hard
Def FX are an Australian industrial-dance-rock group, formed in Sydney. The core of the group was Sean Lowry (also a visual artist & writer), Fiona Horne (vocalist and lyrics) and Martyn Basha (bassist and co-writer). It made #70 on the Australian charts and #24 on the American dance charts.
1 Space Time Disco
2 No Time For Nowhere (Aquarius Mix)
3 Space Time Disco (Tribe Trance)
4 Light Speed Collision (Live)
"Everything Is Good for You" is a 1996 song by rock group Crowded House. It was the first single released from the group's greatest hits compilation, Recurring Dream. It peaked at number ten on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.
1."Everything Is Good for You"
2."History Never Repeats" (Live) – features Pearl Jam lead vocalist Eddie Vedder co-performing vocals.
3."Chocolate Cake" (Live) – begins with a live rendition of "Rocky Raccoon" by The Beatles
4."Into Temptation" (Live)
"Hell No!" is the debut single by Australian recording artist Ricki-Lee Coulter. It was released as a CD single in June 2005, as the lead single from her self-titled debut album, Ricki-Lee. "Hell No!" debuted and peaked at number five on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments of 35,000 copies
2."Hell No!" (Instrumental)
3."Over the Rainbow"
In 1992, Australian country artists' James Blundell and James Reyne recorded a version and it became a huge hit, peaking at #2 in Australia. It was the highest charting single for both singers. It was included on Blundell’s album “This Road” and Reyne’s “The Best of James Reyne”, both released in 1992.
1. Way Out West
2. James Blundell - She Won't Let You Down
3. James Reyne - Long Yard Rider
Saturday, 1 August 2015
Bachelor Girl was an Australian pop duo, formed in 1992 by Tania Doko as vocalist and James Roche as musician, producer and arranger. Their 1998 debut single, "Buses and Trains", was a top 10 hit in Australia and New Zealand; it peaked in the top 30 in Sweden and charted in the United Kingdom.
1.Buses and Trains
2.This Must Be Love
3.Buses and Trains (Roadside Mix)
The Androids are a rock band from Australia. Fronted by guitarist Tim Henwood (originally from The Superjesus) with members Sam Grayson, Matt Tomlinson and Marty Grech. While their 2002 single, "Do It With M@donn@", was commercially their most successful release - peaking at #4 in the Australia ARIA Singles Chart and #15 in the UK Singles Chart; their second and third singles, "Here She Comes" and "Brand New Life" could not replicate "Do It With M@donn@"'s success.
1 Do It With M@donn@
4 Inside Out
"Absolutely Everybody" is a song by Vanessa Amorosi, released as the second single from her debut album, The Power in 1999 by Transistor Music Australia.
"Absolutely Everybody" debuted and peaked at #6 on the ARIA Single Charts, her fourth highest charting single to date.
The song "Absolutely Everybody" was also released internationally and reached the Top 10 in the United Kingdom, and throughout Europe and South East Asia.
1. "Absolutely Everybody" (Radio version)
2. "Absolutely Everybody" (Latino version)
3. "Absolutely Everybody" (Extended version)
4. "Absolutely Everybody" (Latino extended)