Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Christine Anu (born 15 March 1970) is an Australian pop singer and actress. She gained popularity with the release of her song "My Island Home" and has won several ARIA Music Awards. Party is a 1995 single from Christine's Stylin' Up album it reached #20 o the Australian charts.
02 Extra Mile
Saturday, 23 April 2016
"She Talks to Angels" is a song by the rock band The Black Crowes. It is the eighth track on their 1990 debut album Shake Your Money Maker and was released as the album's fourth single. The song made it to 30 on the US Hot 100. The song hit number one on the US Album Rock Tracks chart and number 70 on the UK Singles Chart in 1991.
01 She Talks To Angles (Edit)
02 She Talks To Angels (Acoustic Version)
Mental As Anything are an Australian new wave/pop-rock band formed at an art school in Sydney in 1976.[ Its most popular line-up (which lasted from 1977-1999) was Martin Plaza (birth name Martin Murphy) on vocals and guitar; Reg Mombassa (birth name Chris O'Doherty) on lead guitar and vocals; his brother Peter "Yoga Dog" O'Doherty on bass guitar and vocals; Wayne "Bird" Delisle (birth name David Twohill) on drums; and Andrew "Greedy" Smith on vocals, keyboards and harmonica.
Mr. Natural Peaked at #27 on the Australian charts and had a stay of 13 weeks.
01 Mr Natural
03 Death Rattle
Friday, 22 April 2016
"Human On the Inside" is a song originally recorded by Australian rock duo Divinyls, released in 1996 as the fourth single from their fifth studio album Underworld. A minor hit in Australia in 1996 #59, the song became better known after it was covered by The Pretenders in 1999 under the title "Human". In this version, the song became a 1999 chart hit in the UK, New Zealand and the US.
1 Human On the Inside
2 I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
3 Human On the Inside (Lonely Mix)
"Don't Wanna Do This" is a song by Australian rock duo Divinyls. It was released in 2007 as their comeback single after an eleven-year-long hiatus, during which they unofficially disbanded. "Don't Wanna Do This" was written by Amphlett and former Rogue Traders drummer Cameron McGlinchey. The B-side single "Asphyxiated" was written by Mark McEntee and conveyed a darker sound than what Divinyls had been known for. Thanks to AussieRock
01 Don't Wanna Do This
A sample record sent to radio programmers
01 Bless My Soul (Its Rock-N-Roll) (LP)
02 Bless My Soul (Its Rock-N-Roll) (Live)
03 Bullet (Live)
04 Make Out Alright (Live)
05 Pleasure And Pain (Live)
"All Pretty Things", released on a compilation album for the Homebake Festival. Amphlett stated that the band would return to the studio to record a full album provided they "survived" their Homebake headline gig and national tour.
Now this post is special! It has been ripped from the CD Master. Yep - I'm not joking. Found both the Master and Reference CD at the market last weekend and got 'em for $1 a piece. They have the Studio 301 logos embosed on the CD and covers and include Recording Documentation (scans included here) with Clover Systems logos included.
Not sure how the store holder got hold of em' (he didn't have a clue what they were) but as soon as I saw them, my eye's lit up like Christmas Tree Lights. Only one track included, this is the last track the Divinyls ever released. Notes by AussieRock with thanks for the rip.
"Hard On Me" is a song by Australian rock duo Divinyls. It was released as a single in 1996 from their fifth studio album Underworld. The single proved to be unsuccessful, only peaking at number ninety-four on the Australian singles chart.
1 Hard On Me (Edit)
2 Hard On Me (Danger Mix)
3 Hard On Me (Instrumental)
Heart Of Steel was the second single released of their fifth studio album Underworld #47 the single did not chart.
01 Heart Of Steel (Radio Edit)
02 Heart Of Steel (Album Version)
03 Heart Of Steel (Instrumental)
Thursday, 21 April 2016
In late 1992, Australian rock duo Divinyls covered the song for the soundtrack to the film Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was also issued as the lead single from their second compilation album, The Collection. The single went to the top twenty in Australia (peaking at number nineteen), and spent sixteen weeks in the top fifty.
01 I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore [Radio Version]
02 Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore [Long Version]
03 I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore [LP]
On 29 November 1993, Australian rock group Divinyls recorded a version for the Super Mario Bros. film soundtrack it did not chart. The song also appeared on their compilation albums The Collection in 1994 and Make You Happy in 1997.
01 Love Is The Drug
02 Love School (Instrumental)
In the early 1990s the Divinyls recorded a series of cover songs for various movie soundtracks, including the Young Rascals' "I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore" for Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992), the Wild Ones' "Wild Thing" for Reckless Kelly (1993), and Roxy Music's "Love Is the Drug" for Super Mario Brothers (1993).
01 Wild Thing
02 Wild Thing (Extended Version)
03 Wild Thing (Instrumental)
Another single of the"A Thousand Suns" album (which made it to #71 on the album charts) the Title track "A Thousand Suns" reached #84 on the Australian top 100.
01 A Thousand Suns
02 This Bird Has Flown (Demo Version)
03 A Thousand Suns (Album Version)
"Tartan Lines" is a single of Russell Morris's album A Thousand Suns it first charted on April 15th, 1991, peaked at 61st position and stayed in the charts for 9 weeks .
01 Tartan Lines
02 Over Exicited
03 The Real Thing (1990 Mix)
Wednesday, 20 April 2016
Broderick Smith (born 17 February 1948 in Hertfordshire, England) a.k.a. Brod Smith is a singer-songwriter, harmonica, guitar and banjo player. He was a member of 1970s bands Carson and The Dingoes, 1980s Broderick Smith's Big Combo and performed solo. He also acted on stage in the 1973 Australian version of the rock opera Tommy and in minor roles in 1990s Television series Blue Heelers, Snowy River: The McGregor Saga and State Coroner. Smith has been involved in writing about 200 songs and has run workshops on songwriting, harmonica and vocals.
01 Snowblind Moon
02 Tobacco Road (Acoustic)
"Live In London EP" is the first (EP) by Australian rock group Johnny Diesel and the Injectors. It was recorded in May 1989 and released in July 1989.
The EP was recorded while the group were touring United Kingdom in mid-1989. They broadcast a live performance on 14 May by BBC Radio 1 for the Tommy Vance Sessions, produced by Tony Wilson. The recording was released in July and appeared in the ARIA top 30 at #27.
4."Lookin' For Love"
Friday, 15 April 2016
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" is a power ballad performed by American hard rock band Aerosmith for the 1998 film Armageddon. Written by Diane Warren, the song debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 (the first #1 for the band after 28 years together). The song stayed at number one for four weeks from September 5 to September 26, 1998. The song also stayed at number 1 for several weeks in several other countries Australia being one. In the UK, the song peaked at number four, becoming Aerosmith's highest charting song in the UK, where it was the 17th best-selling single of 1998, and has sold over a million copies.
01 I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
02 I Don't Want To Miss A Thing (Rock Mix)
03 Taste Of India (Rock Remix)
04 Animal Crackers (Armageddon)
Caligula were a band from Sydney, Australia, who produced techno-grunge music in the early 1990s and achieved some national success.
Caligula was composed of five members: vocalist Ashley Rothschild, guitarist James McKinnon, drummer Dave Macken, Jamie Fonti (keyboards and backing singer), and bass guitarist Sean Fonti. The band also included Mitchell Foley at one stage.
"Tears Of A Clown" released in 1993 reached #25 on the Australian music charts.
01 Tears of a Clown
02 Five Different Signs
03 Make Me Happy
Tuesday, 12 April 2016
Deborah Ann Conway, (born 8 August 1959) is an Australian rock singer-songwriter and guitarist, and had a career as a model and actress. She was a founding member of the 1980s rock band Do-Ré-Mi with their surprise top 5 hit "Man Overboard".
Conway performs solo and has a top 20 hit single with "It's Only the Beginning" (1991). The associated album, String of Pearls, also peaked in the top 20. She won the 1992 Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Music Award for 'Best Female Artist'. Her next album, Bitch Epic, reached the top 20 in November 1993.
01 Happy New Year
03 Glory Ordinary Day
"Bound For Glory" is a song that was released in 1990 by Angry Anderson. It soon became very successful in Australia.
This song was released in Australia on 7 October, 1990, and entered the charts at #50. It remained in the charts for eleven weeks, jumping in the second week from #50 to #34. It continued to climb into the top twenty in the third week at #18. It jumped again into the top five in week four at #3. It remained at #3 for two weeks, before climbing to the top spot in week six, where it remained for three consecutive weeks. It then dropped dramatically to #47 in the tenth week and to #78 in week eleven, before dropping out of the top 100 altogether.
It wes released again in 1992 with all proceeds going towards the Australian Paralympic Federation. The B-Side is an instrumental by Tommy Emmanuel.
01 Bound For Glory
Sunday, 10 April 2016
In late 1991 Horsehead formed in Melbourne with Scott Jonathon Kingman on guitar (ex-Cattletruck), Cameron Bruce McKenzie on guitar, Andrew Donald McLean on vocals (both ex-21 Guns), Michael James Vallance on bass guitar (Serious Young Insects, Boom Crash Opera) and Craig Douglas Waugh on drums (Uncanny X-Men). The band members' previous groups were "pop rock outfits" while the new group were "a harder edged venture". Their music was "strong and energetic metal-edged heavy rock, drawn from a love of the classic rock tradition, then injected with subtle melody and blended with a sublime commercial sensibility.
02 The One Who
Saturday, 9 April 2016
Candy Harlots were an Australian glam metal band from Sydney, active between 1987 and 1995. They also released material as Helter Skelter and The Harlots. Their musical style is commonly described as sleaze rock. They enjoyed Top 20 chart success with their March 1992 EP Foreplay on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Singles Chart and obtained a Top 40 chart position with their sole full-length album Five Wicked Ways in May 1992.
01 Sister's Crazy
02 Can I Sit Next To You Girl
03 Pathetic (Snippets From A Harlots Shit Chat)
Peter Blakeley is an Australian White Soul/Adult Contemporary singer and songwriter. Blakeley was a lead singer for The Rockmelons in the mid-1980s. He launched a solo career in 1987 and had a massive hit single in Australia in 1990 with "Crying in the Chapel",
Ian McFarlane, rock music journalist and author of Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop (1999) wrote: "Peter Blakeley has been described by the founder of Atlantic Records Ahmet Ertegun, as 'The finest White Soul singer I have ever heard.
01 God's Little Elvis
02 Through THe Looking Glass
"Mouth" is a pop song written by Merril Bainbridge, and produced by Siew for Bainbridge's debut album The Garden (1995). It was released as the album's first single in the end of November 1994 in Australia, then was re-issued on 13 March 1995. It became her biggest hit to date peaking at number-one on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart for six consecutive weeks. The song also became a Top 5 hit in the United States.
02 Being Boring
03 Song for Neen
04 Mouth" (off the track mix)
Friday, 8 April 2016
The Sharp was a 3-piece pop/rock band from Melbourne, Australia. The band formed in 1988 with Charlie Rooke on guitar and lead vocals, Allan Catlin on double bass and lead vocals, and Danny Simcic / Tony Day on drums. "Yeah I Want You" is the third single release off the This is the Sharp Album by Australian pop-rock band The Sharp. It was recorded at Platinum Studios in Melbourne, Australia. "Yeah I Want You" charted at #44 on the Australian charts
1."Yeah I Want You"
2."Love Cats" (Cure Cover)
3."Hanging On The Telephone" (Blondie Cover)
4."Add It Up" (Violent Femmes Cover)
5."Vicious" (Lou Reed Cover)
Max Sharam (born Leanna Maree Sharam, 1969 in Benalla, Victoria) is an Australian interdisciplinary artist and singer-songwriter. In the mid-1990s, Sharam had three top 40 hit singles, "Coma", "Be Firm" #25 and "Lay Down", from her top 10 album, A Million Year Girl (1995). She received eight nominations at the ARIA Music Awards of 1995 and won "Best Cover Art" with Dominic O'Brien for the album.
01 Be Firm
02 Out In The Cold
Round and Round and Round written by Peter Head was recorded in 1974 with The Mount Lofty Rangers. Bon recorded Round and Round and Round in the first 8 Track studio in Adelaide, just a few weeks before Bon was to embark on his historic journey as vocalist with the newly formed AC/DC. Almost 22 years later in 1996, Peter Head and Sydney musician Ted Yanni made a pact to resurrect Bon’s vocal with a new backing track.
01 Round And Round And Round
02 Carey Gully
03 Round And Round
You Am I are an Australian alternative rock band, fronted by lead singer-songwriter-guitarist, Tim Rogers. They formed in December 1989 and are the first Australian band to have released three successive albums, which have each debuted at the number-one position on the ARIA Albums Chart. "Get Up" is the second single from the album Dress Me Slowly by Australian rock band You Am I. It was released in 2001 and reached number 44 on the Australian national charts and number 57 in that year's Hottest 100.
1 Get Up
2 Older Guys
4 Be Prepared
Paul McCartney recorded "No Other Baby" for his 1999 cover album Run Devil Run and released it as the only single from the album. The song reached number 42 on the UK singles chart.
01 No Other Baby
02 Brown Eyed Handsome Man
"The Memory Remains" is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica, with British singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull singing backup. It was the lead single from their seventh studio album, ReLoad, released in 1997. The single charted at #6 on the Aria Chats in Australia.
01 The Memory Remains
02 Fuel For Fire (Work in progress with different lyrics)
03 Memory (Demo version)
Horsehead were an Australian hard rock band which formed in late 1991 by Scott Kingman on guitar (ex-Cattletruck), Cameron McKenzie on guitar, Andy McLean on vocals (both ex-21 Guns), Mick Vallance on bass guitar (Serious Young Insects, Boom Crash Opera) and Craig Waugh on drums (Uncanny X-Men). They toured nationally and internationally as well as supporting United States group, Metallica, on the Australian leg of their April 1998 tour.In February 1994 they released their second single, "Liar".
o2 Oil And Water
At the end of 1994, Marc's fifth and final solo album appeared. It was called "Talk To Strangers". Marc had tried to sell the album to major record companies for about two years, but no-one was interested. Finally it was picked up by the independent Roadshow label for release. The first single from it was "Get So Rough"/"Song Of New Devotion"
01 Get So Rough
02 Song Of New Devotion
Thursday, 7 April 2016
"The Gift" is the first single from the 1993 album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, by Australian rock band INXS. The song was written by Jon Farriss and Michael Hutchence. The single reached #16 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart #11 on the UK Singles Chart and #6 on the U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks.
1 The Gift
2 Need You Tonight
3 Kiss The Dirt (Falling Down The Mountain)
4 What You Need
5 Burn For You
Tuesday, 5 April 2016
In 2004, Australian singer Shannon Noll recorded a cover with updated lyrics. The track was released on 20 December 2004 to aid the children's charity Good Start, a joint charity set up by the Australian Red Cross and Sanitarium foods to raise money to ensure all Australian children start the day with a healthy breakfast. The charity reported an earning of in excess of A$150,000 from the proceeds of the sales of the single. Australian Kent Music Report #1 Australian ARIA Singles Chart #2.
1."C'mon Aussie C'mon" (full version)
2."C'mon Aussie C'mon" (radio edit)
The single was produced by Vanda & Young (ex-The Easybeats, AC/DC's producers) and peaked at No. 19 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart.
01 Bad Boy For Love
02 We Can't Be Beaten
03 Manzill Madness
04 Suicide City
Saturday, 2 April 2016
In the year 2000, Nelson Mandela came to Australia for a ten day visit (during which he received three honorary doctorates). During this visit he spoke at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to commemorate World Reconciliation Day. At this event, Colleen Hewett sang a song that had been written especially for the event; 'Reconciliation'. Thanks to Sunshine
01 Reconcilliation [Extended Mix]
02 Reconcilliation [Radio Edit]