Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Divinyls - 1995 - I'm Jealous

 "I'm Jealous" is a song by Australian rock duo Divinyls, released in 1995 as the lead single from their fifth studio album Underworld. The song enjoyed success in Australia where it made the top twenty, peaking at number fourteen and spending nineteen weeks in the top fifty. In addition, the single was certified gold and ranked in as the sixty-fourth best selling single of 1995


01 I'm Jealous
02 Black Magic
03 Black Magic (Instrumental)

Monday, 15 August 2016

U_2 - 2004 - Vertig0

"Vertigo" is the opening track and first single from U2's 2004 album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. The single was released for airplay on 24 September 2004; upon release the song received extensive airplay and was an international hit charting in over 17 countries it placed at #5 in Australia.


01 Vertigo
02 Are You Gonna Wait Forever

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Hummingbirds - 1992 - You Just Gotta Know My Mind

The Hummingbirds were an indie pop and jangle pop band from Sydney, Australia formed in 1986 from Bug Eyed Monsters. They were one of the most highly touted outfits to emerge from Sydney's inner-city scene during the late 1980s and were an early signing to the rooArt label.


01 You Just Gotta Know My Mind
02 Rainy Day Dream
03 Drowning In Kindness
04 I Scream

Fargone Beauties - 1992 - H!ghway To Hell

Formed in 1989, The Fargone Beauties were the originators of thrashgrass, which is the performance of classic rock songs the way they were truly intended to be loud, electric and bluegrass style. The band released three albums, performed on countless TV shows, played all the pubs and clubs, and scared the life out of audiences at every major country music festival in Australia.


01 Highway To Hell
02 Single Drop

Er!c Cl@pton - 1992 - L@yl@

"Layla" is a song written by Eric Clapton and Jim Gordon, originally released by their blues rock band Derek and the Dominos, as the thirteenth track from their album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (November 1970).
"Layla" was unsuccessful on its initial release. The song has since experienced great critical and popular acclaim, and is often hailed as being among the greatest rock songs of all time. Two versions have achieved chart success, the first in 1972 and the second (without the piano coda) 20 years later as an acoustic Unplugged performance by Clapton. In 2004, "Layla" was ranked number 27 on Rolling Stone's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time", and the acoustic version won the 1993 Grammy Award for Best Rock Song.


01 Layla (Unplugged Version)
02 Tears In Heaven (Unplugged Version)
03 Excerpts From MTV ''Unplugged'' Interview