Thursday, 23 February 2017
"Where Are You Now?" is a song by Australian band Roxus. The song was released in April 1991 as the lead single from their debut studio album Nightstreet (1991). The song was the band's highest charting single, peaking at number 13 on the Australian ARIA Chart and was certified gold.
01 Where Are You Now?
Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
"Too Much Love Will Kill You" is a song written by British guitarist Brian May of Queen, Frank Musker, and Elizabeth Lamers. The song reflected the breakdown of May's first marriage and attraction to his future wife, Anita Dobson. It was first recorded by Queen around 1988 or before, and was intended to be on the band's The Miracle album in 1989, but did not make the cut due to legal disputes following the band's decision that all songs on the album would be written by the group as opposed to individuals. After Freddie Mercury's death in 1991, May arranged a solo version, which he performed at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992, and subsequently included on his solo album Back to the Light that same year. Released as a single, it reached No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart. Because it was first played publicly at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, a common misconception is that it was written as a tribute to Freddie Mercury, although it had actually been written several years before he died.
01 Too Much Love Will Kill You
02 I'm Scared
03 Too Much Love Will Kill You (Guitar Version)
04 Driven By You (New Version)
"I Don't Remember" is a song by Australian alternative rock band Powderfinger, from the album Dream Days at the Hotel Existence. It made its radio debut on 9 July 2007 on Australian radio stations, and was subsequently released as a single and digital download on 4 August 2007 in Australia, 3 September 2007 in New Zealand, and 13 August 2007 in the United States. The song was written by Powderfinger lead singer Bernard Fanning, Despite the good reviews, the single charted poorly, reaching number 42 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
01 "I Don't Remember"
02 "Who Really Cares (Featuring the Sound of Insanity)" – (live at Brisbane Powerhouse)
03 "My Kind of Scene" – (live at Brisbane Powerhouse)
Saturday, 4 February 2017
Edmund "Ed" Kuepper (born 20 December 1955, Bremen, West Germany) is an Australian guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. He co-founded the punk band The Saints (1973–78), the experimental post-punk group Laughing Clowns (1979–85) and the grunge-like The Aints (1991–94). He has also recorded over a dozen albums as a solo artist using a variety of backing bands.
01 If I Had A Ticket
02 It's Still Nowhere [New recording]
03 Car Headlights [New recording]
04 Eternally Yours [New recording]
Friday, 3 February 2017
"All I Wanna Do" is a dance-pop song written by Brian Higgins, Stuart McLennan, Tim Powell and Matt Gray for Dannii Minogue's third studio album Girl (1997). The song was produced by Higgins and Gray.
It was released as the first single from Girl in the third quarter of 1997 and reached the top five in the United Kingdom becoming her first Top Five hit. In Australia the song peaked at number eleven, spent twenty-two weeks in the top 100 and was certified gold. It also became the seventy-eighth highest selling single of 1997 there. All I Wanna Do was the first in 13 consecutive Dance Chart number ones for Minogue, stretching between 1997-2015 with Summer of Love.
"All I Wanna Do" (Radio Version)
"All I Wanna Do" (12" Extended Mix)
"All I Wanna Do" (Trouser Enthusiasts' Toys Of Desperation Mix)
"All I Wanna Do" (Xenomania Dream House Mix)
"All I Wanna Do" (D-Bop's Innocent Girl Mix)
"Slave New World" is Sepultura's fifth official single, and the final of three to be taken from the album Chaos A.D., released in 1994. The lyrics were co-written by Evan Seinfeld from Sepultura's Roadrunner label-mates Biohazard. 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.
01 Slave New World" (from the album Chaos A.D.)
02 Desperate Cry (live)