Thursday, 28 September 2017
"My Country" is the second single of the album Earth and Sun and Moon it reached #52 on the Australian charts #49 on the New Zealand charts and #66 on the UK charts.
01 My Country (LP Version)
02 My Country (12' Giant Leap Version)
03 Truganini (Long Road Train Mix)
Wednesday, 27 September 2017
"According to You" is the debut single by Australian guitarist Orianthi from her second studio album, Believe. The song was written by Andrew Frampton and Steve Diamond, and produced by Howard Benson. It was released in Australia on 6 October 2009. As it quickly gained popularity, the song was sent to mainstream radio stations in the United States and Canada in November 2009, later making impact at the rhythmic and adult contemporary formats. "According to You" was released in the UK on 6 September 2010.
The song was a commercial success, reaching the top 10 in Australia and the top 20 in the United States. It was also certified Platinum in both territories. "According to You" also charted in Canada, Japan, and New Zealand. A radio hit, the song reached the top three on the Billboard Pop Songs chart and also appeared on the Adult Contemporary, Adult Pop Songs, and Rhythmic charts.
01 According to You
02 Find It
"A Matter of Time" is the third and final single from Bec Cartwright's eponymous debut album. The song peaked at #26 on the Australian Singles Chart. Rebecca June Hewitt (née Cartwright; born 23 July 1983) is an Australian actress and singer. From 1998 to 2005, Hewitt played Hayley Smith Lawson on the soap opera Home and Away. As Bec Cartwright, Hewitt released an eponymous pop music album in 2002. In 2005, she married professional tennis player, Lleyton Hewitt.
01 A Matter of Time (radio mix)
02 A Matter of Time (Quazimodo Rolex 12-inch remix)
03 A Matter of Time (karaoke mix)
Saturday, 23 September 2017
Dance In Chicago is a single by Mach Pelican who are a kind of Japanese Ramones or Hard-ons, with their catchy, four-chord, punk-pop. Dance In Chicago, a great -track of old-school punk, has been receiving a fair amount of airplay on Triple J. The band's Japanese accents give the harmonies and -choruses an endearing quality and sets their sound apart The other three tracks on the single are as good as, if not better than, Dance in Chicago. Gigantor and Sha RaRa show Mach Pelican can lift the tempo. The fourth track is a great cover of Ritchie Valens' (or the less memorable Peter Andre version) Do You Wanna Dance Now based in Australia, Mach Pelican have a great live reputation and have no trouble sounding powerful without losing accessibility.
01 Dance In Chicago
03 Sha Ra Ra
04 Do You Wanna Dance
Mekonics are a four piece rock band formed in Sydney band members are Chicka (The Chickman) Drums, Rad Ladmore Bass/Vocals, Yo Yo Sandshoes Guitar/Vocals and Rock Johnson Vocals. Mekonics have played for the last 2 years around inner city venues including Annandale Hotel, The Metro, Hopetoun Hotel, Bar Broadway, Manning Bar, Vic on the Park, The Sandringham, Harbord Diggers, Cat and Fiddle and The Exelsior Hotel. They recorded debut ep titled ‘Claim Your Cupcake’ in 2002 which received airplay on Triple J, 2MMM plus a number of community stations. Performed live on KAOS TV for the end of year Xmas Special. Thanks to Guitarzan.
02 Can't Sleeper
03 New One
04 Bliss Bombs
"Timebomb" is a song recorded by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was released as a stand-alone single on 25 May 2012 by Parlophone, and distributed in both physical and digital formats. It was released as part of Minogue's anniversary for her 25th year in the music industry.
Commercially, "Timebomb" was a moderate success worldwide except the United States. It debuted at number 31 on the UK Singles Chart after two days of release, selling 10,044 units. It stalled at the same position for another week, but fell to 56 with sales of 6,770 units; it stayed in the top 100 for non-consecutive chart runs, and spent a total of 7 weeks, making it one of Minogue's lowest charting singles in that region. I reached number 38 on the UK Airplay Chart, and number 33 on the Scottish Singles Chart. In Australia, the single entered at number 12 on the Australian Singles Chart, but descended the following week to number 49 for its final week; this resulted as one of Minogue's lowest spanning charting singles in that region. Similarly in New Zealand, it spent a sole week at number 33 on the New Zealand Singles Chart, Minogue's first charting solo single since "2 Hearts" in 2007 and one of Minogue's lowest charting singles there.
01 Kylie Minogue - Timebomb
02 Kylie Minogue - Timebomb (Extended Mix)
Midnight Oil's guitarist/keyboardist and main songwriter teamed up with producer Nick Launey in 1996 and recorded an EP as Fuzzface. It was re-released in 2006 as a bonus disc for Moginie's solo album 'Alas Folkloric'.
01 Mr Doomsday
02 The Great And Unknown
03 Prosperity Is Like The Tide
04 For Tomorrow
Pseudo Echo reunited in March 1998, with Canham and Gigliotti joined by Danielson on drums and Tony Featherstone on keyboards (ex-The Badloves), they played sold-out venues across Australia reaffirming the band's popularity. In late 1999, Ben Grayson replaced Featherstone on keyboards. In 2000 they released "Funkytown Y2K: RMX" which included six new remixes of "Funky Town". In the same year they supported international artists Culture Club and Village People
01 Funky Town (Smash'n'Grab Trip To Jupiter - Radio Edit)
02 Funky Town (Sly Funky Lounge Mix)
03 Funky Town (Smash'n'Grab Trip To Jupiter - Extended Club Mix)
04 Funky Town (Quench Remix)
05 Funky Town (Mr. Quik Remix)
06 Funky Town (Smash'n'Grab Indulgant Dub)
"I Love to Love (But My Baby Loves to Dance)" was a popular single by Tina Charles, from her debut album, I Love to Love; the song was composed by Jack Robinson and James Bolden. The track was an international success both upon its original 1976 release and also when - remixed by The DMC (Disco Mix Club) - it was reissued ten years later (the DMC version features the instrumental "Sunburn" by the Biddu Orchestra as its B-side).
01 I Love To Love (Love In London 12")
02 I Love To Love (Deep Love 12")
03 I Love To Love (Deep Love Radio Edit)
04 I'll Go Where The Music Takes Me (Mix One)
05 I'll Go Where The Music Takes Me (Mix Two)
"Livin' on the Edge" is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. The song was written by Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, and Mark Hudson. It was released in 1993 as the first single from the band's commercially successful album Get a Grip. The single reached number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, number three on the Cash Box Top 100, and number one on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart, where it remained for nine weeks, making it Aerosmith's most successful single on that chart. In the UK, the song peaked at number 19 on the British pop chart in April 1993.
01 Livin' on the Edge (LP Version)
02 Don't Stop (Previously Unreleased)
03 Flesh (LP Version)
04 Livin' on the Edge (Acoustic Version)
Friday, 22 September 2017
"If I Were a Carpenter" is a song written by Tim Hardin. In 1993, Robert Plant covered it on his album Fate of Nations, released as a single it reached #64 on the U.K. Charts. According to the Discogs encyclopedia the song appears on 2287 singles, LPs or CDs.
01 If I were a Carpenter
02 Ship of Fools (Live from Montreux)
03 I believe (Live from Montreux)
04 Tall cool one (Live from Montreux)
"You Sexy Thing" is a song recorded by the British group Hot Chocolate. It was written by Hot Chocolate's lead singer Errol Brown, and produced by Mickie Most. It reached number 2 in the UK Singles Chart in 1975, and number 3 in the US Pop charts a year later. Billboard ranked it as the No. 22 song for 1976. "Every 1's a Winner" U.K. Charts #12 U.S. Charts #6 (1979) "Every 1's a Winner" featured a distinctive distorted guitar riff by Harvey Hinsley using a Roland GR-500.
01 You Sexy Thing
02 You Sexy Thing (Remix)
03 Every 1's A Winner (Groove Mix)
Thursday, 21 September 2017
Indecent Obsession (also seen as Obsession) were an Australian pop rock band formed early in 1987 in Brisbane with founding mainstays Daryl Sims on drums and Michael Szumowski on keyboards. By 1988 the line-up also included Andrew Coyne on lead guitar and David Dixon on lead vocals. They released three studio albums, Spoken Words (November 1989) and Indio (August 1992), both reached the top 50 on the ARIA Albums Chart. "Indio" is a song by Australian pop group Indecent Obsession. It was released as their second single from their second studio album of the same name (1992). The song was released in August 1992 and peaked at number 41 on the ARIA Chart.
01 Indio (Single Mix)
02 Cry For Freedom (Single Mix)
03 Indio (Rhythm Mix)
In 1992, Caroline Kennedy-McCracken formed indie pop four-piece The Plums with guitarist Steve Moffat and drummer Shamus Goble; all three had previously played in the band Jack and the Beanstalk. They were joined by Pete McCracken on bass guitar. According to rock music historian Ian McFarlane, "The Plums mixed strident guitar riffs with melodic pop roots. Kennedy was the band's focal point with her tough-but-graceful presence, opinionated views and emotion-charged, if imperfect, vocals".
The band released two EPs on Mushroom's Temptation label, Au Revoir Sex Kitten and Read All Over. The album Gun followed in 1994. The band's final recording was the Heavenly EP, released in 1995. The band broke up the same year. Thanks to RAM
02 Fast Train
03 Come On Andrew
04 Satellite 1
05 Au Revoir Sex Kitten
The song was covered by Tina Turner, and released as a highly successful single in 1989. It was included on her hit album Foreign Affair. The saxophone solo on Turner's version is played by Edgar Winter. In 1992 Turner recorded "(Simply) The Best", a duet version of the song with Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes, to promote that year's New South Wales Rugby League season in Australia. The single subsequently appeared on a limited edition bonus disc as part of the Australian release of her compilation album Simply The Best.
01 The Best (Edit)
02 The Best (Extended Mighty Mix)
03 The Best (Single Muscle Mix)
04 The Best (Extended Muscle Mix)
"You Won't Forget About Me" is a pop and dance song performed by the Australian singer Dannii Minogue, released in autumn 2004 (see 2004 in music). Originally released as a single only, the track appeared on Minogue's 2006 compilation album, The Hits & Beyond, and has since been officially added to the track listing of the studio album, Club Disco.
After the success of her previous album, Neon Nights, Minogue was asked by All Around the World Records, a major dance label whose main signings were Cascada, Ultrabeat, N-Trance and Flip & Fill, if she would write the lyrics to a popular dance instrumental track called "Flower Power", which was a huge hit in clubs in Ibiza. Minogue agreed and wrote the lyrics to the song that became "You Won't Forget About Me". About writing lyrics for the song Minogue said, "I'd heard it without vocals and I thought, 'Fantastic'. I had already written loads of vocals for myself and knew I had something that would be perfect for it." Thanks to Mustang.
01 You Won't Forget About Me (Vocal Radio Edit)
02 You Won't Forget About Me (Lmc Extended Vocal Mix)
03 You Won't Forget About Me (Original Extended Vocal Mix)
04 Flower Power (Flower Power Club Mix)
05 You Won't Forget About Me (Afterlife Lounge Remix)
Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Released as a triple foldout digipack including disc one "Hands Out of My Pocket" #9 with advertising cardboard 'cut-out' inserts for disc 2 "Nothing But You" #16 & disc 3 "Yesterdays" #23 issued separately as subsequent follow up releases available only by special order before September 23 1994.
1-1 Hands Out Of My Pocket
1-2 Teenage Love Affair
1-3 It Ain't Wrong
1-4 H-Hour Hotel
1-5 On The Road
2-1 Nothing But You
2-2 When The Sun Goes Down
2-3 River Deep Mountain High
2-4 Let's Get Stoned
3-2 Wild Colonial Boy
3-3 Only One
3-4 Build This Love
3-5 Letter To Alan
Monday, 18 September 2017
"Meet the Flintstones", also worded as "(Meet) The Flintstones", is the theme song from the 1960s television series The Flintstones. Composed in 1961 by Hoyt Curtin, Joseph Barbera and William Hanna. It is one of the most popular and best known of all theme songs, with its catchy lyrics; "Flintstones, meet the Flintstones, they're the modern Stone Age family". "(Meet) The Flintstones" is a song by The B.C. 52's, a fictional band from the film The Flintstones. The fictional band was made up of the then-lineup of music group The B-52's, and released as a single from the soundtrack of The Flintstones. The song is a cover version of the series' theme song, with an extra verse added.
The single peaked at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was the band's highest entry on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart at number 3 (tying with "Summer of Love" from 1986). The song was also the band's second highest charting single in the United Kingdom (the highest being "Love Shack" at number 2), also peaking at number 3.
01 (Meet) The Flintstones (Original LP Version)
02 (Meet) The Flintstones (Barney's Edit)
03 (Meet) The Flintstones (Space Cowboy Mix 1)
04 (Meet) The Flintstones (Instrumental)
"Wild Horses" is a song by the Rolling Stones from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Rolling Stone ranked it number 334 in its "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list in 2004. A reworked studio version recorded in 1995 appeared on the album Stripped. This version was released as a single in early 1996.
01 Wild Horses
02 Live With Me
03 Tumbling Dice
04 Gimme Shelter
Friday, 15 September 2017
"Strong Enough" is a song by Sheryl Crow from the album Tuesday Night Music Club. The song reached #5 on the March 25, 1995 Billboard Hot 100 chart and topped the charts in Canada. Crow performed the song on her live album Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live from Central Park alongside the Dixie Chicks. The song was later included on Crow's greatest hits album, The Very Best of Sheryl Crow.
01 Strong Enough - LP Version
02 All I Wanna Do - Live
03 Reach Around Jerk - Live
04 Leaving Las Vegas - Live
Monday, 11 September 2017
Cement Cement is the second EP by the Australian band Operator Please. Released in 2007, it is generally regarded as their debut EP, as it was their first commercial release. It was produced in 2006 by Queensland producer Magoo. The single "Get What You Want" was one of the 100 most-played songs on Australian radio network Triple J during the year of its release, and has also been used in television ad campaigns for Australian National Youth Week and airline Virgin Blue. Thanks To Mustang
01 Get What You Want (Cement Cement Version)
02 Crash Tragic
03 Two For My Seconds
04 Waiting By The Car
"'Coz I'm Free" is a song recorded by Christine Anu. It was released in April 2001 as the third and final single from her gold-selling, second studio album, Come My Way (2000). The song is inspired by Anu's hero Cathy Freeman. At a Mushroom Records press release, Anu said; “I met Cathy at the ARIA Music Awards a couple of years ago but it wasn’t until I saw her in Seville... that "‘Coz I’m Free" came together. I watched her win the World Championships and then we caught up in London not long afterwards…. She’s so inspiring—her focus, how hard she trains, all that she’s achieved. When I watched the race in Seville, the camera zoomed in on her tattoo and I got the idea then for a song.”The song peaked at number 86 on the ARIA Chart.
01 'Coz I'm Free
02 'Coz I'm Free (Illpickl's Other World Mix)
03 Jump to Love (Course & Morrison Mix (Edit)
"Israel's Son" is a song by Australian rock band Silverchair, released in 1995. It was the third single released from their debut full-length album, Frogstomp, which was released earlier the same year. It was also released on their The Best of Volume 1, and used on the soundtrack to the western version of Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie. The single reached #11 on the Australian Singles Chart #12 in the New Zealand Singles Chart and #39 on the U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks Chart.
01 Israel's Son
02 Blind (Live)
03 Leave Me Out (Live)
04 Undecided (Live)
Friday, 8 September 2017
"Company of Strangers" is the first and only studio album by Australian supergroup Company of Strangers. The album was recorded in 1992, and first released in Australia in December 1992. It peaked at number 9 on the ARIA Charts and was certified gold. "Daddy's Gonna Make You a Star" the 3rd single off the album peaked at #35 on the Australian charts.
01 Daddy's Gonna Make You a Star!
02 Don't Take My Love Away
03 Wind and Fire
The Sharp were a three-piece pop, rockabilly band which formed in 1991 with Allan Catlin on double bass and lead vocals, Piet Collins on drums and Charlie Rooke on guitar and lead vocals. They issued three albums, This Is the Sharp (September 1993), Sonic Tripod (October 1994) and Single File (compilation, September 1995). Their highest charting single, "Alone Like Me" (1994), reached the ARIA Singles Chart top 20. They disbanded in October 1995. Thanks to Mustang
01 Alone Like Me
02 Yeah I Want You (Live)
03 Train Of Thought (Live)
04 Talking Sly (Live)
"Ana's Song (Open Fire)" is an alternative rock song by Australian group Silverchair which was released in May 1999 as the second single from their third album, Neon Ballroom. The track earned Silverchair a Comet Award in Germany. "Ana's Song (Open Fire)" peaked at No. 12 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks. On the ARIA Singles Chart it reached No. 14.
01 Ana's Song (Open Fire)
03 Anthem for the Year 2000 (a cappella)
04 Ana's Song (Open Fire) (acoustic)
Tuesday, 5 September 2017
The Church are an Australian psychedelic rock band formed in Sydney in 1980. Initially associated with new wave, neo-psychedelia and indie rock, their music later came to feature slower tempos and surreal soundscapes reminiscent of dream pop and post-rock. Comedown was taken from Magician Among the Spirits their tenth album.
03 Won't Let You Sleep
05 Why Don't You Love Me
"Sympathy for the Devil" is a samba rock song by the Rolling Stones, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Sung by Jagger, the song is an homage to the Devil, written in the first-person narrative from his point of view, recounting atrocities committed throughout the history of humanity. It is performed in a rock arrangement with a samba rhythm. It first appeared as the opening track on their 1968 album Beggars Banquet. Rolling Stone magazine placed it at number 32 in its list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
01 Sympathy For The Devil. The Neptunes (Radio Edit)
02 Sympathy For The Devil. Fatboy Slim (Full Length Remix)
03 Sympathy For The Devil. Full Phatt (Full Length Remix)
04 Sympathy For The Devil. The Neptunes (Full Length Remix)
05 Sympathy For The Devil (Original)
Monday, 4 September 2017
Mark Trevorrow (born 4 February 1959 in Melbourne, Victoria), is an Australian comedian, television host and media personality. He first came to prominence in the cabaret duo Globos with Wendy De Waal, and they scored two Australian Top 20 hits with quirky covers of "Tintarella di luna" (1982) and Sonny & Cher's "The Beat Goes On" (1983), both of which were produced by Red Symons. In 1984 he formed a comedy duo in with Cathy Armstrong, in which his flamboyant alter ego Bob Downe was born. "Bob Downe" is a cheesy, safari-suit-wearing lounge singer with dazzling teeth, and host of the fictional regional daytime TV show Good Morning Murwillumbah. The distinction between the two personae is often blurred.
01 I Will Survive
02 Something Stupid
03 Mas Que Nada
Yothu Yindi (Yolngu for "child and mother") were an Australian musical group with Aboriginal and balanda (non-Aboriginal) members, formed in 1986 as a merger of two bands formed in 1985 - a White rock group called the Swamp Jockeys and an unnamed Aboriginal folk group. The Aboriginal members came from Yolngu homelands near Yirrkala on the Gove Peninsula in Northern Territory's Arnhem Land. Founding members included Stuart Kellaway on bass guitar, Cal Williams on lead guitar, Andrew Belletty (Drums), Witiyana Marika on manikay (traditional vocals), bilma (ironwood clapsticks) and dance, Milkayngu Mununggurr on yidaki (didgeridoo), Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu on keyboards, guitar and percussion, and leader Mandawuy Yunupingu on vocals and guitar.
Thanks to AussieRock.
01 World Turning (Räwak Mix)
02 World Turning (Another Pond Mix)
03 Gapu (Vibe Mix)
05 World Turning (Djana Mix)
"1000 Miles Away" is a single by Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus that was written by Dave Faulkner. It was released by RCA Records in June, 1991 and reached #33 on the Australian singles chart The single was also released as a limited edition picture disc, on which the B-side is not listed but titled as 4 symbolic drawings: an eye, a light bulb, a horseshoe, and a circle with a line through it (for back cover see below right, when read using the Rebus Principle this becomes "I Think You Know"). It was also released as a cassette single with free 'Kinky' Hoodoo Gurus magazine.
01 1000 Miles Away
02 I Think You Know
"Whole Wide World" is a song written by English rock singer-songwriter Eric Goulden, better known as Wreckless Eric. The song was never a chart hit single for Goulden, though it subsequently became his most well-known recording. The only charted version of "Whole Wide World" was a cover by the Australian band Mental As Anything, who took it to No. 53 on the Australian singles chart in 1995.
01 Whole Wide World
02 Doctor Who?
03 Monkey Tank
04 What We Are
05 Too Down To Cry (Instrumental)
Sunday, 3 September 2017
"Already Gone" is a song from Powderfinger's third studio album Internationalist. It was released as a single on 12 February 1999 and charted at #68.
Thanks To AussieRock
01 Already Gone
02 Control Freak
03 Today You Come
04 The Day You Come (Remix)
05 Tom (Demo)
"Engel" (German for "Angel") is a song by German Industrial metal band Rammstein. The song was released as the first single from their second album Sehnsucht. An English version of Engel can be found on US special editions of the Sehnsucht album.
03 Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Radio Edit)
04 Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Instrumental Edit)
05 Rammstein (Original)
Catharina "Nina" Hagen (born March 11, 1955) is a German singer, songwriter, and actress born in the former East Berlin, German Democratic Republic. She is known for her theatrical vocals and is often referred to as the "Godmother of Punk" due to her prominence during the punk and new wave movements in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
01 So Bad (Radio Edit)
02 Revolution Ballroom (Album Version)
03 So Bad (Album Version)