Tuesday, 28 November 2017
Sydney, Australia's Asteroid B-612 take on a grittier, straight forward approach of rock 'n' roll in the vein of The Stooges, Blue Oyster Cult and The New York Dolls. On top of their added approach of angst and speed, Asteroid B-612 made their recording debut in 1996 with the EP Teen Sublimation Riffs. The following year, Au-Go-Go Records released their first full-length Not Meant For This World, as well as their second EP September Crush.
01 September Crush
03 Second Cousin
"Calling Elvis" is a song written by Mark Knopfler and performed by Dire Straits. It first appeared on the final studio album by the band, On Every Street (1991). It was released as the first single from that album, peaking at number 21 in the United Kingdom, and reaching the Top 10 in numerous other countries including Australia where it reached #8.
01 Calling Elvis
02 Iron Hand
My Father's Eyes" is a song written and performed by Eric Clapton and produced by Clapton and Simon Climie. It was released as a single in 1998 and was featured on the album Pilgrim. The song reached the top 40 on the Billboard Airplay chart, peaking at number 16, and spent five weeks at number two on the Hot Adult Contemporary chart. "My Father's Eyes" won a Grammy award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
01 My Father's Eyes
02 Theme from a Movie That Never Happened (Orchestral)
03 Inside Of Me (Instrumental Remix)
Friday, 17 November 2017
"Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own" is a song by rock band U2 and the third track from their 2004 album How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. The song was released as the album's second single in the United Kingdom on 7 February 2005 and it debuted at No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart. Originally titled "Tough," the song is about lead singer Bono's relationship with his dying father. The song won awards for "Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal" and "Song of the Year" at the 2006 Grammy Awards.
01 Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own (Radio edit 96 BPM)
02 Fast Cars (Jacknife Lee mix)
Thursday, 16 November 2017
"Take This Heart" is a song by Richard Marx, the third single from his 1991 album Rush Street. It hit number twenty on the Billboard Hot 100, while reaching number four on the Adult Contemporary chart in the U.S. In the UK Single Chart, the song hit #13 in August 1992 as the follow-up to top 3 hit "Hazard".
01 Take This Heart
02 I Get No Sleep
03 Right Here Waiting (live)
The song is Spandau Ballet's second best-charting single in both the United Kingdom and the United States, behind their previous release, "True" reaching #2 on the UK Singles Chart (KC and the Sunshine Band's "Give It Up" held it off the top of that chart), and #29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. It reached #9 on the Australian Kent Music Report and #8 on the New Zealand Singles Chart.
01 Gold (Sun's Golden Remake)
02 Gold (Sun's Golden Club Mix)
03 Gold (Breakbeat Reprise)
In 1993, British reggae band UB40 recorded the song as the first single from their 1993 album Promises and Lies. The song was released in May 1993, in the majority of countries worldwide. It eventually climbed to #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 after debuting at #100, and remained there for seven weeks. It was also #1 in the United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and New Zealand.
01 I Can't Help Falling in Love with You
02 Jungle Love
03 I Can't Help Falling in Love with You (Extended Mix)
Best Work is the second single by The Whitlams from their album, Torch the Moon. It was released on 9 September 2002. It peaked at #35 in Australia.
01 Best Work (Single Edit)
02 Cries Too Hard
03 Out the Back (Peter Sculthorpe Variation)
She is a funk album by Harry Connick Jr. recorded in 1994, accompanied by his newly formed funk band. Every song lies within the framework of the rootsy New Orleans style. "(I Could Only) Whisper Your Name" was included on Columbia Records' soundtrack from action-comedy The Mask, starring Jim Carrey. It was also Connick's only single to reach the Billboard charts, peaking at #67. The album was certified Platinum.
01 (I Could Only) Whisper Your Name (Edit)
02 The Bayou Maharaja
03 (I Could Only) Whisper Your Name (LP Version)
04 Funky Dunky
"If I Were You" is a song written by Kasey Chambers, produced by Nash Chambers for Chambers's second album Barricades & Brickwalls. It was released as the album's fifth and final single in 2002. It peaked at number 32.
01 If I Were You
02 Nullarbor Song (Live)
03 Changed The Locks (Live)
04 Million Tears (Live)
"1973" is a song by the English recording artist James Blunt. It was released as the lead single from his second studio album, All the Lost Souls (2007).
First performed by James Blunt during his Autumn 2006 North American tour, "1973" was released for radio play on 23 July 2007, to selected radio stations around the world. It was made available for download exclusively from the Verizon Wireless network in the United States on the same date. Starting on 7 August 2007, the song was made widely available for digital download, with physical releases being made available from 3 September 2007. The single peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart.
02 Annie (Live From The Garden Shed)
03 So Happy
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Released in August 1991 and reaching #55 on the Australian charts "Don't Hold Back Your Love" was the 4th single from highly successful 4 x Platinum album Rise.
01 Don't Hold Back Your Love
02 One Summer
03 Sugar Train
Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Dreaming #11 is the second EP by guitarist Joe Satriani, released on November 1, 1988 through Relativity Records and reissued on May 27, 1997 through Epic Records. The EP reached No. 42 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and remained on that chart for 26 weeks. Its sole studio track, "The Crush of Love", reached No. 6 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart and was nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance at the 1990 Grammy Awards; this being Satriani's second such nomination. The remaining three tracks were recorded live during the Surfing With the Alien (1987) tour. The title track, absent on the EP, would later be released on Satriani's 1993 compilation album Time Machine. Dreaming #11 was certified Gold on August 15, 1999.
01 The Crush of Love
02 Ice Nine (live - California Theatre, San Diego; June 11 1988)
03 Memories (live - California Theatre, San Diego; June 11 1988)
04 Hordes of Locusts (live - California Theatre, San Diego; June 11 1988)
"It's Too Late" is the lead single by rock band, Evermore, taken from their debut album Dreams (September 2004). The track was written by the group's three New Zealand-raised brothers: Dann (backing vocals, drums), Jon (lead vocals, lead guitar), and Peter Hume (backing vocals, piano, keyboards, bass guitar). It was produced by John Alagía and released on 2 August 2004, which reached No. 16 on the ARIA Singles Chart in their adopted country of Australia. The song features on The OC Mix 2 soundtrack as a bonus Australian release only track. It also features on the Australian and New Zealand editions of SingStar Pop. In Australia, the song was listed at No. 14 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.
01 It's Too Late
03 It's Only Love
04 Down in Splendour
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"She's So High" is a pop rock song written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Tal Bachman. It was released as a single in 1999 from his eponymous album. The song won a BMI award and a Juno Award for Best Producer. Parent album Tal Bachman did particularly well, in the U.S. reaching the #1 spot on Billboard's 'Heatseekers' chart. The song did particularly well in the U.S., reaching the #1 spot of Billboard's 'Adult Top 40' chart. The American media group Allmusic named it an 'album pick'.
01 She's So High
Saturday, 4 November 2017
"Never Had So Much Fun" Iis a single from A Man's Not a Camel Frenzal Rhomb's fourth full-length album, released in March 1999. The album was arguably the band's most successful, at least in terms of mainstream music culture. The single "Never Had So Much Fun" received considerable play-time on radio and television music video programmes, boosting the band's reputation.
01 Never Had So Much Fun
02 I'm The Problem With Society
03 Writing's On The Wall
"The Sound of White" is the fourth and final single from Missy Higgins' first album, The Sound of White. It was released on 15 August 2005 and peaked at number 22 on the Australian ARIA Charts.
01 The Sound Of White
03 Hold Me Tight
Split promo CD with Francis Dunneryt to support a tour with Dunnery. Tracks 1, 3 and 5 are The Sharp. Tracks 2 and 4 are Francis Dunnery live at Triple M, Melbourne. Thanks to Ozrebel.
1 Spider (Live Garage mix) The Sharp
2 Homegrown (live acoustic) Francis Dunnery
3 Alone Like Me (At the Beach) The Sharp
4 American Life in the Summertime (live acoustic) Francis Dunnery
5 Honest and Sober (Movement mix) The Sharp
Drowning, Not Waving - The second and final single to be released off of 'Dysfunctional', 'Drowning, Not Waving' was released on 28 October 2002. The single did not fare as well as previous, peaking only at #69 on the Australian Singles Chart.
1 Drowning Not Waving - The K Man Remix
2 Drowning Not Waving - Tidal Chaos Mix