Sunday, 28 January 2018

Aerosmith - 2001 - Jaded FLAC

"Jaded" is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. It was written by Steven Tyler and Marti Frederiksen. The single was released on December 21, 2000 as the first single from the album Just Push Play. The song was debuted publicly at the American Music Awards and was also played at the halftime show for Super Bowl XXXV in January 2001. It was ranked No. 86 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the '00s. It became the band's last and final top 10 hit to date.


01 Jaded
02 Jaded (acoustic mix)
03 Angel's Eye
04 Under My Skin (reprise)

Ratcat - 1991 - Baby Baby FLAC

Ratcat are an Australian indie rock band which were formed in 1985 and are fronted by mainstay vocalist and guitarist, Simon Day. Their combination of indie pop song writing and energetic punk-style guitar won them fans from both the indie and skate-punk communities. They found mainstream success with their extended play, Tingles (October 1990), album Blind Love (June 1991) and the single, "Don't Go Now" (April), which all reached No. 1 on the ARIA Charts during 1991.

"Baby Baby" was a single released in July 1991 and made it to #21 on the OZ charts.


01 Baby Baby
02 Cuts & Scratches

Saturday, 27 January 2018

Scorpions - 1988 - To Be No.1 FLAC

"To Be No. 1" was released in 1999 and made it to #55 on the German charts. It was the first single of the Eye II Eye album.  Thanks to AussieRock


01 To Be No1
02 Mind Like A Tree

Friday, 26 January 2018

Shihad - 1996 - La La Land FLAC

Shihad are a rock band from New Zealand, formed in 1988. The band consists of Jon Toogood (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Phil Knight (lead guitar, synthesiser, backing vocals), Karl Kippenberger (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Tom Larkin (drums, backing vocals, samplers). During their recording career, Shihad have produced five number-one studio albums, holding the title for most number one records for any New Zealand artist, alongside Hayley Westenra, and three top-ten singles in New Zealand.


 01 La La Land
 02 Given Time
 03 C'Mon

Mondo Rock - 1987 - Aliens FLAC

Aliens is the first EP by Australian rock band Mondo Rock. It was released in 1987. It peaked at number 66 on the Kent Music Report.   Thanks to AussieRock


01 A Woman Like You
02 Aliens (Walk Among Us)
03 I'm Free
04 Working My Way Back

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Bachelor Girl - 1999 - Blown Away FLAC

Bachelor Girl were an Australian pop duo, formed in 1992 by Tania Doko as vocalist and James Roche as musician, producer and arranger. "Blown Away" peaked at #79 on the aira charts back in 1999.


01 Blown Away
02 Buses And Trains (Italian Version)

Little Birdy - 2004 - This Is A Love Song EP FLAC

This Is a Love Song EP is the second EP by Australian indie rock band Little Birdy, and the follow-up to the Little Birdy EP. It was released on 1 March 2004 and debuted at No. 22 on the Australian Singles Chart on 8 March 2004. "This Is a Love Song" polled at No. 40 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.


01 This Is a Love Song     
02 Alright    
03 Bad for You
04 Sing Me a Lullaby
05 Now the Rain Is Falling

Echo & The Bunnymen - 1997 - Nothing Lasts For Ever FLAC

"Nothing Lasts Forever" is a single by Echo & the Bunnymen which was released in 1997. It was the first single released after Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant and Les Pattinson reformed the band. It was also the first single to be released from their 1997 album, Evergreen. It reached number 8 on the UK Singles Chart.


01 Nothing Lasts For Ever
02 Watchtower
03 Polly
04 Hurracaine

Saturday, 20 January 2018

Peter Cupples - 1998 - Sacred Heart CDS FLAC

Peter Cupples is the former lead singer and songwriter of ‘STYLUS’ – the Australian blue-eyed soul band who became the first ‘all white band’ to be signed by the US Motown label, Tamala.
Thanks to AussieRock


01 Scared Heart
02 Believe In Love
03 The Power Of Change

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Olivia Newton-John - 1988 - The Rumour FLAC

The Rumour" was a 1988 single from the same named The Rumour Album the single reached #35 on the Australian Charts.

The singles discography of British-Australian recording artist Olivia Newton-John consists of Seventy-three singles, seven featured artist and eighteen promotional recordings. She is a four-time Grammy award winner who has amassed five number-one and ten other Top Ten Billboard Hot 100 singles, seven Top Ten Billboard Hot Country singles, and two number-one Billboard 200 solo albums. Eleven of her singles (including two platinum) and fourteen of her albums (including two platinum and four double platinum) have been certified gold by the RIAA. She has sold an estimated 100 million records worldwide, making her one of the world's best-selling artists of all time.


01 The Rumour (7'' Mix)
02 Winter Angel
03 The Rumour (12' Extended Mix)

Judas Priest - 1988 - Johnny B. Goode FLAC

Johnny B. Goode appeared on the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Johnny B. Good" Tracks 2,3,and 4 taken from the live 1987 album Priest...Live!


01 Johnny B. Goode
02 Rock You All Around The World
03 Turbo Lover 
04 Living After Midnight

Stephen Cummings - 1996 - Sometimes FLAC

Rleased in 1996 "Sometimes" is the second single from the album the Escapist it reached #157 on the Australian Charts.  Thanks to Guitarzan


1     Sometimes    
2     Unfair    
3     Here Comes

Warumpi Band - 1996 - Stompin' Ground FLAC

Warumpi Band were an Australian country and Aboriginal rock group which formed in the outback settlement of Papunya, Northern Territory in 1980. The original line-up was George Burarrwanga on vocals and didgeridoo, Gordon Butcher on drums, his brother Sammy Butcher on guitar and bass guitar, and Neil Murray on rhythm guitar and backing vocals. Their key singles are "Jailanguru Pakarnu" (1983), "Blackfella/Whitefella" (1985), "Sit Down Money" (1986), "My Island Home" (1987) and "No Fear" (1987). The group released three albums, Big Name, No Blankets (1985), Go Bush! (1987) and Too Much Humbug (1996).


1 Stompin' Ground    
2 Never Change    
3 Djulean    
4 Stompin' Ground (Instrumental)

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Spiderbait - 1999 - Stevie CDS FLAC

"Stevie" the second single from the album Grand Slam reached #81 on the ARIA singles charts.


01 Stevie    
02 Buster (Remix)    
03 When You Win The Brownlow (Demo)    
04 Eleven Foot Six (Demo)

Monday, 8 January 2018

Julie Anthony - 1999 - Coming Around Again CDS FLAC

Julie Moncrief Anthony (née Lush) AM OBE (born 24 August 1949 in Lameroo, South Australia), better known as Julie Anthony, is an Australian soprano and entertainer. She sang the Australian National Anthem at the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics with Human Nature. "Coming Around Again" is a single from her 1999 album Never Stop Believing.
Thanks to AussieRock.


01 Coming Around Again
02 Keep Coming Back To You

Spiderbait - 2001 - Black Betty FLAC

"Black Betty" was the first single released from Spiderbait's album Tonight Alright, released in 2004. Produced by Sylvia Massy, this version is a slightly faster re-working of Ram Jam's hard rock arrangement. The song was a hit in Australia, reaching number 1 on the ARIA Charts in May 2004, becoming Spiderbait's first number one single in Australia. The song also made an impression in the United States, reaching number 32 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart in November of the same year.


01 Black Betty (Edit)    
02 Black Betty (Extended Version)    
03 The Dog    
04 In This City

The Living End - 1998 - Save The Day FLAC

"Save the Day" was the first official single taken from Australian rock group, The Living End's debut self-titled album. It followed the release of the "Second Solution/Prisoner of Society" double A-side single the previous year. It was released in September 1998, spending 17 weeks in the Australian ARIA Singles Chart and peaking at No. 22. The song also reached No. 10 on Triple J's Hottest 100 for 1998. The single was later certified as Gold (selling in excess of 35,000 copies).

The single was also released on 7" vinyl however it was a limited release with only 500 copies issued.


1. Save the Day
2. Lone Ranger
3. Mr Business Man

The Living End - 2002 - One Said To The Other FLAC

"One Said to the Other" is a single released by The Living End on 20 January 2003. It peaked at No. 19 on the ARIA Singles Chart and reached No. 52 on Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2003. "One Said to the Other" and "What Would You Do?" featured on this EP were recorded in 2002, before the Modern ARTillery sessions. This recording was released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions.


01 One Said to the Other
02 What Would You Do?
03 Blinded
04 Fond Farewell