Tuesday, 3 August 2021

Courtney Love - 2014 - You Know My Name - Wedding Day FLAC


"You Know My Name" is a song by the American alternative rock musician Courtney Love. It was released on May 4, 2014 on Cherry Forever Records, packaged as a double A-side single with the song "Wedding Day".


01 You Know My Name
02 Wedding Day

Weddings, Parties, Anything - 1996 - Luckiest Man FLAC


 Weddings, Parties, Anything. were an Australian folk rock band formed in 1984 in Melbourne and continuing until 1999. Their name came from The Clash song ("Revolution Rock") and musicologist Billy Pinnell described their first album as the best Australian rock debut since Skyhooks' Living in the '70s. "Luckiest Man" was the first single of the    Riveresque albun and it charted at #85 on the Australian charts.


01 Luckiest Man
02 Lights Of Devonport
03 Reason To Believe
04 Sweet Thames Flow Softly

Tegan and Sara - 2003 - I Hear Noises FLAC


 Tegan and Sara are a Canadian indie pop duo formed in 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, composed of identical twin sisters Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Keirsten Quin (born September 19, 1980). Both musicians are songwriters and multi-instrumentalists.

The pair have released nine studio albums and numerous EPs. The duo earned a Grammy nomination in 2012 for their DVD/live album Get Along. Their ninth album, Hey, I'm Just Like You, was released on September 27, 2019. Their memoir, High School, was released on September 24, 2019.


01 I Hear Noises
02 Not Tonight (acoustic)
03 I Hear Noises (acoustic)

Flicker - 1995 - Out Where The Wild Things Grow FLAC


This is the second and final CDEP by Flicker


01. It's OK To Surrender
02. Wild Things
03. The Party's Moved On
04. Dashboard
05. Country Boy

Flicker - 1995 - Everything's Roses FLAC


Guitarist and songwriter, Bruce Begley, was one of the founders of The Honeys. When that band broke up he formed The Snow Leopards, who released the album "Sweet Sweet Dreams" in 1991. 

Following the demise of The Snow Leopards he formed Flicker with Gina Hearnden (vocals) and Tim Hagan (bass, organ, acoustic guitar). To my knowledge Flicker only released this and the following CDEP.

Sadly, Bruce Begley passed away on 30th December, 2016.

Gine Hearnden, who also played with The Hollowmen and The Catalinas is currently playing and recording with Blackbird FC.


01. Everything's Roses
02. Feel
03. Right Between Your Eyes
04. Guess I Know It's True
05. Breaking Down
06. Little Way Out
07. Untitled Hidden Track (Everything's Roses Coda)

Radiohead - 1992 - Drill FLAC


 Drill is the debut EP by English alternative rock group Radiohead, released in May 1992. It was Radiohead's first commercial release, and debuted on the UK Album Chart at number 101. The original manufacturing run was limited to 3,000 CDs.


01 Prove Yourself
02 Stupid Car
03 You
04 Thinking About You

Friday, 30 July 2021

Jimmy Barnes - 1995 - Change of Heart FLAC


 "Change of Heart" is a song by Australian rock musician, Jimmy Barnes. Released in May 1995 as the lead single from his eighth studio album, Psyclone (1995). The song peaked at number 17 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.


01 Change of Heart
02 Edgewood
03 The Other Side

Wednesday, 28 July 2021

Fills - 1992 - Seahorse Smiles FLAC


I know  nothing about the The Fills, except they were five piece Melbourne band, fronted by a  female lead vocalist. They released one single and two EP's. This was the second of those EP's. 

The Fills were:
Danny Atkinson: Vocals 
Lawrence McNamara: Bass, Vocals
Matt Maruff: Drums, Percussion
Paul Connell: Guitar
Cliff Connell: Saxophone, Vocals

01. She Said
02. Seahorse Smiles
03. Not A Word I Know
04. Better Days
05. Nothing New
06. Flames

Tuesday, 27 July 2021

Severed Heads - 1994 - Dead Eyes Opened FLAC


 "Dead Eyes Opened" is a song by the experimental Australian group Severed Heads, originally released on their 1983 album Since the Accident. Upon its initial release as a 12-inch record single in 1984, the track received critical success. A remixed version released in October 1994 achieved commercial success in Australia, peaking at #16 on the ARIA Charts.  Thanks to Sunny


01 Dead Eyes Opened (Radio Edit)
02 Dead Eyes Opened (Reopened)
03 Dead Eyes Opened (The Love Experiment)
04 Dead Eyes Opened (Spooked)
05 Dead Eyes Opened (Original Version)

Jen Anderson - 1992 - Seek FLAC


Jen Anderson is an violinist and composer of international repute.

She has toured and recorded with many of Australia’s best known rock, folk and country artists, including the Black Sorrows (89-93), Weddings Parties Anything (93-98), Tim Rogers (You Am I), Tiddas, Archie Roach, Ruby Hunter and The Waifs.

Jen is also a composer of note, with numerous film and television show scores to her credit.

01. No Holy Laws
02. Never The Same
03. Big Gap
04. Amidst The Beauty
05. Eventually

Monday, 26 July 2021

Cleopatra Wong - 1992 - Egg FLAC


Lindy Morrison and Amanda Brown were members of the seminal Australian band, The Go-Betweens, playing together on their albums "Tallulah" (1987) and "16 Lovers Lane (1988). When the band broke up Morrison and Brown joined forces as Cleopatra Wong in 1991-1992. During this time, they recorded the mini-albums "Egg" and "Cleopatra's Lament".


01. Thank You
02. Hearts Will Be Falling
03. Dangerous Girl
04. Tina's Story
05. Words And Lies
06. Buried Treasure

Sunday, 25 July 2021

Catherine Wheel - 1992 - Self Portraits FLAC

Catherine Wheel was a band formed in Sydney by Andrea Croft (vocals, guitar), Grant Shanahan (bass, vocals) and Brett Thomson (drums) when they all left The Honeys. They released several singles, initially as a trio, then adding "Biff" Smith. Smith was replaced by Matt Handley (guitar, vocals) for this, their final release.

Andrea Croft went on to work with Pollyanna and Splinter with Suzie Higgie of The Falling Joys. In 2007 Croft,  Shanahan and Bruce Begley reformed The Honeys and recorded the "Star Baby" album.


01. Reach
02. Wilsons Beach
03. Blackest World
04. Mama
05. Self Portraits


The Church - 1992 - Feel FLAC


 Released in 1992 "Feel" was the second single from the album Priest=Aura I did not chart.  

Thanks to Sunny


01 Feel (Single Remix)
02 Feel (Extended Album Mix)
03 Feel (Techno Dub)
04 Feel (Ragga Mix)
05 Feel (Album Version)

Saturday, 24 July 2021

Catalinas - 1992 - Catalinas FLAC


The Catalinas were an Australian band:
Gina Hearnden: vocals, guitar
Phil Rowe: guitar, vocals
Julian Matthews: bass, vocals
John Edwards: drums

Jodi Bell: backing vocals
Tim Neal: piano, hammond organ

1. Now I Know
2. Stay
3. Word
4. Spend Some Time
5. Precious

Magic Dirt - 1994 - Life Was Better ...When I Used To Be A Wetter FLAC


 Life Was Better is the second extended play release by Australian rock band Magic Dirt. It was released in November 1994 on the Melbourne independent label Au Go Go Records. The EP originally peaked at number 71 on the Australian singles chart,[1] selling over 20,000 copies. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1995, the EP was nominated for four awards; Best New Talent, Best Independent Release, Breakthrough Artist – Single and Best Alternative Release. In 2020, the EP was re-released on CD and vinyl and it entered the Australian albums chart at number 26.


01 Daddy
02 magic dirt - ice
03 Amoxycillin
04 Fairy Park
05 Hhe-Man
06 These Drugs Are Really Starting ToFfuck Me Over

Saturday, 17 July 2021

Whitney Houston - 1990 - I'm Your Baby Tonight FLAC


 "I'm Your Baby Tonight" is a song recorded by American singer Whitney Houston for her third studio album of the same name. The song, written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface, was released by Arista Records as the lead single on October 2, 1990 from the album. The single features a B-side, "Feels So Good", which has not been featured on any Whitney Houston album. While the original version, produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface, was released in the United States, the Yvonne Turner mix (also known as the "European Version" or the "International Version"), was released in other countries.

“I’m Your Baby Tonight” became a huge hit for Houston, reaching top-ten positions worldwide. It reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, her eighth single to do so; "I'm Your Baby Tonight" is also her fifth biggest hit in the United States. "I'm Your Baby Tonight" was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Houston was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance with this song at the 33rd Grammy Awards.


01 I'm Your Baby Tonight
02 I'm Knockin'
03 I'm Your Baby Tonight (Extended Remix)
04 Feels So Good

George Thorogood & The Destroyers - 1993 - Get A Haircut FLAC


 "Get a Haircut" is a rock song by American band George Thorogood & the Destroyers. It was released as a single from the 1992 album Haircut. The song was written by Bill Birch and David Avery. It peaked at No. 2 on the US Album Rock Tracks chart on August 28, 1993, and became a top-30 hit in both Australia (No. 28) and New Zealand (No. 15). "Get a Haircut" was the No. 1 most played song in Canada on FM radio.


01 Get A Haircut
02 Gone Dead Train
03 Bad To The Bone

Monday, 12 July 2021

Offspring - 1994 - Self Esteem FLAC


"Self Esteem" is a song by the American punk rock band The Offspring. It is the eighth track and second single from their third studio album Smash. The song was a worldwide hit, reaching #1 in Iceland, Norway and Sweden in Australia it peaked at#6 in New Zealand #39. "Self Esteem" was nominated for the 1995 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Song. The song also appears as the third track on their Greatest Hits (2005).   Thanks to Sunny


01 Self Esteem
02 Burn It Up
03 Jennifer Lost The War

Magic Dirt - 2004 - I Love The Rain FLAC


 Magic Dirt are an Australian rock band, which formed in 1991 in Geelong, Victoria, with Daniel Herring on guitar, Adam Robertson on drums, Adalita Srsen on vocals and guitar, and Dean Turner on bass guitar. "I Love the Rain" was the second single of the album Snow White it did no chart.  Thanks to Sunny


01 I Love The Rain (single version)
02 Something To Care About
03 Bone Dry
04 Johnny Loves Sarah

Robert Palmer & UB40 - 1990 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight FLAC


 "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" is a 1967 song by Bob Dylan first released on John Wesley Harding. In 1990, Robert Palmer and UB40 released a cover version of the song. It was released as a single in the United Kingdom and throughout Europe. It appears on Robert Palmer's albums Don't Explain and on the 1995 best of The Very Best of. The song was successful, particularly in Australia #4, Austria #5, the Netherlands #5 and Switzerland #5, it also secured a #6 placing in both the United Kingdom and Ireland. It was most successful in New Zealand, where it reached #1 for a week in February 1991.


01 I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
02 I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Extended Version)
03 Deep End