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)
Sunday, 29 January 2017
"If It Makes You Happy" is the lead single from Sheryl Crow's 1996 eponymous album. The song peaked at number ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US. The track won Best Female Rock Vocal Performance at the 1997 Grammy Awards. The song ties with her hit, "My Favorite Mistake", as her third highest-charting single in the UK, reaching number nine on the UK Singles Chart. It also peaked at No. 1 in Canada and was her second No. 1 hit on the Canadian Hot AC chart, it was a minor hit in Australia peaking at #20.
"If It Makes You Happy" – Edit
"Keep On Growing"
"On the Outside"
"The Book" – LP version
Thursday, 26 January 2017
"Ten Days" is a pop song by Australian singer-songwriter Missy Higgins, and the second single from her debut album The Sound of White. The single was released in Australia on 15 November 2004 and peaked at No. 12 on the ARIA singles chart. It was written by Higgins and Jay Clifford of Jump, Little Children. By the end of 2004 it had been certified Gold selling over 35,000 copies. It was also voted the No. 6 song in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2004. The video features Higgins travelling to various places and many of the shots were filmed in Adelaide, South Australia.
01 Ten Days
02 Greed For Your Love (Live)
03 Scar" (Live)
04 The Special Two (Live)
A sampler put out in 1997 by the Coca-Cola company showcasing 6 Aussie Alternate bands .
Thanks to Mustang
1 Custard Apartment
2 You Am I Trike
3 The Fauves Dogs Are The Best People
4 Tumbleweed Fang It
5 Ammonia You're Not The Only One Who Feels This Way
6 Skunkhour Breathing Through My Eyes
Peter Kenneth "Pete" Murray (born 14 October 1969) is an Australian singer-songwriter whose first three full-length albums have all reached #1 on the Australian music charts. He has been nominated several times at the ARIAs and has had several songs reach the top forty in Australia. His first LP, Feeler, reached number 1 a few months after its mid-2003 release, and his follow-up record, See The Sun reached a similar level of success, with all of the singles receiving widespread airplay. His third studio album, Summer At Eureka, was released in May 2008. To date Pete Murray has sold over 1 million records.
"You Pick Me Up" charted at #36 in Australia and #83 in the Netherlands.
01 You Pick Me Up
02 Class B
03 You Pick Me Up (The Late Pick Up Version)
"Just Ace" is the fourth single released by Australian alternative metal and post-grunge band Grinspoon, from their debut album, Guide to Better Living. It peaked at No. 25 on the ARIA Singles Chart, remaining in the charts for fifteen weeks. It also reached No. 18 on Triple J's Hottest 100 in 1998. "Just Ace" was written by band members Phil Jamieson and Pat Davern. "Just Ace" was recorded at Rocking Horse Studios in February 1997. The B-sides were recorded at Grudgefest in Sydney on Saturday 27 September 1997.
1. "Just Ace"
2. "Grudgefest intro"
3. "More Than You Are" (live)
4. "Freezer" (live)
5. "Post Enebriated Anxiety" (live)
6. "N. B. T." (live)
7. "Just Ace" (live)
Sunday, 15 January 2017
"Saint of Me" is a single by The Rolling Stones from their 1997 album Bridges to Babylon. Mick Jagger sings about various people in history who had converted to Christianity, notably St. Paul and St. Augustine. Jagger then states that they will never make a saint out of him.
The song is notable for its performers. With Jagger on vocals, acoustic guitar and keyboards, Waddy Wachtel and Ron Wood play electric guitars (Keith Richards is notably absent), Me'Shell Ndegéocello and Pierre de Beauport on bass and six-string bass, respectively, and Stones-recording veteran Billy Preston on organ. "Saint of Me" reached #26 in the UK and #94 in the US. The track also reached #13 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks.
1 Saint Of Me (Single Edit)
2 Anyway You Look At It
3 Gimme Shelter (Live)
4 Saint Of Me (Deep Dish Club Mix)
Wednesday, 11 January 2017
"Slow" is a song recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her ninth studio album Body Language (2003). It was released as the lead single from the album by Parlophone on 3 November 2003. The song was written by Minogue, Dan Carey, Emilíana Torrini, and produced by Carey, Torrini, and Sunnyroads. "Slow" is a synthpop song in which Minogue invites a man to "slow down" and dance with her.
Upon its release, "Slow" was acclaimed by music critics, many of whom praised Minogue's sensual and seductive vocals. At the 47th Grammy Awards ceremony, the song received a nomination in the category of "Best Dance Recording". Commercially, the song was a success and peaked at number one on the charts of countries like Australia, Denmark, Spain and the United Kingdom. The song also reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs in the United States. In Australia, the song was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for sales of 70,000 units.
02 Soul On Fire
03 Slow (Radio Slave Mix)
04 Slow (Synth City Remix)
Saturday, 31 December 2016
"Heart in Danger" is a song by Australian rock-pop band Southern Sons. It was released in August 1990 as their debut single. The song peaked at number 5 in Australia and was included on their debut album, Southern Sons (1990).
01. Heart in Danger
02. Out of my Hands
03. More Than Enough
Saturday, 24 December 2016
Jeffrey Ross Hyman (May 19, 1951 – April 15, 2001), known by his stage name Joey Ramone, was an American musician and singer-songwriter, lead vocalist of the punk rock band the Ramones. Joey Ramone's image, voice, and tenure as frontman of the Ramones made him a countercultural icon.
01 Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
02 Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight)
03 Spirit In My House
04 Don't Worry About Me
05 What A Wonderful World
Wednesday, 14 December 2016
Michael Hutchence is the only solo posthumous album by INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. It was released on 14 December 1999, just over two years after Hutchence's death. Hutchence began work on what would become his posthumous solo album in 1995 with Gus Till and Mad Sheer Khan in Paris at Exit Studio. Following his death in 1997, Black Grape producer Danny Saber and ex-Gang of Four guitarist Andy Gill completed the album. U2 singer, and Hutchence's friend, Bono recorded lyrics which were added to the track "Slide Away". The sole commercial single—"A Straight Line"—also included the B-side "Standing on the Rooftop" written by Gill and Hutchence and recorded during these sessions and the cover of the Iggy Pop song "The Passenger". The song "Let the People Talk" was also released digitally on the Internet.
01 A Straight Line
02 Standing On The Rooftop
03 The Passenger
Tuesday, 13 December 2016
"Paranoid" is a song by the British rock band Black Sabbath, featured on their second album Paranoid (1970). It is the first single from the album it reached number 4 on the UK Singles Chart and number 61 on the Billboard Hot 100 while making #18 on the Australian Charts.
02 Electric Funeral
03 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Thursday, 8 December 2016
"Man Of The Hour" was a single released in 2000 the second single of the #1 album 33 1/3 it was unsuccessful and did nor chart.
01 Man Of The Hour
02 Man Of The Hour (Live)
03 You Dont Know Like I Know