Thursday, 31 December 2015

Electric Hippies - 1993 - Greedy People




Steve Balbi and Justin Stanley from the now defunct Noiseworks formed the psychedelic pop group Electric Hippies in 1993 and had top 30 success with the single, "Greedy People", and debut album, Electric Hippies both released in 1994.

 

 

 

Tracks

 

1Greedy People 2:41
2Little Miss Star 2:59
3Letter Of Apology

DM3 - 1995 - Something Heav


Basically this release was treading water while the band got the necessary money together for the completion of the Road To Rome album. A fabulous A-side with a "big" chorus that still deserves airplay!




The Musicians:

 Dom Mariani - Guitar & Lead Vocals
 Pascal Bartolone - Drums
 Toni Italiano - Bass & Backing Vocals




Tracks



1. Something Heavy 
2. Know You Now (live) 
3. Foolish (live) 
4. Zero Hour 
5. Little Town Crier

Wednesday, 30 December 2015

DM3 - 1993 - Foolish



laying hot-rodded pop with potent hooks and a healthy supply of rock & roll energy, DM3 were founded by singer, guitarist, and songwriter Dom Mariani, who had already established himself as one of the movers and shakers on the Australian garage rock and power pop scene. Born in Fremantle in Western Australia in 1958, Mariani first achieved nationwide recognition with the band the Stems, whose fusion of garage rock and power pop made them cult heroes during their original run from 1983 to 1987. Shortly after the Stems ran their course, Mariani joined the alternative rock band the Someloves, whose relatively brief career lasted until 1990. In 1992, Mariani returned with a new combo, DM3, in which he handled vocals and guitar alongside Ian Campbell on lead guitar and backing vocals, Toni Italiano (a fellow Someloves alumni) on bass and vocals, and Pascal Bartolone (formerly of the Summer Suns) on drums.





Tracks


1 Foolish   
2 Oriana   
3 High Rotations

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Hunters & Collectors - 1993 - Holy GraiL




"Holy Grail" is a song performed by the Australian band Hunters & Collectors on their 1992 album Cut. It reached #20 on the Australian Charts. Hunters & Collectors formed in Melbourne in early 1981 originally the band were influenced by the Krautrock genre  featuring strong percussive influences, noisy guitar, and driving bass lines





Tracks




1. "Holy Grail" 
2. "True Tears of Joy" (live & acoustic) 
3. "Where Do You Go?" (live & acoustic) 
4. "When the River Runs Dry" (live & acoustic) 
5. "Holy Grail" (live & acoustic)

Horsehead - 1998 - She Fell To Earth




Horsehead were an Australian hard rock band which formed in late 1991 by Scott Kingman on guitar (ex-Cattletruck), Cameron McKenzie on guitar, Andy McLean on vocals (both ex-21 Guns), Mick Vallance on bass guitar (Serious Young Insects, Boom Crash Opera) and Craig Waugh on drums (Uncanny X-Men). They toured nationally and internationally as well as supporting United States group, Metallica, on the Australian leg of their April 1998 tour.The single was released in one of two covers: the first a blurry grey one which actually was a misprint; the second features an angel.




Tracks



1. "She Fell to Earth"   
2. "Cheesegrater"  
3. "B03" 

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Deni Hines - 1996 - I'm Not In Love



Dohnyale "Deni" Sharon Hines (born 4 September 1970 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian solo artist who had moderate chart success in the 1990s in Australia and New Zealand. She is the daughter of Marcia Hines. I'm Not in Love" was a minor hit for Deni reaching #86 on the OZ charts.





Tracks.


1. I'm Not In Love
2. It's Alright
3. Joy
4. It's Alright (Summertime Remix)

Renee Geyer - 1994 - Careless




Renée Rebecca Geyer (born 11 September 1953, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian singer who has long been regarded as one of the finest exponents of jazz, soul and R&B idioms. Careless is a Paul Kelly song covered by Renee on her "Difficult Woman" album.




Tracks.


1 Careless  
2 Difficult Woman



Sunday, 13 December 2015

Mortal Sin - 1990 - I am immortal



Mortal Sin are an Australian thrash metal band that formed in 1985, and arguably the first band in Australia to play purely thrash metal. The band have split up and reformed numerous times.




Tracks.


1 I Am Immortal  
2 Lebanon    
3 Voyage Of The Disturbed



Saturday, 12 December 2015

Taxiride - 1999 - Get Set



 "Get Set" is the first single by Melbourne band Taxiride. It is the second track on their 1999 debut, Imaginate. The song was recorded in Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, and produced by Jack Joseph Puig. This song became a Top Twenty hit in Australia and Japan, but it was not as popular in the United States of America.




Tracks


1 Get Set   
2 Voodoo Doll Sin    
3 Splash

Wolfmother - 2005 - Mind's Eye




"Mind's Eye" is a song by Australian hard rock band Wolfmother, featured on their 2005 debut album Wolfmother. When released as the first single from the album, it was well received by critics and reached number twenty nine in the ARIA Charts.
"Mind's Eye" was released as a double A-side CD single in Australia on 16 October 2005. The second featured song is "Woman", which was later released as a separate single in 2006. "The Earth's Rotation Around the Sun", an instrumental, was featured as the single's B-side.





Tracks



1."Mind's Eye"
2."Woman"
3."The Earth's Rotation Around the Sun"

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Tina Arena - 1995 - That's the Way a Woman Feels



 Arena co-wrote all of the songs on the original release of the album which was produced by David Tyson. The album spawned six successful singles "Chains", "Sorrento Moon (I Remember)", "Heaven Help My Heart", "Wasn't It Good", "That's the Way a Woman Feels" (charted at #31 in Australia) and the cover version of Maria McKee's song "Show Me Heaven".

Don't Ask nominated Arena for ten ARIA Awards throughout 1995 and 1996.





Tracks



1. That's the Way a Woman Feels [New Horns Mix]
2. Sorrento Moon (I Remember) [Spanish Version]
3. Wasn't it Good [Live Solo]
4. Chains [World Jeep Mix]

Iggy Pop - 1990 - Candy





 "Candy" is a song by Iggy Pop from his ninth solo album, Brick by Brick. The song is a duet with Kate Pierson of The B-52's, and was released as the album's second single in September 1990. The song became the biggest mainstream hit of Pop's career, as he reached the US Top 40 chart for the first and only time.





Tracks
 

1. "Candy"
2. "The Undefeated" (acoustic demo version)
3. "Butt Town" (acoustic demo version)

Jon Stevens - 1993 - Going Down



Going Down released in 1993and taken from the album "Are U Satisfied" it reached #39 on the Australian charts.




 Tracks


1. Going Down
2.  Midnight Train

Jet - 2003 - Rollover DJ



"Rollover DJ" is the second single (except in the United States, where it was the third, after "Cold Hard Bitch") by the Australian rock band Jet, from their debut album Get Born (14 September 2003). It was released in November, two months after the album, and was promoted with two different music videos. It reached the Top 40 on both the ARIA Singles Chart and the UK Singles Chart.




Tracks


1."Rollover DJ"
2."Are You Gonna Be My Girl (Live at the Gaelic Club, Sydney)"
3."Take It or Leave It (Live at the Gaelic Club, Sydney)"
4."Sgt Major"
5."Back Door Santa"