Wednesday, 23 March 2016
"Rush" is a song by Big Audio Dynamite II from their album The Globe. It was a number-one hit on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart for four weeks in 1991, as well as topping the Australian and New Zealand singles charts.
03 Medicine Show
Tuesday, 15 March 2016
UB40 are a British reggae/pop band formed in December 1978 in south Birmingham, England. The band has had more than 50 singles in the UK Singles Chart, and has also achieved considerable international success.
"Here I Am (Come and Take Me)" is a 1973 song by written by Al Green and Teenie Hodges and covered by UB40, included on their 1989 album, Labour of Love II. Released as a single in 1990, the song was an international hit, reaching #7 on the US charts and #3 on the Australian charts in 1991.
01. Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
02. Here I Am (Come and Take Me) [Extended Mix]
03. Wear You to the Ball
04. Red Red Wine
05. I Got You Babe
Sunday, 13 March 2016
Margaret Urlich (born in Auckland, New Zealand) is an ARIA Award-winning musician based in New South Wales. Urlich came to Sydney, Australia, in 1988 to pursue her singing career. Her debut solo album, Safety in Numbers, released in 1989, was highly successful and won "Breakthrough Artist - Album" at the 1991 ARIA Awards,. Its follow-up Chameleon Dreams was also a success when released in 1992. Urlich has been successful Trans-Tasman, selling over 400,000 albums during her career, ranking her as one of New Zealand's most successful recording artists.
|1||Gonna Make You Mine|
|2||Just Before You Go|
Thursday, 10 March 2016
Redd Kross is an American alternative rock band from Hawthorne, California, who had their roots in 1978 in a punk rock band called The Tourists, which was begun by brothers Jeff and Steve McDonald while they were still in middle school. With the addition of friends Greg Hetson and John Stielow on drums, the band's first gig was opening for Black Flag.
1 Lady In The Front Row
2 Oh My Lover
4 Visionary (Acoustic)
5 I'll Meet You Half Way
Originally a product of Britain's new romantic movement, Depeche Mode went on to become the quintessential electropop band of the 1980s. One of the first acts to establish a musical identity based completely around the use of synthesizers, they began their existence as a bouncy dance-pop outfit but gradually developed a darker, more dramatic sound that ultimately positioned them as one of the most successful alternative bands of their era.
1 I Feel You
2 One Caress
Maybe Dolls were an Australian pop/rock band that released one album, “Propaganda,” in 1991. The band’s core was brother and sister duo Chris and Annalisse Morrow, who had previously performed as The Numbers in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band scored regional hits with the singles “Nervous Kid” and “Cool Jesus.”
1 Nervous Kid
2 Out Of My Head
Lisa Edwards Cry. 1992 single charting at #5 in Australia in July 1992. From the album 'Thru the Hoop', this is a cover of the Godley & Creme track, performed by one of John Farnham's backing singers
2 Cry (Baby Cry Mix)
Nicholas "Nick" Paul Barker is an Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist who formed a Melbourne-based rock, power pop band Nick Barker & the Reptiles in March 1988. Their cover version of Cockney Rebel's "Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)" reached the top 30 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Singles Chart in November 1989. They provided two top 40 albums on the related ARIA Albums Chart, Goin' to Pieces (1989) and After the Show (1991). He formed Barker in 1993, their single, "Time Bomb" was voted No. 20 on Triple J Hottest 100 list for 1994. He then went solo from 1995.
1 Time Bomb
2 Heard So Much About You (Is This Gonna End Mix) (Recorded Live)
3 Action Jackson (Recorded Live)
The Badloves is an Australian band that formed in 1990, dissolved in 1997 ,reformed in 2008, dissolved in 2010, reformed in 2015
"Caroline" taken from the 1995 album "Holy Roadside" reached #63 on the OZ charts.
2 Don't Throw Roses
Wednesday, 9 March 2016
Following the January 1998 demise of their previous outfit, Australian schlock-rock legends the Hoodoo Gurus, singer/guitarist Dave Faulkner, guitarist Brad Shepherd, bassist Rick Grossman and drummer Mark Kingsmill all reunited in the Persian Rugs. Despite a lineup mirroring the final incarnation of their previous outfit, the band insisted it was not just the Hoodoos under another name: drawing inspiration from garage combos both past and present, Faulkner once remarked "The Hoodoo Gurus would cover a Persian Rugs song, but the Persian Rugs couldn't cover a Hoodoo Gurus song." In mid-2002 the group issued its debut EP Mr. Tripper; Grossman soon exited, and ex-Crusaders/Thurston Howlers bassist Kendall James signed on to complete the full-length Turkish DeLight, issued early the following year. In 2004 Grossman returned to action, and the reconstituted group once again claimed the Hoodoo Gurus name, casting the continued viability of the Persian Rugs moniker in serious doubt.
|Here She Comes|
|I Can't Take It Anymore|
|Goin' Out In Style|