TIM ROGERS & THE TWIN SET WHAT RHYMES WITH CARS AND GIRLS (VINYL)
|What Rhymes With Cars And Girls is the first solo album by You Am I frontman Tim Rogers and the only release featuring the backing band The Twin Set, released 3rd March 1999 on BMG Records.
In 2015, the album was adapted for the stage, with playwright Aidan Fennessy working with Tim Rogers to create a new musical What Rhymes with Cars and Girls for the Melbourne Theatre Company
All songs written by Tim Rogers
Released as a LIMITED GREEN VINYL
Various Triple M Rocks (Vinyl)
Limited Edition Orange Vinyl - 2,000 copies pressed worldwide
Triple M Has Released The Ultimate Collector’s Item For Father’s Day and you’d be mad not to get it!
"Besides some of the best from our playlist, I’m blown away by the orange vinyl and artwork," said Triple M's Head Of Rock.
The Belligerents Science Fiction (Orange Vinyl)
|Science Fiction Orange Vinyl|
|Having refined their craft with a series of impressive EP and single releases – along with an attention-commanding live presence – The Belligerents are primed to elevate to the next level with their debut full-length statement, Science Fiction.
The five-piece have flourished from their Brisbane base, exploring the far reaches of worldly psych-pop with their sights aimed squarely towards a celestial realm. After humble beginnings, The Belligerents stepped up with a more sprawling vision on the 2015 EP Outside:Inside.
Science Fiction features album favourites ‘Caroline’, ‘Before, I Am’ and the Madchester-influenced ‘Flash’.
|DISC 1 - LP - Side A
1 Sorry to Say
3 Less and Less
4 Before I Am
5 Turn Down the Band
DISC 1 - LP - Side B
3 Science Fiction
4 Yes Man
5 It's Gonna Get Worse
6 Sleeping for Days
Delta Goodrem Innocent Eyes (2LP)
2LP 180 Gram White Vinyl
Innocent Eyes is the debut studio album by Australian singer Delta Goodrem released in Australia on 21 March 2003.
Goodrem co-wrote most of the material, excluding "Throw It Away", "Lost Without You’ and "Butterfly". The album features two solely self-penned songs, "In My Own Time" and "Will You Fall for Me". Goodrem worked with writers and producers, to create the album with a collection of piano-based pop and ballad tracks.
Five singles were released from the album.
Goodrem is the first ever artist to have five number-one singles from a debut album.
The first three singles charted within the top 10 in the United Kingdom.
Innocent Eyes debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart making it her first number-one album and altogether selling 4.5 million copies worldwide. (1.2 million in Australia alone).
Innocent Eyes is the most successful album in Australia in 19 years. It was the highest selling album in Australia of the decade.
Innocent Eyes is the equal 6th-highest-selling album in Australian history.
1 Born to Try
2 Innocent Eyes
3 Not Me, Not I
1 Throw It Away
2 Lost Without You
2 In My Own Time
3 My Big Mistake
4 This Is Not Me
1 Running Away
2 A Year Ago Today
4 Will You Fall for
Julio Iglesias Julio Iglesias: The Collection (10CD)
RELEASE DATE: 31st August 2018
10 CDs in jewelcases, contained in a lift off lid box (no booklet)
Almost 50 years since the release of his first record, legendary singer Julio Iglesias will this year be celebrated with a box set featuring ten of his most treasured albums.
1. America (1976)
2. Emociones (1978)
3. A Vous Les Femmes (1979)
4. Hey! (1980)
5. Begin The Beguine (1981)
6. Momentos (1982)
7. Julio (1983)
8. Raices (1989)
9. Crazy (1994)
10. Noche de Quatro Lunas (2000)
Paul Simon One Trick Pony (LP)
180 gram vinyl
One-Trick Pony, Paul Simon's fifth solo studio album, was released in 1980.
Paul Simon's One-Trick Pony was released concurrently with the film of the same name, in which Simon also starred. The album is best known for the Grammy-nominated track "Late in the Evening" which was a hit for Simon in 1980, and also features "Long, Long Day," a collaboration with Patti Austin.
1. Late in the Evening
2. That's Why God Made the Movies
3. One-Trick Pony
4. How the Heart Approaches What It Yearns
5. Oh, Marion
1. Ace in the Hole
4. God Bless the Absentee
5. Long, Long Day
Paul Simon The Rhythm of The Saints (LP)
RELEASE DATE: 31st August 2018
180 gram vinyl
The Rhythm of the Saints is the eighth solo studio album by singer-songwriter Paul Simon, released in 1990. In 1992, The Rhythm of the Saints earned two nominations for the 34th Grammy Awards – Album of the Year and Producer of the Year.
Paul Simon broadened his love for world music by recording with South American musicians, conjuring a heady blend of world beat, jazzy pop and percussively persuasive numbers such as "The Obvious Child," "The Coast" and "Proof." The record also includes contributions from the likes of JJ Cale, Hugh Masekala, Randy Brecker and Fabulous Thunderbird’s Kim Wilson on harmonica.
1. The Obvious Child
2. Can't Run But
3. The Coast
5. Further to Fly
1. She Moves On
2. Born at the Right Time
3. The Cool, Cool River
4. Spirit Voices
5. The Rhythm of the Saints
Columbia/Sony Music Australia released the soundtrack to the highly anticipated film release Deadpool 2! The film was released in Australian cinemas on May 16, with the soundtrack released on May 18, reaching #9 on the ARIA Album Chart. The vinyl will be released on August 24.
The sequel grossed $301M globally on the opening weekend. More impressively, the film outperformed internationally:
“The sequel debuted to $176 million overseas, ahead of the first Deadpool and the biggest international launch in history for an R-rated film. Deadpool 2 also delivered Fox its biggest international debut in history. And domestically, the two Deadpool pics represent Fox's biggest box-office openings ever.” – The Hollywood Reporter.
The soundtrack features an original song from Celine Dion, titled ‘Ashes’ with the video having accumulated over 36m views. It also features a new track from Diplo called ‘Welcome to the Party’ featuring French Montana, Lil Pump & Zhavia Ward. The video has clocked over 80m views.
1. Celine Dion – Ashes
2. Diplo ft. French Montana, Lil Pump and Zhavia Ward – Welcome To The Party
3. DJ Shadow ft. Run The Jewels – Nobody Speak
4. Peter Gabriel – In Your Eyes
5. A-HA – Take On Me (MTV Unplugged – Summer Solstice)
Cher – If I Could Turn Back Time
1. Dolly Parton – 9 To 5
2. Air Supply – All Out Of Love
3. Pat Benatar – We Belong
4. Alicia Morton – Tomorrow
5. Tyler Bates – Mutant Convoy
6. Skrillex – Bangarang ft. Sirah