Primitive Man is an album by the Australian synthpop band Icehouse, released in September 1982. In January 1982, Icehouse founder Iva Davies started recording Primitive Man essentially as a solo project, it was co-produced with Keith Forsey who later worked with Simple Minds. Forsey supplied additional percussion; Davies supplied vocals, lead guitar, keyboards (Sequential Circuits Prophet-5), bass guitar and programmed the Linn drum machine. Released as an Icehouse album, Primitive Man reached #3 on the National album charts and provided their international breakthrough single, "Hey Little Girl" which peaked at #7 in Australia, #2 in Switzerland, #5 in Germany, Top 20 in UK, Sweden and Netherlands, and #31 on the U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock chart…
2002 remastered reissue of the Aussie alternative act's 1982 album that's unavailable domestically. Includes 5 bonus tracks 'Uniform' (12'' German Version), 'Street Cafe' (Single Mix), 'Love In Motion' (USA Recording), 'Can't Help Myself' (Live) & 'We Can Get Together' (Live).
Sidewalk is the third studio album by the Australian rock band Icehouse. It was originally released in June 1984, on the labels Regular, Chrysalis, and reached #8 on the National albums chart with singles "Taking the Town" (#22), "Don't Believe Anymore" (#22t) and "Dusty Pages" (#82). Founding member Iva Davies used the Fairlight CMI digital sampling synthesizer on this more sombre and reflective album, included are two tracks used for the Russell Mulcahy 1984 film Razorback, which he had recorded in 1983.
2002 digitally remastered reissue of the Aussie rock/synthpop act's 1986 album that's unavailable domestically. Includes 5 bonus tracks 'Just A Word', 'The Perfect Game', 'The Flame' (Live), 'No Promises' (live) & 'Sister' (live).
Featuring "Man Of Colours", "The Kingdom", "Electric Blue", "Crazy"
Man Of Colours was ICEHOUSE's best-selling album, which was released in September 1987 on Regular Records/Chrysalis Records. The album peaked at #1 on the Australian album charts for 11 weeks from 5 October 1987, and has sold over 1 million copies. “Electric Blue” was their only Australian #1 single.
Human, is the debut album from global phenomenon Rag'N'Bone Man, whose real name is Rory Graham, a singer songwriter from Uckfield, East Sussex, England. The album features the title track, "Human," an emerging worldwide hit that has achieved # 1 Singles Chart status in Austria, Germany, Belgium, and Switzerland, and is now moving up charts in the United States. The single is certified GOLD in Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden and Platinum in Switzerland…