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Grayson
(I have the Peachtree Battle Talbots' horcrux.)
Posted: Jun 16, 2018 10:14
 

Think I'm moving this song to a 10. It's just constant perfection. 
slkuzel
Posted: Jun 16, 2018 10:14
 

kingart
(Brooklyn NY)
Posted: Feb 22, 2018 14:46
 

 kingart wrote:
35 years gone. Holy shit! omg. wtf? ayfk? 
Some of my theme music for my first year living in Brooklyn.  
Practically antedeluvian.
The tune is still catchy and fun. 

 
What he said. 3 years later. 
SeriousLee
(Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres)
Posted: Oct 06, 2017 16:29
 

If you can just forget it's 2017, this song sounds a whole lot better.
Stephen_Phillips
(Hillsborough, Northern Ireland)
Posted: Sep 06, 2017 3:02
 

I was living in Australia in 1980 and Split Enz, INXS and Midnight Oil were all around back then - good times.
Kiwited
Posted: Aug 28, 2017 21:47
 

HA! music from the right Hemisphere. Listening to ya from New Zealand
dwhayslett
(Raleigh, NC)
Posted: Jun 28, 2017 12:11
 

 the_jake wrote:

Star?!?

 
"reality TV" is a pretty low bar.
floydpink
(Christchurch, NZ)
Posted: May 26, 2017 18:55
 

 kingart wrote:
35 years gone. Holy shit! omg. wtf? ayfk? 
Some of my theme music for my first year living in Brooklyn.  
Practically antedeluvian.
The tune is still catchy and fun. 

 
Antediluvian from the antipodes!


the_jake
(Beside the Proboscis)
Posted: Apr 28, 2017 13:36
 

 jbuhl wrote:
I get frightened when a reality TV star gets control of my country.{#Cry}

 
Star?!?
jbuhl
(Boulder,CO)
Posted: Mar 06, 2017 15:32
 

I get frightened when a reality TV star gets control of my country.{#Cry}
coloradojohn
(Mihara, nestled in a cove on the SetoNaiKai, Japan)
Posted: Feb 26, 2017 9:26
 

It came out in '80, but this didn't get much airtime here until '86...then, when "Don't Dream It's Over" was such a smash hit, there was suddenly a lot of talk about Split Enz; we didn't have time to be disappointed they were done; we embraced the whole Crowded House.
Kaisersosay
(Mighty Mighty Bostown)
Posted: Jan 26, 2017 13:25
 

If I had a time machine,,,,, this is where I would go for a few minutes..
phlattop
(in the woods of Easton, CT)
Posted: Dec 26, 2016 19:51
 

I remember how unique/fresh this sounded here in the states in 1980. Still great.
Grayson
(I have the Peachtree Battle Talbots' horcrux.)
Posted: Nov 26, 2016 6:47
 

This pop song = my 80's. Always reaching for that one perfect feeling. 
Skydog
Posted: Nov 26, 2016 6:40
 

great pop song I always liked it,
pop is a music genre too
primm
Posted: Oct 26, 2016 9:52
 

{#Cowboy} great stuff ! allways been a big fan of the enz / the enz have been sampled hundreds of times over the years / right on
WonderLizard
(2,755.46 mi. due east of Paradise)
Posted: Oct 03, 2016 14:13
 

 Sweet_Virginia wrote:
THis was their first BIG album in Australia, I remember seeing them doing this in a small country town hall (Bathurst). Before this they were a college band, after this they really hit the big time. Tim Finn was the big draw at this time and Neil was very much in the background. I hung out with Tim at a local pub afterwards for a while. The term 'on himself git' came to mind. Neil came across as a nice guy.

 
Tim's the big brother, and they, being one meself, like to be in front. IMHO, he couldn't get past the idea that his little brother, like mine, is the more musically gifted, talented. Then again, Neil never speaks ill of Tim, and the two of them have made a couple of sublime albums. My brother and I play together whenever we can to our mutual satisfaction and affection.
thecdar
Posted: Sep 27, 2016 14:38
 

I always thought this song was called "Sometimes I Get Frightened"...

Like I paid attention to anything in the 80s... 
BCarn
(British Columbia)
Posted: Aug 01, 2016 15:28
 

 Steely_D wrote:

I always felt Tim, when he joined Crowded House, was basically a latter day Yoko. The band was never the same afterward.

 
"A latter day Yoko" ...ouch! Now there's an insult.
Steely_D
(Biscayne Bay)
Posted: Jun 30, 2016 20:32
 

 Sweet_Virginia wrote:
Tim Finn was the big draw at this time and Neil was very much in the background. I hung out with Tim at a local pub afterwards for a while. The term 'on himself git' came to mind. Neil came across as a nice guy.
 
I always felt Tim, when he joined Crowded House, was basically a latter day Yoko. The band was never the same afterward.