9 thoughts on “ Hammerhead - James Reyne - The Best (CD, Album) ”

  1. Label: Virgin - ,EMI - ,Capitol Records - • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock James Reyne - The Best (, CD) | Discogs/5(7).
  2. Aug 08,  · Check out Hammerhead by James Reyne on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on ciabalphodichoki.ocunextedfirefcompventretperctentquad.co
  3. The Best. (James Reyne album) The Best is the first greatest hits album by Australian singer-songwriter, James Reyne. The album peaked at number 16 on the ARIA Charts. It includes the track " Way Out West " with James Blundell which peaked at number 2 in April Genre: Rock, Pop music.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about James Reyne - The Best at Discogs. Complete your James Reyne collection/5(8).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Best of James Reyne - James Reyne on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Best of James Reyne - James Reyne on AllMusic - Hammerhead. James Reyne. James Reyne. Amazon: 3: Rip It Up. James Reyne.
  6. "Hammerhead" is the second single from Australian rock musician James Reyne’s debut self-titled solo studio album, released in The track featured uncredited backing vocals by Olivia Newton-John.. Reyne reflected on the song saying: ""Hammerhead" was not necessarily about me, but let’s say I thought I knew what I was talking about.
  7. Year Single Chart positions Album AUS NZ; R.O.C.K. (with Lin Buckfield) 44 Fall of Rome: 5 33 James Reyne: Hammerhead: 8 Rip it Up: 34 Heaven on a Stick 59 Motor's Too Fast.
  8. What an Album!! For those of you who know - James Reyne was in a band called Aussie Crawl. His solo music is much better and look out for tracks like Hammerhead, Rip it Up, Reckless (this version is better than Aussie Crawl days..) and the best track is Always The Way - not a very well known track which makes it even better and has one of the most awesome guitar solos I have ever heard!!/5(2).
  9. Rooted in eighties rock, Aussie new wave (Split Enz a notable reference), and singer-songwriter confessionals, James Reyne bears only hints of the Crawl's breezy melodies. The album's gemstone is the 7+ minute epic, "Always The Way", in which Reyne builds from a quiet description of a broken affair to a guitar-searing solo and a mournful wail.

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