James Reyne's self-titled studio album was released in September 1987 and was the singer's first solo venture since the break-up of the band Australian Crawl in 1986. The album saw six singles released in Australia the first being, "Fall of Rome", "Hammerhead", "Rip it Up", "Heaven on a Stick", "Motor's Too Fast" and "Always The Way". The album is due to be re-released on vinyl in January 2017 to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
The Anthology (James Reyne album). The Anthology is a double CD greatest hits album of by Australian singer songwriter James Reyne. The album includes tracks from the last three decades. Reyne said "I've been working as a singer, musician and songwriter for a while now, and feel that it may only be that I've started to grasp how it all works relatively recently. I know I'm a better craftsman now than I was, so welcomed the idea of this ive of my solo stuff.
James Michael Nugent Reyne OAM (born 19 May 1957) is an Australian rock musician and singer/songwriter both in solo work and, until 1986, with the band Australian Crawl. Reyne was born in Lagos, Nigeria. His father Rodney Michael Reyne was an English-born former Royal Marine, who served as aide-de-camp to Governor of the state of Victoria, Sir Dallas Brooks, and subsequently worked for British Petroleum. His paternal grandfather, Cecil Nugent Reyne, was an English rear admiral.
James Reyne's self-titled studio album was released in 1987 and was the singer's first solo venture since the break-up of the band Australian Crawl in 1986. CD/ Vinyl (CDP 746941 2). "Fall of Rome" (Reyne). Hammerhead" (Reyne, Hussey). Mr. Sandman" (Reyne, Hussey). Counting on Me" (Reyne, Sigerson). Always The Way" (Reyne, Hussey). Land of Hope And Glory" (Reyne). Heaven on a Stick" (Reyne, Hussey).
On the album, Reyne rips into several of his pet hates and finds plenty going askew with the Australian character; showing contempt for celebrity culture, men who are'chasing th. mage: Every Man a King by James Reyne. Ghost Ships is the ninth solo studio album by Australian singer-songwriter James Reyne released on 29 September 2007. The album is an acoustic recording of songs from his solo career and Australian Crawl and Company of Strangers songs released on 16 March 2012. Reyne co-wrote tracks with producer Scott Kingman and Tim Henwood. The album covers a range of musical styles. Reyne toured th. mage: Thirteen by James Reyne album. Live in Rio (James Reyne album).
Thirteen is the thirteenth solo album by Australian singer/songwriter James Reyne. 11 studio albums and 2 live albums). released on 16 March 2012. Reyne co-wrote tracks with producer Scott Kingman and Tim Henwood (from The Androids).
Mirror don't lie, mirror don't lie"). 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.
Davitt Sigerson, James Reyne, John Hudson, Simon Hussey, Tony Joe White. James Reyne albums chronology. Electric Digger Dandy. The Best is the first greatest hits album by Australian singer-songwriter, James Reyne. The album peaked at number 16 on the ARIA Charts Contents.