1. Can't Help Myself (Original Single) 2. We Can Get Together 3. Walls 4. Icehouse 5. Love In Motion (Original Single Mix) 6. Great Southern Land 7. Hey, Little Girl 8. Street Cafe 9. Glam 10. Taking The Town 11. Don't Believe Anymore 12. Dusty Pages (Single Version) 13. No Promises 14. Baby, You're So Strange 15. Mr. Big
1. Cross The Border 2. Crazy 3. Electric Blue 4. My Obsession 5. Man Of Colours 6. Nothing Too Serious 7. Touch The Fire 8. Jimmy Dean 9. Big Fun 10. Miss Divine 11. Anything Is Possible 12. Satellite (Single Version) 13. Big Wheel 14. Invisible People 15. Love In Motion (W/ Christina Amphlett)
1. Can't Help Myself 2. We Can Get Together (Australasian Versio... 3. We Can Get Together (International Versi... 4. Walls 5. Icehouse 6. Love In Motion (Original Single Version)... 7. Great Southern Land 8. Hey, Little Girl 9. Street Caf 10. Glam 11. Taking The Town 12. Don't Believe Anymore 13. Dusty Pages 14. No Promises (International Version) 15. No Promises (Uk Version) 16. Baby, You're So Strange 17. Mr Big 18. Cross The Border 19. Crazy (Australasian Version) 20. Crazy ((International Version) 21. Electric Blue 22. My Obsession 23. Man Of Colours 24. Nothing Too Serious 25. Touch The Fire 26. Big Fun 27. Miss Divine 28. Anything Is Possible 29. Satellite 30. Big Wheel 31. Invisible People 32. Love In Motion (W/ Christina Amphlett) 33. Sister (From Countdown )
Photographer: Tony Mott.
Taking full advantage of their current renaissance, recently reunited Australian synth pop pioneers Icehouse follow up their string of well-received festival appearances and remastered reissues with this extensive retrospective, White Heat: 30 Hits. While not as comprehensive as 1995's three-disc The Singles, it still contains pretty much everything any casual fan needs to know, with nearly all of their official single releases included, from their debut chart hit "Can't Help Myself" to their European breakthrough "Hey, Little Girl" to their John Oates-penned U.S. smash "Electric Blue." With the exception of 1995 covers album The Berlin Tapes, all nine of their studio albums are represented here, from 1980's self-titled first offering (originally released under the guise of Flowers) to 1986's Brian Eno-featuring Measure for Measure ("No Promises") to their sole chart-topper Man of Colours ("Electric Blue") to 1993's Big Wheel (swan song release "Invisible People"). There are a few curiosities along the way, with instrumental "Glam" replacing "Uniform" as the fourth contribution from 1982's Primitive Man (virtually a solo project from frontman Iva Davies), while 1981 single "Love in Motion," the first track recorded under the Icehouse name, appears here twice, in both its original form and as a duet with the Divinyls' Christina Amphlett (from the 1992 hits collection Masterfile). But with an an all-encompassing track list, handily compiled in chronological order, it's still the most essential beginner's guide to one of Sydney's biggest homegrown '80s acts. ~ Jon O'Brien
A must have for all icehouse fans. I guarantee you will love this one. Easy to listen to. Beautiful to listen to. This was really enjoyable and i am glad i spent the money. Great Tunes to listen to. I really enjoyed this album from front to back. It really has a great feel to it and extremely rhythmatic. i appreciate the lyrics as well as the instruments that compose each song and most importantly, I appreciate in great length the voice behind it all. All components mesh quite well in every song. Loved every bit of it.
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