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James Reyne Self-Titled Debut To Be Reissued In January

by Paul Cashmere on December 15, 2016

in News

James Reyne’s debut studio album will be re-released on vinyl in January marking the 30th anniversary of the year it was released.

The original album, released in September 1987, was initially released on vinyl. At the time CD was the auxiliary format, still making its mark on the music world, but albums on cassette were still rivalling vinyl sales.

The ‘James Reyne’ album reached no 4 in Australia and delivered the two top 10 hits ‘Fall Of Rome’ and ‘Hammerhead’, the latter featuring Olivia Newton-John on backing vocals.

James Reyne tracklisting

SIDE A

Track 1 – Fall Of Rome
Track 2 – Hammerhead On A Stick
Track 3 – Mr Sandman
Track 4 – Counting On Me
Track 5 – Always The Way

SIDE B

Track 1 – Land Of Hope And Glory
Track 2 – Motor’s Too Fast
Track 3 – Heaven On A Stick
Track 4 – Rip It Up
Track 5 – Burning Wood
Track 6 – The Traveller

James Reyne dates

April 28, Melbourne, Memo Music Hall
May 5, Sydney, The Basement

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