Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Spellbound: the Very Best of Split Enz
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
Ori Release 97. 06 Limited edition digitally remastered to coincide with their reunion tour of Australia and New Zealand. Features 39 of their best tracks, plus a version of Stuff And Nonsense thats been completely remixe... more »
Ori Release 97. 06 Limited edition digitally remastered to coincide with their reunion tour of Australia and New Zealand. Features 39 of their best tracks, plus a version of Stuff And Nonsense thats been completely remixed for this compilation!
Best Enz compilation out there I must say
DonkeyKongFan91 | Perth, Australia | 01/17/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Spellbound was my first Split Enz album and it's great!
Tracks from Each album:
Beginning Of The Enz: 1- Matinee Idyll (129) (incorrectly printed in liners as the 1976 Second Thoughts version)
Mental Notes: 2- Maybe and Mental Notes
Second Thoughts: 3- Late Last Night, Titus and Sweet Dreams
Dizrythmia: 4- Bold As Brass, My Mistake, Sugar And Spice and Without A Doubt
Frenzy: 3- I See Red, Give It A Whirl and Stuff and Nonsense (S & N has been remixed for this compilation, with great results)
True Colours: 6- I Got You, I Hope I Never, Nobody Takes Me Seriously, What's The Matter With You, Poor Boy and Shark Attack
Waiata/Corroboree: 2- One Step Ahead and History Never Repeats
Time & Tide 6- Dirty Creature, Pioneer, Six Months In A Leaky Boat, Take A Walk, Haul Away and Make Sense Of It
Conflicting Emotions: 3- Message To My Girl, Strait Old Line and The Devil You Know
See Ya' Round: 4- I Walk Away, Voices, Doctor Love and Years Go By
Anniversary (now Extravagenza): 2- Charlie and Time For A Change
Not on albums: Another Great Divide (single, 1977), Semi-Detached, Hermit McDermitt (both Luton recordings, 1978)
While unbalanced in terms of song selection, there's nothing better than Spellbound to get into the Enz, or maybe just buy Mental Notes and Frenzy."