Divinyls - Divinyls album
Divinyls /dɪˈvaɪnəlz/ were an Australian rock band that was formed in Sydney in 1980. The band primarily consisted of vocalist Chrissy Amphlett and guitarist Mark McEntee. Amphlett garnered widespread attention for performing on stage in a school uniform and fishnet stockings, and often used an illuminated neon tube as a prop for displaying aggression towards both band members and the audience
Underworld is the fifth studio album by Australian band Divinyls, released in 1996 by BMG Records. It was the band's first studio album release in five years and the final release with original lead singer Chrissy Amphlett. The lead single "I'm Jealous" had been successful when released in 1995, however this did not have an effect on the album as Underworld was supposed to be released in the 3rd quarter of 1995, but the album was delayed repeatedly due to production problems
Yet what remains interesting about Divinyls' eponymous breakthrough album is how their fusion of classic rock and new wave still holds up in the 21st century. In the opening Make Out Alright, Amphlett’s songwriting partner and lead guitarist, Mark McEntee, plays a Beatlesque Taxman riff alongside a raunchy-sounding Hammond organ. Over this, Amphlett croons like The Bangles' Susanna Hoffs fronting a '70s version of The Rolling Stones
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Divinyls were a rock group formed in 1980 in Sydney, Australia. The band had several lineup changes, retaining only central members Chrissy Amphlett (vocals) and Mark McEntee (guitar) throughout the band's entire run. The band released five albums - "Desperate" (1983), "What a Life" (1985), "Temperamental" (1988), "Divinyls" (1991), and "Underworld" (1996) - before disbanding in 1996. The band reunited in 2006 and toured sporadically until disbanding once more in 2009
Music From Monkey Grip by Divinyls. Divinyls Live by Divinyls. Desperate by Divinyls. What A Life! by Divinyls. Underworld by Divinyls. Temperamental by Divinyls. View all albums . Divinyls.
Divinyls (stylised as diVINYLS) is the fourth studio album by Australian band Divinyls, released on 29 January 1990 by Virgin Records. Temperamental is the third album by Australian band Divinyls, released in 1988 by Chrysalis Records. Three singles were lifted from the album – "Back to the Wall"/"Fighting", their cover of Syndicate of Sound's "Hey Little Boy"/"Para Dice" an. mage: Divinyls Tempermental.
|A1||Make Out Alright|
|A2||I Touch Myself|
|A3||Lay Your Body Down|
|A5||Bless My Soul (It's Rock-N-Roll)|
|B1||If Love Was A Gun|
|B2||Need A Lover|
|B6||I'm On Your Side|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 012981 303020
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
|VUSLP 30||Divinyls||Divinyls (LP, Album)||Virgin||VUSLP 30||Australia||1991|
|PRCD VINYL||Divinyls||Divinyls (CD, Album, Promo)||Virgin Records America, Inc.||PRCD VINYL||US||1990|
|CDVUS30LE||Divinyls||Divinyls (CD, Album)||Virgin Records America, Inc.||CDVUS30LE||Australasia||1990|
|2-91397||Divinyls||Divinyls (CD, Album)||Virgin||2-91397||US||1990|
|4-91397, 91397-4||Divinyls||Divinyls (Cass, Album, AR,)||Virgin, Virgin||4-91397, 91397-4||US||1990|