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John Farnham - Break the Ice (unreleased album)


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I noticed the other day that a guest was checking out this original thread. It's archived now and can't be replied to, so I started a new one. 

I'd never heard of this album, set for release apparently back in the mid 80s, but never manufactured or released. The songs are all from different soundtracks and that fact leads me to think that there were too many legal hoops to jump through. 

I hunted down the track listing and luckily they're all on youtube. I've posted them all in the track listing order. It would have been a great AOR cd. One the we would all have owned and loved I believe. 

It's a shame. Although John Farnham has beyond Legend status down here, he never really cracked it Internationally. He may have broken through with this release.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Surprise the " Thunder In Your Heart " is not any of albums, best of and box set he release a couple years. It was only on this soundtrack, which not on the CD format.Some people might remember fronting Little River Band.

P.S. He just announce another comeback tour. 

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Yeah, "Thunder in Your Heart" is a Fucking corker.

Here's two great covers. Another one the "At the Movies" guys might have up their sleeve for 80s Vol II.

 

 

 

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23 hours ago, Doggy said:

Surprise the " Thunder In Your Heart " is not any of albums, best of and box set he release a couple years. It was only on this soundtrack, which not on the CD format.Some people might remember fronting Little River Band.

P.S. He just announce another farewell tour

 

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