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Icehouse - Man Of Colours (1987)

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Icehouse - Man Of Colours (1987)
Pop/Rock, New Wave, Synth-pop | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 58:35 Min | 368,90 Mb
Label: Chrysalis Records Inc. (UK) | Cat.# CCD 1592 | Released: 1987-09-21

Man of Colours" is Australian rock/synthpop band Icehouse's best-selling album, which was released locally on 21 September 1987 on Regular Records / Chrysalis Records. The album peaked at #1 on the Australian album charts for 11 weeks from 5 October 1987 and has sold over 700,000 copies. "Electric Blue" was their only Australian #1 single, the release of the album and its five singles marked the zenith of Icehouse's commercial success, both locally and internationally. Several other songs from the album also charted well. It was the first Australian album to supply five top 30 hit singles "Crazy" (#4 in July), "Electric Blue" (co-written by Davies and John Oates of US band Hall & Oates) (#1, October), "My Obsession" (#12, December), "Man of Colours" (#28, February 1988) and "Nothing Too Serious" (#29, May 1988). With US chart success for "Crazy", which reached #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #10 on its Mainstream Rock chart, and "Electric Blue" (#7 Hot 100, #10 Mainstream), the album Man of Colours reached #43 on the Billboard 200.


Release of this album: 1987, September, 21 [LP Regular Records, Cat.# RML-53239, Australia]
Release of this CD: 1987 [CD Chrysalis (UK), Cat.# CCD 1592 / UPC: 5013136154429]
℗ & © 1987 Chrysalis Records Inc. for the World excluding Australia and New Zealand
Mastered by Nimbus
Made in England


Art Direction, Layout - Sue Goff
Artwork - Iva Davies, Robert Kretschmer
Backing Vocals - Icehouse
Backing Vocals [Additional] - Shena Power
Backing Vocals [Guest] - John Oates
Bass - Stephen Morgan
Brass, Keyboards, Computer - Simon Lloyd
Drums, Percussion - Paul Wheeler
Engineer - David Hemming
Engineer [Assistant] - Carrie Motzing, Greg Henderson
Guitar - Robert Kretschmer
Keyboards [Additional] - David Lord
Keyboards, Piano - Andy Qunta
Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer [Fairlight Music Computer], Oboe [Cor Anglais] - Iva Davies
Mastered By - Don Bartley
Mastered By [Assistant] - David Hemming
Mixed By - David Lord (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8 to 10), Michael H. Brauer (tracks: 2, 7, 11)
Mixed By [Assistant] - Raine Shine (tracks: 3, 5, 6, 8 to 10)
Percussion [Additional], Guitar [Additional] - Glen Tommey
Photography - Hugh Stewart
Producer - David Lord
Strings - Stuart Gordon
Written-By - Andy Qunta (tracks: 1, 11), Iva Davies, Robert Kretschmer (tracks: 1, 5 to 12)


01. Crazy (04:50)
02. Electric Blue (04:33)
03. My Obsession (04:09)
04. Man of Colours (05:11)
05. Heartbreak Kid (05:20)
06. The Kingdom (04:53)
07. Nothing Too Serious (03:28)
08. Girl in the Moon (04:02)
09. Anybody's War (04:08)
10. Sunrise (05:49)
11. Crazy (12" Mix) (07:22)
12. Crazy (Midnight Mix) (04:51)

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