NEW - 1927, ISH (Reissue) Vinyl

NEW - 1927, ISH (Reissue) Vinyl

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...ish is the debut album by Australian pop rock band 1927, released on 14 November 1988, which peaked at number one for four weeks in early 1989 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The album remained in the top 50 for 46 weeks and reached No. 2 on the 1989 ARIA Year End Albums Chart. The album was awarded 5× platinum certification – for shipment of more than 350,000 copies. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1989, 1927 won 'Breakthrough Artist - Single' for "That's When I Think of You" and 'Breakthrough Artist - Album' for ...ish.

At the 1990 ceremony the group won 'Best Video' for "Compulsory Hero", which was directed by Geoff Barter. In 1999 rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, described the album as "brimful of stirring, stately pop rock anthems". As of 2002, it was in the top 10 of the most successful debut albums by Australian artists.

 

Track listing

All tracks written by Garry Frost,[10] unless otherwise indicated.

No. Title Length

1. "To Love Me" (Eric Weideman, Garry Frost[17]) 4:21

2. "That's When I Think of You" (Weideman, G Frost[8]) 4:13

3. "If I Could" 3:40

4. "You'll Never Know" (Armondo Hurley, G Frost) 3:40

5. "Compulsory Hero" 4:34

6. "All the People" (Weideman, G Frost) 3:53

7. "Nothing in the Universe" 4:05

8. "Propaganda Machine" (E Weideman, P Frost, G Frost) 3:25

9. "Give the Kid a Break" 3:35

10. "The Mess" 2:43


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