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Crowded House

221 Together Alone by Crowded House

Together Alone

Capitol Records
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Crowded House, Youth
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Neil Finn may be known for his two hit singles with Crowded House in the 1980s, but Together Alone may be his best overall album

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To kick of our month-long visit to Australia, our first requested review for April is the 1993 album Together Alone by Crowded House. You probably know the band from their two big singles - Don‚Äôt Dream It‚Äôs Over and Something So Strong. But the band, and by the band we mean Neil Finn, have a number or strong full length albums in their history. Is it possible that Together Alone is tops them all? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Distant Sun
  • 3:47 - History of the Band
  • 10:01 - Walking on the Spot
  • 15:10 - Black and White Boy
  • 20:31 - Nails in My Feet
  • 24:48 - Private Universe
  • Outro - In My Command

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