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Performer: Divinyls
Title: Divinyls
Country: Australia
Released: 1990
Style: Pop Rock
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AA MP4 AAC WMA DMF WAV VOC
FLAC size: 1227 mb | MP3 size: 1723 mb | WMA size: 1831 mb
Genre: Rock

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

Divinyls (stylised as diVINYLS) is the fourth studio album by Australian band Divinyls, released on 29 January 1991 by Virgin Records. The album was the band's most successful, peaking at number 5 in Australia and number 15 on the US Billboard 200. It also contains the band's biggest-selling single, "I Touch Myself", which reached number one in Australia, number 4 in the US and number 10 in the UK.

Desperate is the debut studio album and second overall album by Australian rock band Divinyls, released in 1983 by Chrysalis Records. The album contains the hits "Boys in Town", "Science Fiction" and "Siren (Never Let You Go)". Divinyls formed in 1980, founded by Mark McEntee and fronted by lead singer Chrissy Amphlett. After scoring several gigs, they were discovered by Australian director Ken Cameron. This led to Divinyls providing the entire soundtrack for his film Monkey Grip (1982)

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

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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In 1991, Australia's Divinyls generated some controversy in the . when lead singer Chrissie Amphlett sang about female masturbation on "I Touch Myself. Far from explicit, the PG-rated hit shouldn't have come as such a shock to American ears. At any rate, this self-titled CD offers exactly what one generally expects from the Divinyls: rockin' intensity combined with new wave-ish quirks and a strong melodic sense. Though not mind-blowing, it's respectable and generally appealing.

Erscheinungsdatum 29 Januar 1991. Labels Virgin Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Make Out Alright
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion – Charley DraytonGuitar, Backing Vocals – Mark McEnteeOrgan [Hammond] – Benmont TenchVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*, Watson*
A2 I Touch Myself
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion – Charley DraytonGuitar – Mark McEnteeOrgan [Hammond] – Benmont TenchVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Steinberg*, Amphlett*, McEntee*, Kelly*
A3 Lay Your Body Down
Arranged By [Additional Arrangement] – Charley Drayton, Randy Jackson Bass – Randy Jackson Drums – Charley DraytonDrums [Additional] – Scott CragoGuitar – Mark McEnteePercussion [Dunback, Moroccan Tambourine] – Brian MacLeodVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*
A4 Love School
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Van Dyke ParksBass – Randy Jackson Drums, Tambourine – Charley DraytonGuitar – Mark McEnteeVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*
A5 Bless My Soul (It's Rock-N-Roll)
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums – Charley DraytonGuitar – Mark McEnteeVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*
B1 If Love Was A Gun
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion, Harmonica – Charley DraytonGuitar – Mark McEnteePiano, Organ [Hammond] – Benmont TenchVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*
B2 Need A Lover
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion – Charley DraytonGuitar, Backing Vocals – Mark McEnteeOrgan [Hammond] – Benmont TenchVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*
B3 Follow Through
Arranged By [Additional Arrangement] – Charley Drayton, Randy Jackson Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion, Guitar [Wah-tar] – Charley DraytonGuitar, Backing Vocals – Mark McEnteeVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, McEntee*
B4 Cafe Interlude
Recorded By – Jean LeRoc
B5 Bullet
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion – Charley DraytonGuitar – Mark McEnteeOrgan [Hammond] – Benmont TenchVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Amphlett*, Malloy*, McEntee*
B6 I'm On Your Side
Bass – Randy Jackson Drums, Percussion – Charley DraytonGuitar – Mark McEnteeOrgan [Hammond] – Benmont TenchVocals – Christina AmphlettWritten-By – Steinberg*, Kelly*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – WEA
  • Manufactured By – Columbia House
  • Manufactured By – WEA
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records America, Inc.
  • Made By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Duplicated By – Specialty Records Corporation

Credits

  • A&R [Direction] – Mark Williams
  • Art Direction – Melanie Nissen
  • Design – Inge Schaap
  • Engineer – Robert Salcedo*
  • Management – Burt Stein, Freddy DeMann
  • Mastered By – Doug Sax
  • Mixed By – Rob Jacobs
  • Mixed By [Assisted By] – Robert Salcedo*, Brian Scheuble
  • Other [Hair] – Katharina Ehrhardt
  • Other [Make-up] – Jeffrey Beaton
  • Other [Production Manager] – Debbie Gould
  • Other [Styling] – Kelly Kutsugeras
  • Photography By [Back Cover, Additional] – Melanie Nissen
  • Photography By [Front Cover] – Melanie Nissen, Torkil Gudnason
  • Producer – David Tickle, Divinyls
  • Recorded By – David Tickle
  • Recorded By [Additional Recording By] – Rob Jacobs
  • Technician [Drums By] – Drum Doctor*

Notes

Columbia House Club Edition release with "CRC" on spine and "Manufactured by Columbia House under license." on B-side.

First catalog number on spine, second catalog number on cassette.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
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