COOL WORLD (1996)

Cool World Cover

Tracks

Disc 1:

  1. Deep Water (5:26) - Richard Clapton
  2. Boys! (What Did The Detective Say?) (2:28) - Sports
  3. So Young (3:35) - Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons
  4. Beautiful People (2:54) - Australian Crawl
  5. The Nips Are Getting Bigger (3:22) - Mental As Anything
  6. Can't Help Myself (3:40) - Flowers
  7. Stay Young (3:25) - INXS
  8. The Unguarded Moment (4:14) - The Church
  9. They Won't Let My Girl Friend Talk To Me (3:14) - Jimmy & The Boys
  10. Quasimodo's Dream (4:09) - The Reels
  11. No Secrets (4:18) - The Angels
  12. Happy Man (3:02) - The Sunnyboys
  13. Smith & Wesson Blues (3:05) - Radio Birdman
  14. Know Your Product (3:14) - The Saints
  15. Who Can It Be Now? (3:21) - Men At Work
  16. Cool World (3:35) - Mondo Rock
  17. Never Gonna Die (4:02) - Choirboys
  18. Breakfast At Sweethearts (4:09) - Cold Chisel
  19. I Hear Motion (4:24) - Models
  20. Great Southern Land (5:07) - Icehouse

Disc 2:

  1. Boys In Town (2:52) - Divinyls
  2. Solid Rock (4:32) - Goanna
  3. Rain (3:40) - Dragon
  4. Six Months In A Leaky Boat (3:14) - Split Enz
  5. Gimme Some Lovin' (2:44) - GANGgajang
  6. Throw Your Arms Around Me (3:53) - Hunters & Collectors
  7. Cattle And Cane (4:00) - The Go Betweens
  8. No Say In It (3:17) - Machinations
  9. Big Girls (3:11) - Electric Pandas
  10. Send Me An Angel (3:54) - Real Life
  11. We Will Together (4:34) - Eurogliders
  12. Girl On The Wall (3:12) - Jane Clifton
  13. No Lies (3:54) - Noiseworks
  14. Great Wall (3:52) - Boom Crash Opera
  15. Man Overboard (4:08) - Do Re Mi
  16. Wide Open Road (4:06) - The Triffids
  17. I Want You Back (3:10) - Hoodoo Gurus
  18. Weirdo Libido (3:38) - The Lime Spiders
  19. Sad Girl (3:22) - The Stems
  20. Daughters Of Glory (4:06) - Black Sorrows
  21. Before Too Long (3:22) - Paul Kelley & The Coulored Girls

Releases

Notes

"41 Essential Australian Rock Singles 1976 - 1986."
Includes a 20-page booklet with this write-up on The Church:

The "dense, shimmering, exquisite guitar pop" which an (sic) Los Angeles Times reviewer raved over in 1988 began here, in 1981 with ethereal, haunting Unguarded Moment. "From the earliest records" Dino Scatena has written, "the band's sound and aura has been moulded around Steve Kilbey's mystical images and semi-detached vocal delivery, layered on top of Marty Willson-Piper's passionate, intricate riffery. The result is always uniquely Church, no matter how they twist and contort the boundaries." Since this auspicious start, The Church has become one of Australian Music's most respected and admired exports, with a gold U.S. album award for Starfish and a top thirty Billboard hit with Under The Milky Way.