Icehouse Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Icehouse Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Hey Little Girl
2 Where The River Meets The Sea
3 Over The Line
4 Great Southern Land
5 Angel Street
6 No Promises
7 Street Cafe (Smash 'n' Grab Remix)
8 Street Cafe
9 Man Of Colours
10 Electric Blue
11 Can’t Help Myself
12 We Can Get Together
13 Wind And Sail
14 Jericho Bay
15 Loving the Alien
16 Exodus Great Southern Land
17 Uniform
18 Can't Help Myself
19 Anything is Possible
20 Sister Europe
21 Regular Boys
22 Electric Blue (Skipraiders Remix)
23 Skin
24 Miracle Mile
25 Heaven
26 The Kingdom
27 Boulevarde
28 Knockin' 'Em Down
29 Complicated Game
30 Break These Chains
31 Touch The Fire
32 One By One
33 Nothing To Do
34 Miss Divine
35 All the Way
36 Walls
37 Taking The Town
38 Into The Wild
39 Big Fun
40 All Tomorrow's Parties
41 Don't Believe Anymore
42 Fatman
43 Not My Kind
44 Crazy (Midnight Mix)
45 The Great Divide
46 Let There Be Love
47 Disappointed
48 Dusty Pages
49 Mr. Big
50 Goodnight Mr. Matthews
51 Habour Town
52 At Night
53 Jimmy Dean
54 Sister
55 Glam
56 Mysterious Thing
57 Mercy on the Boy
58 Love Like Blood
59 Love In Motion
60 Paradise
61 Baby, You're So Strange
62 The Mountain
63 Heroes
64 Anybody's War
65 Berlin
66 Too Late Now
67 On My Mind
68 Buffalo Soldier Street Cafe
69 The Flame
70 Heartbreak Kid
71 Really Good Time
72 Lucky Me
73 Last Cut
74 The Israelites We Can Get Together
75 Crazy
76 Icehouse
77 Spanish Gold
78 Cross The Border
79 Someone Like You
80 Electric Blue Could You Be Loved
81 My Obsession
82 Girl In The Moon
83 Sons
84 Crazy (12" Version)
85 Stay Close Tonight
86 Hey, Little Girl You Don’t Love Me (No,No,No)
87 Nothing Too Serious
88 This Time
89 Kingdom
90 Sidewalk
91 Walk On The Wild Side Heartbreak Kid
92 Sunrise
93 Trojan Blue
94 Charlie's Sky
95 Shot Down

Icehouse Bio

Icehouse is an Australian rock band, formed as Flowers in 1977 in Sydney. Initially known in Australia for their pub rock style, they later achieved mainstream success playing new wave and synthpop style music and attained Top Ten singles chart success in both Europe and the U.S. The mainstay of both Flowers and Icehouse has been Iva Davies (singer-songwriter, record producer, guitar, bass, keyboards, oboe) supplying additional musicians as required. The name Icehouse, which was adopted in 1981, comes from an old, cold flat Davies lived in and the strange building across the road populated by itinerant people.

Davies and Icehouse extended the use of synthesizers particularly the Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 ("Love in Motion", 1981), Linn drum machine ("Hey Little Girl", 1982) and Fairlight CMI (Razorback trailer, 1983) in Australian popular music. Their best known singles on the Australian charts were "Great Southern Land", "Hey Little Girl", "Crazy", "Electric Blue" and "My Obsession"; with Top Five albums being Icehouse (1980, as Flowers), Primitive Man (1982) and Man of Colours (1987).

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icehouse_(band)