|4||Billionaires Learn To Swing|
|6||Cry For Freedom|
|8||One Woman Man|
|9||Talking In Venice|
|10||Living In A Fishbowl|
|11||Whispers In The Dark|
|12||Pray For Rain|
|15||Fixing A Broken Heart|
|16||Rebel With A Cause|
Indecent Obsession was an Australian pop band, formed in 1987 in Brisbane.
Australian music guru Molly Meldrum signed the band to his record label Melodian. The band tasted success with the single "Say Goodbye" hitting the Australian Top 10 in August 1989. The follow-up single "Tell Me Something" landed at #17 two months later, but would be the band's last Australian Top 20 single. "Tell Me Something" was picked up by US radio in early 1990 and the song landed at #31 without the band ever setting foot in America. The Indecent Obsession album peaked at US #148 in 1990.
In Australia, the group was marketed as a teen pop act, which was an image the band members resented; they believed it negatively impacted their radio airplay and undercut their credibility as musicians.