|3||Thank You (For Loving Me At My Worst)|
|5||Blow Up The Pokies|
|9||Mum's Going Out|
|10||Out The Back|
|11||Pigeons in the Attic Room|
|17||I Was Alive|
|18||You Sound Like Louis Burdett|
|20||Buy Now Pay Later (Charlie No.2)|
|22||Life's A Beach|
|24||Love Is Everywhere|
|25||Tangled Up in Blue|
|26||Laugh in Their Faces|
|27||Where's The Enemy|
|29||Up Against the Wall|
|31||Make the World Safe|
|32||Band on Every Corner|
|33||The Ballad of Lester Walker|
|34||Where Is She?|
The Whitlams are a rock band based in Sydney, Australia. The original band consisted of Tim Freedman, Stevie Plunder and Andy Lewis.
The Whitlams formed in 1992 in Newtown, and began their career performing acoustically on Saturday afternoons at the Sandringham Hotel in King Street, Newtown.
Although the band line-up has changed numerous times, the current group has remained unchanged since 2001, consisting of Tim Freedman on piano and vocals, Jak Housden on guitar, Warwick Hornby on bass guitar and Terepai Richmond on drums.
The Whitlams were formed in late 1992 when a former Penguin on Safari and a former Plunderer crossed paths at the annual independent music festival the Big Day Out. While missing Nirvana perform inside the arena, the two musicians lamented the local music scene and decided to form a musical alliance, and The Whitlams were born. The initial band members were Tim Freedman, Stevie Plunder and Andy Lewis. Being without a drummer, the band developed their songs acoustically on Saturday afternoons at the Sandringham Hotel in King Street, Newtown, an inner west suburb of Sydney, Australia.