Producer – Geoff Emerick (tracks: A1 to A3, A5), Phil Manzanera (tracks: A4, B1 to B4), Split Enz (tracks: A1 to A3, A5)
Written-By – Rayner (tracks: A1, A4), Judd (tracks: A4, B1 to B4), Gillies (tracks: A3), Finn (tracks: A1 to A5, B2, B4)
Not to be confused with the Australian/NZ album "The Beginning Of The Enz" which consists of songs recorded in 1973 and 1974, and has an entirely different cover. "Beginning Of The Enz" was released by Chrysalis Records in late 1980, after "True Colours" had been issued in Europe. This album consists of tracks from the UK "Mental Notes" on side two and tracks from "Dizrythmia" on side one, plus the first appearance on LP of the single track "Another Great Divide".
Blue/white graduated labels stating:- Made in the UK. Glossy sleeve.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Designed At – Mike Mann Studio
Frenzy is a 1979 album by New Zealand new wave band Split Enz. The album, like much of the band's work, featured mainly Tim Finn compositions. Frenzy ventured even further beyond the band's art rock roots to more of a pop sound. The album is notable for being the first to feature Neil Finn on lead vocals though the lyrics to Give It a Whirl and both music & lyrics to Master Plan were written by his brother Tim. The Beginning of the Enz is a 1979 release from New Zealand rock group Split Enz. The album is a collection of songs from the early days of the band. Several of these songs, such as 129, Lovey Dovey and Spellbound were later re-recorded and included on albums such as Mental Notes and Second Thoughts. The album reached 35 in New Zealand, but did not chart in Australia. Spellbound, very often subtitled on the cover as The Very Best Of Split Enz, is a 1997 compilation album by New Zealand rock band Split Enz. Apparently intended to be the final word on Split Enz compilations, it is the band's most comprehensive career survey. Featured amongst the album's 39 tracks are all the hits, live favourites, choice album tracks and a few rarities, all selected by members of the band. Mental Notes is the 1975 debut album by New Zealand art rock band Split Enz. The album cover was painted by band member Phil Judd. Original vinyl copies featured Judd saying Make a mental note in the runout groove of the record's second side, causing the phrase to be looped ad infinitum on manual turntables until the stylus is removed. Chunn later complained about the totally unsympathetic treatment we'd had when we were recording in Australia. The engineer in Sydney thought we couldn't tune our. Songs in album Split Enz - The Beginning Of The Enz 1979. Split Enz - Split Ends. Split Enz - For You. Split Enz - 129. Split Enz - Home Sweet Home. Split Enz - Sweet Talking Spoon Song. Split Enz - No Bother To Me. Split Enz - Malmsbury Villa. Split Enz - Lovey Dovey. Split Enz - Spellbound. Band Name Split Enz. Album Name The Beginning Of The Enz. Type Compilation. Released date November 1979. Labels Warner Music Group Mushroom Records Festival Records. Music StyleNew-Wave. Members owning this album0. Split Ends. For You. The best album by Split Enz is True Colours which is ranked number 3638 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 388. Split Enz album bestography. Higher ranked 75,174th This album 97,558th Lower ranked 100,674th Second ThoughtsThe Beginning Of The EnzSee Ya 'Round. Upcoming concerts. Listen free to Split Enz The Beginning Of The Enz Split Ends, For You and more. 9 tracks 28:56. Not the most representative picture of the band, but an interesting one. Track Listing. Split Enz - Spellbound Tim Finn Vocals
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