The Final Wave Media notes. Australian Crawl. Music Australia. National Library of Australia. Archived from the original on 4 June Retrieved 29 May Archived from the original on 19 March New Wave Outpost. Archived from the original on 7 August James Reyne Official website. Archived from the original on December 14, Mid-Life Crisis 4. Shut Down 5. King Sap and Princess Sag 6. Letter From Zimbabwe 7. Downhearted 8. Live Now, Pay Later 9. Dianne Grinning Bellhops Waiting The Boys Light Up 2.
Errol 3. Indisposed 4. Looking for Cool 5. Reckless Don't Be So 6. Lakeside 7. White Limbo 8. Things Don't Seem 9. The Night Unpublished Critics. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. From their start in to their demise only five years later, Australian Crawl stood as a bizarre anomaly against the largely punk and political scene Down Under. Their combination of light, breezy tunes with significantly darker subtexts not altogether unlike Brian Wilson's best material left The Boys Light Up on the Aussie charts for no less than weeks.
However, Sons also found Reyne starting to veer off into new territory, earmarked by the cryptic "Letter from Zimbabwe. After a number one 12" EP, Semantics, the Crawl released their fourth and final studio album, Phalanx at the end of The American version of this album, released on Geffen in , bore the title Semantics, and served as more of a compilation of the Crawl's career to date.
Archived from the original on 24 January Retrieved 27 March Retrieved 10 March Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop doc. Australian Rock Database. Archived from the original on 22 October Retrieved 23 March The US and European LP included the four tracks from the EP, as well as six newly recorded versions of the songs from the band's earlier albums. The cassette includes an additional song, "Love Beats Me Up ", which was not included on the original release or the US release.
It is a re-recording of a song from the band's album, Sirocco. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australian Crawl. Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop.
Archived from the original on August 3,Apr 24, · Fans will be familiar with the 'Semantics EP' released in The single from it, "Reckless (Don't Be So)" topped the Australian chart in November Other tracks from the EP were "The Night," "White Limbo" and 'Looking For Cool." Not long after the release of the EP, Australian Crawl were signed to Geffen Records for the United States.