Icehouse Discography

An Australian new wave band that began as Flowers before taking their name from the song "Icehouse." Their first record was solid synth rock in the vein of David Bowie, Gary Numan and Ultravox. The urbane Primitive Man invited comparison to Roxy Music, and stands as perhaps Icehouse's best record. They slipped on Sidewalk, regaining their balance on Measure For Measure and Man of Colours. The discography below is still a work in progress, which I'll try to flesh out in the coming weeks. (Of course, it's been weeks and I still haven't done it. Fortunately, there's an awesome discography on the official Icehouse/Iva Davies site at www.icehouse-iva.com.)

Date ALBUMS / Singles
1980 ICEHOUSE/FLOWERS
1981 June We Can Get Together
1981 October ICEHOUSE
1981 October Can't Help Myself
1982 Icehouse
1982 October PRIMITIVE MAN (in UK: LOVE IN MOTION)
1982 Love In Motion
1982 Uniform
1982/3 Great Southern Land
1983 February Hey Little Girl
1983 Street Cafe
1983 August FRESCO (EP)
1984 April SIDEWALK
1984 Taking The Town
1984 Don't Believe Anymore
1984 Dusty Pages
1985 No Promises
1986 MEASURE FOR MEASURE
1986 Mr. Big
1986 Baby, You're So Strange
1986 Paradise
1986 Cross The Border
1987 July? MAN OF COLOURS
1987 October Crazy
1988 February Electric Blue
1988 Man of Colours
1988 Nothing Too Serious
1988 June My Obsession
1989 GREAT SOUTHERN LAND
1989 Touch The Fire
1989 Jimmy Dean
1990 Big Fun
1990 CODE BLUE
1990 Miss Divine
1990 Anything Is Possible
1993 BIG WHEEL
1993 Big Wheel
1995 BERLIN TAPES
2002 October 21 MELTDOWN
2003 June 16 Lay Your Hands On Me
2004 May Street Cafe 2004

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