A party of one, Karl Wallinger, who stepped from the shadows of the Waterboys to become a minor sensation with songs like "Ship of Fools" and "Way Down Now." I'd pigeonholed him as a paisley cynic with Private Revolution, but that pigeon flew the coop with the smart songbook Goodbye Jumbo. His music is a mix of folk and alternative pop, not unlike The Wallflowers or Michael Penn I suppose.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1987 February||Ship of Fools|
|1987 March||PRIVATE REVOLUTION|
|1987||All Come True|
|1990 April||GOODBYE JUMBO|
|1990 June||Message In The Box|
|1990||Way Down Now|
|1991||Thank You World|
|1993 April 20||BANG!|
|1993 April||Is It Like Today?|
|1993||Give It All Away|
|1993 October||All I Gave|
|1997||It Is Time|
|1997||Call Me Up|
|1997 June||Beautiful Dream|
|1997||She's The One|
|1997||A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE WORLD PARTY (EP)|
|2000 October 31||DUMBING UP|
|2000||Here Comes The Future|
|2006||Best Place I've Ever Been|
THE WATERBOYS discography
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