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Crowded House discography

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Crowded House discography

This is a discography for the rock band Crowded House.


This discography relates to releases by Crowded House only. See Neil Finn's discography, Tim Finn's discography, Split Enz discography and The Finn Brothers' discography for other related works.


  • A ^ "World Where You Live" was released in the Netherlands and US after "Don't Dream It's Over" in 1987. "Now We're Getting Somewhere" was released in New Zealand after "Don't Dream It's Over" and "Something So Strong" in 1987.
  • B ^ "Never Be the Same" charted on US Mainstream Rock Tracks due to radio airplay; it was not released as a proper single in the US.
  • C ^ "Fall at Your Feet" re-entered the UK Singles Chart on 10 May 2008 due to download sales of the track after it was covered by Per Diem on Britain's Got Talent.
  • Other contributions

  • The Acoustic Album (2006, Virgin) – "Weather with You"
  • VHS and DVD releases

  • Spring Break '87 – Concert in Daytona (1987)
  • I Like to Watch (1992)
  • Nails in My Feet video single (1994)
  • Farewell to the World VHS (1997)
  • Dreaming: The Videos (2003)
  • Farewell to the World ten-year anniversary DVD reissue (2006)
  • Great Australian Albums: Crowded House – Woodface (2007)
  • Crowded House song covers

  • In 1991, Antonello Venditti re-arranged the song "Don't Dream It's Over", writing new lyrics instead of translating the original song, and naming it "Alta Marea", on the album Benvenuti in Paradiso.
  • In 1991, British performer Paul Young covered "Don't Dream It's Over" as a duet with Paul Carrack.
  • In 1996, Belinda Carlisle covered "She Goes On" as "He Goes On" on her album A Woman and a Man.
  • In 1997, British punk band China Drum covered "Fall at Your Feet" on their album Fiction of Life 2.
  • In 1999, Australian Aboriginal singer Jimmy Little recorded a cover version of "Into Temptation" for a rock-indie covers album entitled Messenger.
  • In 2000, Nuevo Flamenco musician Jesse Cook closed the album Free Fall with a cover of "Fall at Your Feet".
  • In 2000, Belgian band Clouseau released a single of their cover of "Weather with You".
  • In 2002, Sixpence None the Richer covered "Don't Dream It's Over" for their 2002 album Divine Discontent.
  • In 2004, Busted performed a cover version of "Fall at Your Feet" as a B-side to the single "Who's David?"
  • In 2005, She Will Have Her Way, a cover album by a variety of female artists, was released featuring versions of Neil and Tim Finn songs from Crowded House, Split Enz, and the brothers' solo careers. A limited edition has a second disc which contains the original versions of the tracks. The Crowded House tracks included are:
  • "Better Be Home Soon" by Kasey Chambers
  • "Distant Sun" by Brooke Fraser
  • "Don't Dream It's Over" by Sarah Blasko
  • "Fall at Your Feet" by Clare Bowditch
  • "Four Seasons" by New Buffalo (originally "Four Seasons in One Day")
  • "Into Temptation" by Renée Geyer
  • "Not the Girl You Think You Are" by Holly Throsby
  • "Pineapple Head" by Natalie Imbruglia
  • In 2005, James Blunt performed a cover version of "Fall at Your Feet" as a B-side to the single "You're Beautiful".
  • In 2005, Howie Day performed a cover of "Don't Dream It's Over" for his live album Live From....
  • In 2005, Patrizio Buanne covered the song "Alta Marea" by Antonello Venditti, which is a re-arrangement of the song "Don't Dream It's Over" with different lyrics, for his debut album The Italian.
  • In 2005, Roma Waterman covered "Fall at Your Feet" on her album No Ordinary Life.
  • In 2006, Jimmy Buffett covered "Weather with You" for his album, Take the Weather with You.
  • In 2006, Teddy Thompson covered "Don't Dream it's Over" for the compilation album, Q Covered: The Eighties.
  • In 2008, Melbourne band The Resignators covered "Now We're Getting Somewhere" on their album Time Decays.
  • Covers performed by Crowded House

    Crowded House themselves frequently perform a version of the Hunters and Collectors' "Throw Your Arms Around Me" and Paul Kelly's "Leaps and Bounds" during their live sets (including at the ARIA Music Awards of 1997 ceremony, inducting Kelly into the Hall of Fame). Their version of The Zombies' "She's Not There" was used on the soundtrack of The Crossing, a 1990 film starring Russell Crowe. In addition to these, the group often would perform The Beatles' "Rocky Raccoon", among many other Beatles songs. The group would also often perform Irish folk traditional piece "The Parting Glass". As the group rose from the ashes of Split Enz, they often performed various Split Enz songs, in particular "This Is Massive" because it was written by Paul Hester for Split Enz's last album, the only studio album he performed on.


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