Complete List Of Split Enz Albums And Discography

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This Complete List Of Split Enz Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Split Enz studio albums. The band Split Enz was first formed in the early 1970s. The group hails from the city of Auckland, New Zealand. This complete Split Enz discography also includes every single Split Enz live album. All these spectacular albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Split Enz album as well as all original album covers. Every Split Enz album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.


Mental Notes

Released 1975

CD Track Listings:

1. Walking Down a Road (5:22)
2. Under the Wheel (7:48)
3. Amy Darling (5:15)
4. So Long for Now (3:18)
5. Stranger Than Fiction (6:57)
6. Time for a Change (3:46)
7. Maybe (2:57)
8. Titus (3:02)
9. Spellbound (4:59)
10. Mental Notes (0:33)

Second Thoughts

Released 1976

CD Track Listings:

1. Late Last Night (4:04)
2. Walking Down a Road (5:28)
3. Titus (3:16)
4. Lovey Dovey (3:08)
5. Sweet Dreams (5:07)
6. Stranger Than Fiction (7:06)
7. Time for a Change (4:06)
8. Matinee Idyll (129) (2:57)
9.The Woman Who Loves You (6:55)


Released 1977

CD Track Listings:

1. Bold as Brass (3:31)
2. My Mistake (3:02)
3. Parrot Fashion Love (3:55)
4. Sugar and Spice (3:48)
5. Without a Doubt (6:08)
6. Crosswords (3:27)
7. Charlie (5:32)
8. Nice to Know (4:25)
9. Jamboree (6:35)


Released 1979

CD Track Listings:

1. I See Red (3:15) *
2. Give It a Whirl (2:49)
3. Master Plan (3:07)
4. Famous People (2:51)
5. Hermit McDermitt (4:07)
6. Stuff and Nonsense (4:22)
7. Marooned (2:50)
8. Frenzy (2:55)
9. The Roughest Toughest Game in the World (3:34)
10. She Got Body She Got Soul (2:53)
11. Betty (4:39)
12. Abu Dhabi (4:27)
13. Mind over Matter (2:57)
14. Semi Detached (5:05)
15. Carried Away (4:34)
16. Horse to Water (3:06)

True Colours

Released 1980

CD Track Listings:

1. Shark Attack (2:57)
2. I Got You (3:27)
3. What’s the Matter with You (3:06)
4. Double Happy (3:25)
5. I Wouldn’t Dream of It (3:19)
6. I Hope I Never (4:32)
7. Nobody Takes Me Seriously (3:28)
8. Missing Person (3:36)
9. Poor Boy (3:25)
10. How Can I Resist Her (3:30)
11. The Choral Sea (4:40)
12. Things
13. Two of a Kind


Released 1981

CD Track Listings:

1. Hard Act to Follow (3:17)
2. One Step Ahead (2:52)
3. I Don’t Wanna Dance (3:31)
4. Iris (2:50)
5. Wail (2:49)
6. Clumsy (3:29)
7. History Never Repeats (3:00)
8. Walking Through the Ruins (4:15)
9. Ships (3:01)
10. Ghost Girl (4:26)
11. Albert of India (4:03)

Time and Tide

Released 1982

CD Track Listings:

1. Dirty Creature (4:03)
2. Giant Heartbeat (3:57)
3. Hello Sandy Allen (3:51)
4. Never Ceases to Amaze Me (3:04)
5. Lost for Words (3:01)
6. Small World (3:36)
7. Take a Walk (3:35)
8. Pioneer (1:31)
9. Six Months in a Leaky Boat (4:21)
10. Haul Away (2:27)
11. Log Cabin Fever (4:35)
12. Make Sense of It (3:34)

Conflicting Emotions

Released 1983

CD Track Listings:

1. Strait Old Line (4:00)
2. Bullet Brain and Cactus Head (3:55)
3. Message to My Girl (4:02)
4. Working Up an Appetite (4:05)
5. Our Day (4:54)
6. No Mischief (4:14)
7. The Devil You Know (3:34)
8. I Wake Up Every Night (4:45)
9. Conflicting Emotions (4:31)
10. Bon Voyage (4:02)

See Ya ‘Round

Released 1984

CD Track Listings:

1. Breakin’ My Back (3:53)
2. I Walk Away (3:49)
3. Doctor Love (4:17)
4. One Mouth Is Fed (3:26)
5. Years Go By (4:14)
6. Voices (3:31)
7. The Lost Cat (5:40)
8. Adz (4:10)
9. This Is Massive (3:47)
10. Kia Kaha (3:38)
11. Ninnie Knees Up (3:20)
12. Next Exit (3:14)

Rootin’ Tootin’ Luton Sessions

Released 2007

CD Track Listings:

CD One:
1. Miss Haps (4:08)
2. Home Comforts (4:13)
3. Animal Lover (3:16)
4. Carried Away (4:37)
5. Semi-Detached (5:03)
6. Holy Smoke (3:21)
7. Message Boy (3:47)
8. Hypnotised (3:41)
9. Late in Rome (3:25)
10. Straight Talk (3:23)
11. Hollow Victory (3:23)
12. Evelyn (3:16)
13. Best Friend (3:04)
14. Creature Comforts (2:52)
15. Remember When (3:56)

CD Two:
1. Hermit McDermitt (5:02)
2. Betty (6:13)
3. I See Red (3:15)
4. Mind over Matter (3:09)
5. Next Exit (3:54)
6. She Got Body She Got Soul (2:57)
7. So This Is Love (4:14)
8. Abu Dhabi (4:53)
9. Famous People (4:02)
10. I’m So Up (2:58)
11. Marooned (2:27)
12. Livin’ It Up (1:17)
13. Frenzy (3:07)


The Living Enz

Released 1985

CD Track Listings:

CD One:
1. I Walk Away
2. One Step Ahead
3. Bold as Brass
4. Ninee Knees Up
5. I See Red
6. Message to My Girl
7. I Hope I Never
8. Dirty Creature
9. Hard Act to Follow
10. Time for a Change

CD Two:
1. Strait Old Line
2. Walking Through the Ruins
3. Pioneer
4. Six Months in a Leaky Boat
5. Take a Walk
6. Small World
7. Lost for Words
8. Years Go By
9. Charlie


Released 2005

CD Track Listings:

CD One:
1. Shark Attack
2. Poor Boy
3. Message to My Girl
4. Dirty Creature
5. Strait Ol’ Line
6. Haul Away
7. I Got You
8. Best Friend
9. One Step Ahead
10. Split Ends
11. Time for a Change

CD Two:
1. True Colours (Let’s Rock)
2. I See Red
3. Bold as Brass
4. Give It a Whirl
5. Pioneer
6. Six Months in a Leaky Boat
7. Years Go By
8. Without a Doubt
9. Hermitt McDermitt
10. What’s the Matter with You
11. Charlie
12. History Never Repeats

Live in America

Released 2007

CD Track Listings:

1. Double Happy
2. Hard Act to Follow
3. Poor Boy
4. Missing Person
5. Hermit McDermitt
6. Ghost Girl
7. I Don’t Wanna Dance
8. I Wouldn’t Dream of It
9. Nobody Takes Me Seriously
10. I Hope I Never
11. I Got You
12. Whats the Matter with You
13. I See Red
14. You Can Lead a Horse to Water
15. Shark Attack
16. Twist and Shout
17. What a Mess
18. My Mistake


The Beginnings of the Enz

Split Enz Albums

Released 1979

CD Track Listings:

1. Split Ends
2. For You
3. 129
4. Home Sweet Home
5. Sweet Talking Spoon Song
6. No Bother to Me
7. Malmsbury Villa
8. Lovy Dovy
9. Spellbound

History Never Repeats: The Best of Split Enz 

Released 1987

CD Track Listings:

1. I Got You (3:29)
2. Hard Act to Follow (3:18)
3. Six Months in a Leaky Boat (4:26)
4. What’s the Matter with You (3:06)
5. One Step Ahead (2:52)
6. I See Red (3:14)
7. Message to My Girl (3:59)
8. History Never Repeats (2:58)
9. I Hope I Never (4:32)
10. Dirty Creature (4:02)
11. Poor Boy (3:26)

The Best of Split Enz

Released 1989

CD Track Listings:

1. Titus
2. Late Last Night
3. Matinee Idyll (129)
4. Amy (Darling)
5. Lovey Dovey
6. Time for a Change
7. Crosswords
8. Another Great Divide
9. Bold as Brass
10. My Mistake
11. I See Red
12. I Got You
13. One Step Ahead
14. History Never Repeats
15. Six Months in a Leaky Boat
16. Message to My Girl

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