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SONG COLLECTIONS

Aired 1996 to 2000 and 2008 to 2012
Songs From Good News Week
A comedic tour de force, Good News Week first graced our screens back in 1996; and has been entertaining, informing and amusing us ever since, with a diverse range of guests, an unparallelled level of absurdity and an always present sense of sharp satirical wit.

Behind the comedy, music was also an important part of the show, featuring many musicians, delighting us with thier talents. However it was when host Paul McDermott took to the stage, microphone in hand that we really paid attention; from ballads to rock, from duets to comedy songs, when Paul opened his mouth to sing, magic happened.


Cracklin' Rosie

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 01/09/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Cover of the Neil Diamond song, performed by Paul and Mark Trevorrow, taken from Good News Week on 13th of May, 2000.


Darkness, The

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 25/04/2012 by Admin
ABOUT: This version was performed on the first of Good News Week's shows for the Melbourne International Comedy in 2011, alongside Flacco. 'The Darkness' has also been performed on 'The Great Debate'. See also; song 'Keith' which preceeded this song.


Friday Night

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 01/09/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on Good News Week, this features Paul and the GNW house band, 'The Gadflys'.


I Kissed A Girl

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: Originally performed on the Good News Week finale show for 2008. It's mainly a cover of Katy Perry's 'I Kissed A Girl' but also features elements of The Pussycat Doll's 'When I Grow Up' and Gabriella Cilmi's 'Sweet About Me'.


I Was Made For Loving You

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 26/04/2012 by James
ABOUT:Performed on Good News Week in September 2000. It features Paul along with Mikey Robins, Julie McCrossin, Marcia Hines, Mark Trevorrow and others. 'I Was Made For Loving You' was originally written and performed by Kiss.


I Will Always Love You

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 15/04/2013 by Jaythulhu
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on Good News Week, featuring Mark Trevorrow. 'I Will Always Love You' is originally written and performed by Dolly Parton.


Keith

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 25/04/2012 by Admin
ABOUT: Performed on Good News Week's show for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, alongside Flacco. Thanks to YouTuber 'Maccification' for the video upload. It leads on into Paul's first performance of the song, 'The Darkness', which can found above.


Oh My Stars

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: Performed as the finale song for Good News Week in 2009, this was released for free download on Channel Ten's website. It features Tim Ferguson, Tripod and a very special performance on the 'Oud' by Joseph Tawadro. This was an original song by Paul.


Ooops I Did It Again

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: Performed by Paul on Good News Week. 'Ooops I Did It Again' was originally written and performed by Britney Spears.


REM Medley

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 01/09/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Performed by John Moloney and Paul on Good News Week on 3rd of June, 2000. It features three REM songs, 'Love Is All Around', 'It's The End Of The World' and 'The One I Love'.


Sacred Heart

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 05/04/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Originally performed by Paul in the "Flacco And Sandman: Unspectacular", which was an hour long GNW Special which put Flacco & Sandman in the spotlight for once. It was recently performed as part of the 'Paul Sings' show.


Stayin' Alive

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 01/09/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Performed by Paul on Good News Week. 'Stayin' Alive' was originally written and performed by The Bee Gees.


Tony Abbott (Speedos)

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: Performed on the debut episode of Good News World on Monday 5th September, 2011. Paul sings about how he wishes Tony Abbott would wear his speedoes again, shown as a dream inside his head.


Unchain My Heart

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: First performed on Good News Week in 1999, this song also features the GNW cast and is a satirical parody of the GST.


Whiter Shade Of Pale

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 15/04/2013 by Jaythulhu
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on Good News Week in 1998, a cover of the song by Procol Harum. Performed by Paul and The Gadflys, as well as special guest; comedian Bill Bailey on the piano.

Aired April til December, 2007
Songs From The Sideshow
Chaotic, psychotic, but a whole lot of fun, The Sideshow was an idea conceived by the Good News Week Team, born from the desire to bring back the good old fashioned variety show, in a similar fashion to 'The Big Gig', which had been sorely missed from our screens since wrapping up in the early nineties.

Although it only lasted for a single season, there was something for everyone with comedy, live music, cabaret, circus and burlesque; and it was indeed a much welcomed breath of fresh air among a television landscape drowning in the time with imported sitcoms and mind numbing reality shows.


Be There

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: This was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007 and features a saxophone solo by Adrian Cunningham. Thanks to YouTuber 'mddawson1' for the original video upload.


Girl, The

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 08/02/2019 by Mugz
ABOUT: This was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007.


Goodnight Princess

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: This was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007 and Paul singing to Flacco dressed as princess, a reference to the birth of Princess Mary's second child.


Planet

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 13/01/2014 by EmiJ
ABOUT: This was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007 and features Flacco on guitar, alongside the house band.


Sideshow Finale

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by EmiJ
ABOUT: This was the finale song for the last episode of 'The Sideshow', alternatively titled 'Goodbye From Visitor V3039', which aired on 1.12.2007. It features a number of performers, including Tripod. Thanks to YouTuber 'mddawson1' for the original video upload.


Stripped

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 05/05/2013 by bboyle
ABOUT: This was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007 and has been performed at least once since then. Thanks to YouTuber 'mddawson1' for the original video upload.


Take Me To The River

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 26/04/2012 by James
ABOUT: This version of the song was performed on Episode 16 of 'The Sideshow'. It is a cover of the original song by Al Green.


Transcended

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 08/08/2012 by John
ABOUT: This version is from a performance on 'The Sideshow' in 2007. It has been performed multiple times since then, including on Good News Week in 2008, and with Paul's band GUD. Thanks to YouTuber 'mddawson1' for the original video upload, and an anonymous user for cleaning up the audio.


Unicorn

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: This was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007 by Paul, alongside Tripod. Thanks to YouTuber 'mddawson1' for the original video upload.


What's Wrong With The Kids?

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: This song was originally performed on 'The Sideshow' in 2007. Thanks to YouTuber 'mddawson1' for the original video upload.


From 1999 Onwards
Comedy Festival & Other Performances
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival has become one of the largest cultural events of the year in Melbourne, showcasing some of the best and brightest comedians from around the world, as well as drawing local talents into the spotlight.

The Good News Week team and Paul have played a large part in the festival, especially in recent years, producing the Festival Gala Charity Event, The Great Debate, The Allstars Super Show as well as a select few Good News Week Specials, all of which never fail to draw a large crowd.


Advance Australia Fair

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 05/04/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: This rousing cover of the national anthem was performed by Paul at The Great Debate, during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2000.


Charity

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 25/04/2012 by John
ABOUT: This was performed by Paul at The Gala, during The Melbourne International Comedy Festival of 2008, which Paul hosted. The Gala is a charity event, featuring a wide range of comedians, all raising money for Oxfam Australia. It also features Flacco on guitar.


Darkness, The

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 25/04/2012 by John
ABOUT: This version was performed, on The Great Debate at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2011, where the topic being debate was, 'It's not the end of the world'. Compared to the earlier version, this was a more stripped back, soul sounding performance, with greater use of organs and a slightly different arrangement.


First Cut Is The Deepest, The

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 05/05/2013 by Mel
ABOUT: Performed on the Brig & Lehmo Breakfast Radio Show in Melbourne in 2013, this was part of an interview, during the MICF run of 'Paul Sings', promoting and talking about the show. The original song was written and recorded by Cat Stevens.


Good Times

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 26/04/2012 by James
ABOUT: This song was from The Comedy All Stars Super Show, during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2010. It features Flacco on guitar, with backing by the Wolfgramm Sisters.


I Hate You

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 22/04/2012 by John
ABOUT: This was originally released on the compilation album, 'Native Tongue: Loudspeaker' in 1996 and features Paul telling comedic poetry over some laid back music.


Penis Song

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 23/08/2011 by Admin
ABOUT: This comedy song was originally performed by Paul on 'The Great Debate' at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2000. This is an original song written by Paul.


Slow Ride v1

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 22/03/2013 by Bim
ABOUT: This was performed and recorded during the Adelaide Fringe Festival run of the 'Paul Sings' show in 2013. An on the spot performance, it was recorded in a car park at midnight.


Slow Ride v2

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 13/01/2014 by andiyar
ABOUT: This was version of the original song was performed live on ABC Radio National in 2013.


Stone Crows

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Mel
ABOUT: This was performed at 'The Shelf' in Melbourne, in December 2012. It also features Gatesy from Tripod.


Take Me To The River

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 26/04/2012 by James
ABOUT: This song was from The Comedy All Stars Super Show, during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2009, played during the closing of the show. It features Paul McDermott, Clayton & Lachlan Doley, Colin Lane, Tripod, Hands Big Band, Danny Raffugia, Benji Edgar, Lucas Taranto, Anton Delecca, Ross Irwin, Jordan Murray, Phil Noy, and the Wolfgramm Sisters.


That's My Beer

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 25/01/2015 by Beccie2202
ABOUT: This was performed on 'Mikey's Pubs and Beernuts Special', on the 11th of July in 2000.


Whales

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 26/04/2012 by James
ABOUT: Performed on The Great Debate, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2008. The question on debate was, "Is reality better than TV?". Features a short excerpt of 'All My Loving" at the end.


Welcome To Stupidville

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: Performed by Paul on The Flacco & Sandman Special, in May 1999. Audio was taken from a YouTube file.

Aired in 1998, 1999
Good News Weekend & GNW: Night Lite
In the late nineties, Good News Week spawned two spinoffs. The first, 'Good News Weekend, aired ten episodes in 1998, while the second, 'GNW: Night Lite' aired throughout 1999; both of which were unfortunately short-lived.

While Good News Week mocked and satirized news and current events without mercy, both the spin-offs tended to focus on lighter topics, such as entertainment, music and pop culture, however still with the same witty sense of humor which audiences had grown to love. In a similar vein to Good News Week, both often featured musical performances, from a diverse range of artists - with Paul taking up the mic on many an occasion.


Everything And More

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 21/03/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite.


I Just Don't Know What To Do

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Danny
ABOUT: Performed by Paul and Marcia Hines on Good News Week Night Lite, in May 1999.


Look At Me

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Danny
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite in July, 1999. It also features Mark Trevorrow on vocals.


Love You Save

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 15/04/2013 by Jaythulhu
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite in 1999. Also featured are Glenn Butcher and Paul Capsis.


Mercy

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 21/03/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite.


Only You

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 13/01/2014 by Admin
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on Good News Weekend in 1998, this also features regular collaborator Fiona Horne, joining Paul on vocals. Thanks to YouTuber 'mrhideho1' for the original video upload.


Opus of Peace

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 15/04/2013 by Jaythulhu
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on Good News Weekend in 1998.


Perfect Day

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: This was performed on both Good News Weekend in June 1998 and then on Good News Week Night Lite in September 1999.


Psycho Killer

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 05/04/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: This song was originally performed by Paul on Good News Week Nite Lite in 1999. It features GNW house band, 'The Gadflys' and regular contributors Flacco and Sandman.


Sad Fuckers Of The World

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 21/03/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite.


She

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 05/04/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite, this is a cover of the original song by the English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello.


Tempted

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Danny
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite in 1999, also featuring Glen Tillbrook on vocals. The song was originally written and performed by the band 'Squeeze'.


Windmills Of My Mind

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 21/03/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite.


Yeah Yeah

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 08/06/2013 by Claudia
ABOUT: Taken from a performance on GNW Night Lite in September, 1999. It also features Mark Trevorrow on vocals. It was first performed on Good News Weekend in 1998.

From 1989 To 1992
DAAS Live Performances
Based on the British TV series 'Saturday Live', The Big Gig was a variety show hosted by Wendy Harmer, which ran for a few short years between 1989 and 1992. It was very much the precursor to 'The Sideshow' in 2007; and featured a whole range of local comedy and musical talent, including regular guests The Doug Anthony All Stars, a musical comedy group comprising of Tim Ferguson, Richard Fidler and Paul McDermott.

The group has mostly been inactive since the early 90's, however have reformed multiple times over the years for various reuinion shows. You can keep with the latest DAAS news by joining the fan club here, from who some of the images and music on this site have been generously provided by.


Brendan Behan Is Dead

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: Also contains the song The Auld Triangle. This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig.


Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: Although this song has been performed on other occasions, this version is quite rare, a performance from the AFI Awards in 1989.


Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 29/01/2017 by Claire
ABOUT: This version was the b-side on the 7" single release of "Bottle" and was recorded live at the National Theatre in 1990.


I Heard It Through The Grapevine

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig. The original song was by Marvin Gaye, and it has been performed many times by DAAS, including two of the live bootlegs available on this page for download.


It's Tim

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig.


Little Gospel Song

QUALITY: High   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig. This song also appears on the studio album 'ICON' and the live album 'The Last Concert'.


Punk's Not Dead

QUALITY: Good   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig.


Root Shaft

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 25/01/2015 by Beccie2202
ABOUT: This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig.


We're A Family

QUALITY: Average   UPLOADED: 06/09/2014 by Phillipa
ABOUT: This was taken from a performance by DAAS on The Big Gig.

The DAAS content has now been merged into this page, to make search easier. If you're having any issues with any of the DAAS material on this page, the DAAS page will remain accessible for a limited time here.


COMPLETE ALBUMS

Live Album | Released 2012
PAUL SINGS: Live At The Famous Speigeltent
During the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2012, Paul did a small run of shows under the banner of 'Paul Sings', where with a backing band, Paul revisited songs from throughout his long and colorful career. Some were rarities, only played once on Good News Week, while others were from his time with DAAS.

One of the nights was recorded for a live DVD, from which the songs here have been featured; however I strongly recommend buying the DVD in addition as it's an entertaining watch.

47MB | Submitted by Claudia


1. The Bottle
2. Stripped
3. The Darkness
4. Sacred Heart
5. Guilty Of Nothing
6. The Girl
7. I Think I Like You
8. Happiness
9. Be There
10. Unicorn
11. Transcended
12. Good Times
13. All My Days
Live Album | Released 2002
The Witches Of Eastwick: Australian Cast
An musical stage show adaption of the novel by John Updike, 'The Witches Of Eastwick' musical began life in London in 2001, before opening in a Australia year later, with Paul McDermott cast as one of the leads - the devilish 'Daryll Van Horne'.

Although short-lived, Paul's first and last foray musical theatre delivered an electrifying performance - with fans still requesting performances of works from the musical to this day.

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1. Overture
2. Eastwick Knows
3. Make Him Mine
4. Chicken Little
5. Daryl Arrives
6. I Love A Little Town
7. Eye Of Beholder
8. Waiting For The Music To Begin
9. Words, Words, Words
10. Something
11. Dirty Laundry
12. I Wish I May
13. I Wish I May (Reprise)
14. Act Two Opening
15. Another Night At Daryll's
16. Dance With The Devil
17. Evil
18. I Love A Little Town Reprise
19. The Glory Of Me
20. The Wedding
21. Something (Reprise) / Look At Me
Live Bootleg | Released 2002
GUD: Last Concert
GUD was a comedy musical trio, comprising of Paul McDermott, Mick Moriarty and Cameron Bruce, who were active during the early 2000's; with a style reminiscent of Paul's earlier band, Doug Anthony All Stars. Although there was never any studio recordings which emanated from this project, various live bootlegs were available at shows.

A recording of a show in 2002, this release features seven tracks, including long time fan favourite 'Transcended'.

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1. GUD Song
2. Bushrangers #1
3. Wrong Number
4. Advice For The Children #1
5. Bushrangers #2
6. Advice For The Children #2
7. Transcended
Live Album | Released 2000
Good News Week Tapes: Volume II
Showcases a wide variety of songs performed live on Good News Week, featuring GNW's house band, 'The Gadflys', guest performances and of course Paul McDermott makes plenty of appearances, both solo and with guests, singing covers and originals. Some of Paul's originals include 'The Drugs', 'Bottle','Everything And More', 'Nothing', 'Happiness' and 'Shivers'.

It was released in Australia by the ABC in 2000, and is a companion album to 'The Good News Week Tapes Volume I', which features mainly spoken word.

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1. The Gadflys - Catwalk
2. Paul McDermott - Shivers
3. The Gadflys - Parasite
4. Josh Abrahams & Amiel Daemion - Headroom
5. Paul McDermott & Rebecca Barnard - The Drugs
6. Paul McDermott with Caroline Kennedy - Happiness
7. The Sandman - Datsun Homer Van
8. Marcia Hines, Mark Trevorrow & Paul - I Got The Music In Me
9. Karma County - Her Mind Went Into The Fire
10. Paul McDermott - Everything And More
11. Ben Lee - Night Time
12. Jimmy Little, Rebecca Barnard & Paul - Under The Milkyway
13. Paul Kelly with Uncle Bill - Gathering Storm
14. Mandawuy Yunupingu (Yothu Yindi) - Dots On The Shells
15. Deadstar - Run Baby Run
16. Paul McDermott - Bottle
17. The Gadflys - So Fine
18. Mark Trevorrow & Paul - Look At Me/Believe
19. Paul McDermott - Nothing
20. Paul McDermott & Flacco - The Rose
Studio Album | Released 1998
Shut Up / Kiss Me [Single]
After performing the song 'Shut Up / Kiss Me' as a duet with Fiona Horne on an episode of Good News Week, a positive reception led to the decision to record and release the song as single along with the song 'Happiness' and an electronic remix version of the title track. 'Shut Up / Kiss Me' was an original song written by Paul.

It was released in Australia, as a promotional single for Good News Week in 1998. It stands as one of the only official releases from Paul, outside of GUD, DAAS or GNW.

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1. Shut Up / Kiss Me (With Fiona Horne)
2. Happiness
3. Kiss Me (Demondogdub)
Live Album | Released 1998
Good News Week Tapes: Volume I
Features a selection of Paul's opening monologues from Good News Week in 1998, including some exclusive material which never got aired, across a variety of shows. It also features two songs including a cover of the Hunters & Collector's song 'Throw Your Arms Around Me' and a short comedy song 'We Laugh About It Now / Build Me Up Buttercup'

It was released in Australia by the ABC in 1998, and is a companion album to 'The Good News Week Tapes Volume II', which is mainly musical performances.

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1. '97 Wrap
2. Wik Scuttled
3. Greenhouse Conference
4. Telstra Pets
5. Xmas on Mir
6. Miller / Diver
7. Treasury Official
8. Army on the Docks
9. Work for the Dole
10. BHP Newcastle
11. Republic Poll
12. Homebush Chemicals
13. Stolen Generation
14. Sojourner Prang
15. Louise Woodward
16. New N.Z. P.M.
17. Budget Deficit
18. News Ltd / Mardi Gras
19. Shared Chalices
20. Literacy Skills / Jobs
21. Kosciusko With a 'Z'
22. Police Rape Bungle
23. PNG Mercenary Meeting
24. Collins Class Sub
25. Lost Gospel
26. Flogging Bad Drivers
27. Bikie Bible
28. Budget '97
29. Barbie's Disabled Friend
30. Darryl Lama
31. Bulletproof Underwear / Saki Bra
32. Roswell Report
33. Castrating Sex Offenders
34. Japanese Encephalitis
35. Adelaide Tap Water
36. Prehistoric Kangaroos
37. Tax Reform / GST
38. Quotes for Surgery
39. Parliament House Toilets
40. Untrained Judges
41. Millennium Date
42. Diana's Death
43. Alzheimer's
44. Bird Attacks Qantas Plane
45. Federal Control of Railways
46. Curfew Bracelets
47. Alzheimer's
48. Russia's Missing Nukes
49. Heritage Toilets
50. Diana's Car
51. Nation of Bastards
52. Alzheimer's
53. Promoting Canberra Tourism
54. S.E. Asian Fires
55. Janette Howard's Stress Relief
56. Bill Gates
57. Magpie Attacks
58. Brain Eating Fungus
59. See-Through Confessionals
60. Navy Crime
61. Franca Arena
62. Nursing Home Suicides
63. Spice Girls Chupa-Chups
64. Stock Market Falls
65. Sexy Sydney
66. South African Truth Commission
67. Mandela Meets Spice Girls
68. Liberals' GST Election Plan
69. Church Boycoff
70. Dolly Dunn's Pension
71. Hanson Video
72. Costner / Diana Movie
73. S.E. Asian Economies Collapse
74. Bill Skate Tapes
75. Gun Safety Locks
76. Tomagotchis
77. Antarctic Tourism
78. We Laugh About It Now / Build Me Up Buttercup
79. Throw Your Arms Around Me

DOUG ANTHONY ALL STARS

Live Album | Released 1995
The Last Concert
This was the last CD produced by the trio. It featured material from two of their final shows; Kids And Animals and Sweetness And Light.

Physical copies are currently hard to come by, however digital copies are still for sale on Amazon and iTunes.

No free links provided, as album is still available for download on Amazon or iTunes


1. Intro
2. Broad Lick Nic
3. Billy Don't Be A Hero
4. Mutant Opera
5. Chanson D'Amour
6. Funk You
7. Little Gospel Song
8. The Dead Elvis
9. Intro II
10. World's Best Kisser
11. Drugs
12. Skinhead Hippy
13. Commie's For Christ
14. State Forest Dilemma
15. Maria
15. Heard It Through The Grapevine
Official Live Bootleg | Released 1994
Live In Edinburgh
Recorded at the Pleasance Theater Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh this officially released bootleg was sold at concerts and is currently out of print.

It featured all original music, except for 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine', a cover of a Smokey Robinson & The Miracles song.

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1. Catholic Girl On LSD
2. Stairway To Heaven
3. Summer Lovin'
4. Satan I
5. Viva Las Vegas
6. Satan II
7. Mexican Hitler
8. Virgin Mary (Joseph Was A Lousy Fuck)
9. I Fuck Dogs
10. Wimmin's Literature
11. I Heard It Through The Grapevine
12. Paul's Poem
13. Satan III
14. I Hate The French
15. Satan IV
16. My Way
Studio Album | Unreleased
Blue
A legend within DAAS folklore, this album was recorded during the early 1990's, an album comprised of ballads, most of which were covers, however was never released. Despite this, it leaked at some point and there are now a variety of copies circling the net, each with varying quality.

Although audio quality is not the best, it gives us an idea of what might have been.

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1. Summer The First Time
2. Stay Away From The Window
3. Good Christian Man
4. Here She Comes
5. Heard It Through The Grapevine
6. The Auld Triangle
7. The Light That Shines
8. Tears Of The Old
9. Sons Of
10. She Moves Through The Fair
11. Warsong
Studio Album | Released 14th May 1990
DAAS Icon
The first and only commercial studio album released by Doug Anthony All Stars. It was recorded in Melbourne, then released independently in Australia, finding a moderate amount of success.

It was briefly banned in Britain due to lyrical references to the IRA, however this was later overturned.

No free links provided, as album is still available for download on Amazon or iTunes


1. Commies For Christ
2. My Baby's Gone To Jail
3. JACK
4. Change The Blades
5. KRSNA
6. Shang-a-lang
7. Little Gospel Song
8. Dead Elvis
9. I Want To Spill The Blood Of A Hippy
10. Go To Church
11. RAT
12. Broad Lic Nic
13. 2x
14. Motorcycle St. Sebastian
15. Bottle
Live Album | Released 10th January 1990
Dead & Alive
The first live album from Doug Anthony All Stars, it features a performance in full from Ambassadors Theater in London, with video also released separately.

'Throw Your Arms Around Me', a Hunters And Collectors cover was released as a single in Australia, and has been performed by the band many times since then.

103MB | Submitted by Admin


1. Chant
2. The Sun
3. If You're Happy/Waco
4. Gilbert & Sullivan 1
5. Body Science
6. Sailor's Arms
7. Necro-Romancer
8. Skinhead Sooty
9. Oprah
10. If You're Happy 2
11. Mommy Dearest
12. Freak
13. Gilbert & Sullivan 2
14. I Fuck Dogs
15. Moral Dilemmas
16. World's Best Kisser
17. Joan Of Arc
18. Breathers
19. Gilbert & Sullivan 3
20. Wimmin
21. Throw Your Arms Around Me
22. Friends
23. There Is Nothing Like A Dame
Studio Album | Released During The 1980's
Let It Swing
Excluding the ever elusive 'Bliss', this is one of the first releases from the trio, and is in itself a somewhat rarity. Self produced and sold at shows and through the fan club, it is currently out of print.

The songs "Little Gospel Song" and "Change The Blades" were both re-released on "Icon" in 1990.

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1. Welcome
2. Cadillac Of Jesus
3. Ship Of Love
4. Little Gospel Song
5. Change The Blades
6. Good Christian Man
7. Memphis
8. We Made Love Like The Dogs Gone Wild