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Split Enz needed to end, particularly since founding member Tim Finn found his little brother Neil's growth spurt uncomfortable, but also because Neil was no longer writing tunes that made sense within the context of a band that ran the gamut from art rock to eccentric new wave. Neil was now writing songs that were undeniably totems of popcraft, but infused with the spirit and introspection of a singer/songwriter. This formula would later become quite popular with artists from Matthew Sweet to the legions of basement auteurs in the pop underground, but this sensibility was relatively unheard of in the mid-'80s -- hence the birth of Crowded House. Neil retained Paul Hester from Enz, added Nick Seymour for the trio, and recorded one abandoned attempt at an album before joining with Mitchell Froom for the band's eponymous debut. At the time, Froom's clean production seemed refreshing, almost rootsy, compared to the synth pop dominating the mainstream and college scenes at the time, but in retrospect it seems a little overreaching and fussy, particularly in its addition of echo and layers of keyboards during particularly inappropriate moments. But Finn at his best overshadowed this fairly stilted production with his expert songcraft. As it happened, the record was blessed by good timing, and the majestic ballad "Don't Dream It's Over" became an international hit, while its follow-up, the breezy "Something So Strong," also turned into a hit. Both revealed different sides of Finn's talents, with the first being lyrical and the second being effervescent, but perhaps the truest testaments to his talents are "Mean to Me," "World Where You Live," and "Now We're Getting Somewhere," songs where the lyrics meld with the melody in a way that is distinctive, affecting, and personal. If the rest of the record doesn't reach those heights, it's still good, well-constructed pop, and these aforementioned highlights point the way to Temple of Low Men, where Crowded House (and particularly Finn) came into its own.
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1
Mean To Me
00:03:14

Neil Finn, ComposerLyricist - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

2
World Where You Live
00:03:08

Neil Finn, ComposerLyricist - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

3
Now We're Getting Somewhere
00:04:07

Neil Finn, ComposerLyricist - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

4
Don't Dream It's Over
00:03:59

Neil Finn, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Paul Hester, Drums, Background Vocalist, AssociatedPerformer - Nick Seymour, Bass Guitar, AssociatedPerformer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 UMG Recordings, Inc.

5
Love You 'Til The Day I Die
00:03:35

Neil Finn, Composer - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

6
Something So Strong
00:02:54

Neil Finn, ComposerLyricist - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer, ComposerLyricist - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

7
Hole In The River
00:03:58

Neil Finn, Composer - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist - Eddie Rayner, Composer

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

8
Can't Carry On
00:03:57

Neil Finn, Composer, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist - Eddie Rayner, Producer

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

9
I Walk Away
00:03:05

Neil Finn, Composer - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

10
Tombstone
00:03:30

Neil Finn, Composer - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

11
That's What I Call Love
00:03:39

Neil Finn, ComposerLyricist - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - Paul Hester, ComposerLyricist - Crowded House, MainArtist

℗ 1986 Capitol Records, LLC

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Split Enz needed to end, particularly since founding member Tim Finn found his little brother Neil's growth spurt uncomfortable, but also because Neil was no longer writing tunes that made sense within the context of a band that ran the gamut from art rock to eccentric new wave. Neil was now writing songs that were undeniably totems of popcraft, but infused with the spirit and introspection of a singer/songwriter. This formula would later become quite popular with artists from Matthew Sweet to the legions of basement auteurs in the pop underground, but this sensibility was relatively unheard of in the mid-'80s -- hence the birth of Crowded House. Neil retained Paul Hester from Enz, added Nick Seymour for the trio, and recorded one abandoned attempt at an album before joining with Mitchell Froom for the band's eponymous debut. At the time, Froom's clean production seemed refreshing, almost rootsy, compared to the synth pop dominating the mainstream and college scenes at the time, but in retrospect it seems a little overreaching and fussy, particularly in its addition of echo and layers of keyboards during particularly inappropriate moments. But Finn at his best overshadowed this fairly stilted production with his expert songcraft. As it happened, the record was blessed by good timing, and the majestic ballad "Don't Dream It's Over" became an international hit, while its follow-up, the breezy "Something So Strong," also turned into a hit. Both revealed different sides of Finn's talents, with the first being lyrical and the second being effervescent, but perhaps the truest testaments to his talents are "Mean to Me," "World Where You Live," and "Now We're Getting Somewhere," songs where the lyrics meld with the melody in a way that is distinctive, affecting, and personal. If the rest of the record doesn't reach those heights, it's still good, well-constructed pop, and these aforementioned highlights point the way to Temple of Low Men, where Crowded House (and particularly Finn) came into its own.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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