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Split Enz

Profile and Interview by Anthony O'Grady, Rock Australia, July 1975

NO DOUBT ABOUT IT, Split Enz is a strange band. They walk out on stage like a collection of clockwork scarecrows and their music is ...

Split Enz: Mental Notes (Chrysalis) ****

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, August 1976

ME MAM says they're not as good as 10cc and "that group who did the operetta?" "Queen?" "Yes and that one about Ground Control to ...

Split Enz: Live in Brighton

Live Review by Miles, NME, December 1976

A TRIP to the sea end of Wardour Street is always fine by me, so Tuesday found me on the Chrysalis bus to Brighton to ...

Split Enz: The Enz justify the means

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, December 1976

Noel Crombie (he’s the one with the cute coiffure) reveals the horrors of shopping in Sainsbury’s…and much more ...

Split Enz: Sheffield University, Sheffield

Live Review by Andy Gill, NME, May 1977

THE IDEA that a rock band from New Zealand should possess any merit whatsoever strikes many as ludicrously funny; the idea that such an antipodean ...

Split Enz: Dizrythmia

Review by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, October 1977

SPLIT ENZ are mainly a musical theatrical troupe, not that that's a slagging off because they are also talented musicians. It's just that the first ...

The Rats Are Crawling Up My Back - And Other Seasonal Thoughts Courtesy Of SPLIT ENZ

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, December 1977

DIZRYTHMIA. "We got the album title from a pamphlet in a plane. It happened to mention the medical name for jet-lag circadia disrhythmia. It means ...

Split Enz: College Of Art, Maidstone

Live Review by Chris Salewicz, NME, January 1978

'THE DAMBUSTERS March' (at double speed, natch) fades away as Split Enz vocalist Neil Finn ("Actually, we're New Zealanders not Australians") plunges through the murky ...

Split Enz: Town Hall, Middlesbrough

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, February 1978

OK, IT'S only two months since I last covered Split Enz at this very same Middlesbrough Town Hall. Deja revu? No way. In December they ...

Split Enz: True Colours (A&M) ***½

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, August 1980

THE NAME might just ring a bell. Split Enz, the most unlikely musical product of the Antipodes (taking it that Duffo has nothing to do ...

Split Enz: True Colours (A&M) ***½

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, August 1980

THE NAME might just ring a bell. Split Enz, the most unlikely musical product of the Antipodes (taking it that Duffo has nothing to do ...

Split Enz: True Colours

Review by Deborah Frost, Boston Phoenix, The, October 1980

ALL A friend remembers about the Split Enz gig at Paul's Mall a couple of years back was the sign announcing the coming attraction: Tom ...

Split Enz: This May Be The Beginning Of The Enz

Interview by Steven X Rea, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, May 1982

BACK IN the '70s, the members of Split Enz sported sky-high pyramids of multicolored hair, decked themselves out in Fellini-esque clown suits, plastered their faces ...

see also Crowded House

see also Finn Brothers

see also Neil Finn

see also Tim Finn

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