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Album Review

Split Enz found their place in new wave with True Colours, shedding the eccentricities and excesses of their past in favor of bright, highly memorable, Beatlesque pop. The album also marked Neil Finn's emergence as a great songcraftsman — his infectious "I Got You" helped to push the album and the band to international success. Both the single and the album stand as high points of the new wave era. As part of its marketing, the album was released in several different-colored covers with laser-etched vinyl.

Customer Reviews

fond memories

If you were a teenager in the 80's you knew who Split Enz were even if you didn't acutally like them, you at least knew who they were. " I Got You" is definitely the stand out track on this album, but "What's the Matter with You", "Poor Boy", "I hope I Never", and "Nobody Takes Me Seriously" really stood out for me...oh, and the instrumental track "The Choral Sea".

This album is far from being the best album of the 80's, but for me at least, it brings back a bunch of happy - as well as a few bittersweet - memories.

Can't We Just Rate The Single?

The album is forgettable, but the song I GOT YOU was a huge huge hit in Canada. Or at least it felt like it in high school. Great song from 1980.


Good Album!


Formed: 1972 in Auckland, New Zealand

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Best known for their early-'80s new wave pop hits, particularly "I Got You," Split Enz -- after surviving a dizzying array of image and personnel changes and a full decade without any recognition outside of their homeland -- became the first New Zealand band to achieve worldwide success. Although they never reached superstar status outside of Australia and New Zealand, the band developed a strong international cult following that continued to thrive over a decade after their breakup. Split Enz's...
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