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Split Enz achieved the biggest success of their career with 1980's True Colours, and the follow-up continued to blend the band's urgent, angular new wave side with a sophisticated pop sensibility. Having just penned the band's biggest-ever hit on their previous outing, future Crowded House frontman Neil Finn contributes more songs than ever here. His approach tends toward the winsomely melodic ("One Step Ahead," "History Never Repeats"), while his brother Tim turns out slightly edgier, more new wave–flavored tracks like the breathless "Hard Act to Follow" and the skittering "Clumsy." But whichever Finn is at the helm, the hooks keep flying fast and hard.

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Essential Split Enz

Some of their best songs are on this album. Worth buying for the one-two punch of Hard Act to Follow (Tim) followed by One Step Ahead (Neil). Some spooky, yet catchy New Wavey pop.

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Biography

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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