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Fall of Rome" is the first single from Australian rock musician James Reyne’s debut self titled solo studio album in (1987). Reyne was the lead singer of Australian rock bank Australian Crawl who played their final show is at the Perth Entertainment Centre on 1 February 1986. Following this, Reyne began work on his solo career. Reyne performed Fall of Rome on the final episode of iconic TV series "Countdown" on 19 July 1987. The Traveller" - 4:18.
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Every morning when I wake from my bed I find I'm yawning just a'scratchin' my head I face the dawning and I feel like I'm dead I been sleeping all alone Well every daybreak as I wake from my sleep I find I'm aching as I drag from the deep If I were a Mustang I'd be a. junk yard heap Mirror don't lie mirror don't lie Talk about a rolling stone.
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James Reyne's self-titled album was released in 1987 and was the Australian singer's first solo venture since the break-up of the band Australian Crawl in 1986. The album saw six singles released in Australia the first being, "Fall of Rome", followed by "Motor's Too Fast" (which saw the album repackaged to include this song) and then "Hammerhead", "Heaven on a Stick", "Rip It Up" and "Always The Way". One of Reyne's best known songs was "Hammerhead" which was commonly believed to be about drug addiction.
CDED 289. Fall Of Rome (CD, Single). Fall Of Rome (CD, Single, Promo).
Album: Miscellaneous. Everybody said, "What's that sound?" Put it in a skillet and a-slap it all around And everybody said, "I can't stay home" Still thinking 'bout the fall of Rome Still thinking 'bout the fall of Rome. Well, all these dragons are just a-draggin' me down I've been picking things up from the underground Like a trackless tram, I'm Bondi bound Sitting in the depot all alone.
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|A||Fall Of Rome (Edit)
Written-By – James Reyne
Written-By – Sigerson*, Reyne*, Scott*
- Record Company – EMI Electrola
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Design – Michael Hodgson , Ph.D
- Photography By – Richard Haughton
- Producer – Davitt Sigerson
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 09920 248376
- Label Code: LC 0148
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 2024837-A1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 2024837-B1
- Rights Society: GEMA / STEMRA
- Price Code (Sticker): PM 102
|CP 1992||James Reyne||Fall Of Rome (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CP 1992||Australia||1987|
|CDED 289||James Reyne||Fall Of Rome (CD, Single)||EMI, Capitol Records||CDED 289||Australia||1987|
|1C K 060-20 2484 6||James Reyne||Fall Of Rome (Rock Mix) (12", Maxi)||Capitol Records||1C K 060-20 2484 6||Germany||1988|
|DPRO 79300||James Reyne||Fall Of Rome (CD, Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||DPRO 79300||US||1988|
|06 2025187||James Reyne||Fall Of Rome (7")||Capitol Records||06 2025187||Italy||1988|