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Spin: Repackaged Extra tracks, Original recording reissued

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As the lead singer and songwriter of duo Savage Garden, and as a solo recording artist in his own right Darren Hayes has held a career spanning two decades. He has sold over 27 million albums globally having achieved two U.S Billboard number one singles including holding the distinction of having written the longest running A.C hit in the chart's history with ballad 'Truly Madly ... Read more in Amazon's Darren Hayes Store

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  • Audio CD (11 Nov 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording reissued
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B00006ZSD1
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 68,118 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Strange Relationship
2. Insatiable
3. Heart Attack
4. I Miss You
5. Dirty
6. Good Enough
7. Crush (1980 ME)
8. I Can't Ever Get Enough Of You
9. Creepin' Up On You
10. Like It Or Not
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Dirty (Acoustic track from "Spin" - Live From Taipei)
2. Insatiable (Acoustic track from "Spin" - Live From Taipei)
3. Strange Relationship (Acoustic track from "Spin" - Live From Taipei)
4. I Miss You (Acoustic track from "Spin" - Live From Taipei)
5. Good Enough (Acoustic track from "Spin" - Live From Taipei)
6. Can't Help Falling In Love With You (Elvis Cover)
7. I Wish You Heaven (Prince Cover)

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Smekar on 7 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
Some songs fit more than one category - I have broken them down as follows:
For those in love: Insatiable, I Miss You, I Cant Ever Get Enough of You
For those longing for love again after a break up: Like It or Not, The Heart Wants What It Wants, I Miss You
For those who have had relationships gone bad: Strange Relationship, Heart Attack
Songs with meaning (social commentary, etc): Spin, Good Enough
To make you go on the dance floor and dance for a long time: Crush, Creeping up on You, What You Like
For a long romantic night: Insatiable, Dirty, What You Like
I have listened a great deal to the cd before breaking the songs into categories. Darren truly writes so brilliantly for all people no matter what situations you have had in your life, there is a song on the record that fits it in some way. I know that the "Affirmation" album had more songs about relationships gone bad (Hold Me, The Lover After Me, I Don't Know You Anymore and songs with social commentary/meaning (Crash & Burn, Affirmation). I can tell Darren has grown as a songwriter since the release of Affirmation, and I am sure his interactions with his family, friends, and fans certainly influenced the SPIN cd a great deal. I am sure all of them will be a great influence on future work he does.
When I was listening to the cd, I can tell that he was influenced by many great performers of the past. No other singer's voice can influence me or my moods the way Darren's does. I am sure if you put on cd of any of the following after listening to Darren's SPIN - you can make a comparison but Darren certainly does have a voice of angel that is all his own too.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 July 2002
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I don't think I have ever in my life listened to a cd as often as I have done this one. My musical tastes keep changing and frankly I hadn't really listened to Savage Garden stuff in the past (I do now!). However, every track on here is a winner -some more gripping than others, but it isn't often that you can buy an album and not eventually skip at least two tracks on it -you won't want to skip any on this one.
'Insatiable' is going to be a classic - its just how everyone wants to feel in a relationship. It is sooooo sexy and it was an obvious single. 'Strange Relationship' is a good follow up - but my faves might be 'Good Enough' and 'What you Like'- a real feel good track. But every track has intelligent lyrics, some obviously personal, others less so and although Darren says he has only used electronic gizmos rather than 'instruments' that shouldn't be held against him here - it works and having heard him sing the songs live with his band you just know NONE of it is fake (unlike some other solo artists remaining nameless).
Something about Darren Hayes' terrific voice just makes you want to sing along with him somehow, and I now understand why he has just about the most devoted set of fans in the world. I want to tell everyone to buy this, listen to it a few times, hear the words, let yourself go and then give an honest response. Its not just for girls either (though we may be in the majority) - boys take note and learn from Darren Hayes! He can press all the right buttons!
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By L. Byrne on 19 Mar 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is such an amazing development from ex- Savage Garden star Darren Hayes. He's moved into a more mature, sexual, electronic r&b style, and it suits! His unbelievable falsetto vocals against the raw electronic sound are a total contradiction which still manage to pull together to form one of the best albumns of this year. It is not merely a follow on from Savage Garden, he has truly made his own music and it is superb! This record will not only be loved by all Savage Garden fans, but will undoubtedly convert many many more to Darren's unique talent.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Clare Jerome on 3 Feb 2003
Format: Audio CD
Darren Hayes returns after the success of the band Savage Garden. Darren works with Walter Afanasieff, Greg Biek, Robert Conley and most importantly Rick Nowels. Spin is very different to SG's music but still very much the same. It's a fun, romantic, funky record. If the Moulin Rouge was a record, this would be it. The opening track Strange Relationship kicks in with strings. This skillfully written song expresses a complicated love affair and is one of my favourite songs. The sexy romantic Insatiable follows where Darren gets to "show off" his outstanding vocal abillity. The beautifuly written lyrics make this one of the best songs on the album, Insatiable is a magic song. Straight after that you get hit with the funky beats of Heart Attack. Some people after hearing this song have compared Darren to Michael Jackson. Its one of the funkiest songs on the album. I Miss You is a simple but beautilful ballad. The meaning of it is when you just love somebody so much you miss them all the time - when they leave the room - you want to follow them. This song reminds me of the savage garden hit I Knew I Loved You and reminds me how brilliant Darren is at wrtiting truthfull simple, beautifull love ballads. Creepin' Up On You is probably one of my favourite up-tempo songs off the album. It's extrememly catchy chorus will have you singing it all day. it's another pukka song! Dirty! is not Darrens attempt at covering a Christina A song, but instead he delivers a funky, sexy, DIRTY song! Another pop-tastic song. Crush (1980 ME) is a pop treat! Descibing Darrens favourite year - 1983. It opens: "Cyndi Lauper, Jackson, Simon Le Bon, I put Eurythmics on". This catchy little tune is irressitable and one of the best songs off of Spin. You wont be able to help yourself from joining in on the chorus....Read more ›
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