Enzso (album)

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ENZSO
EnzsoAlbum.jpg
Studio album by Enzso
Released 5 November 1996
Recorded 1996
Genre Orchestral
Length 73:01
Label Sony/Epic
Producer Dave Woodcock, Eddie Rayner
Enzso chronology
ENZSO
(1995)
ENZSO 2
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

ENZSO is the eponymous debut album by the ENZSO project led by Eddie Rayner. The orchestral recording sessions were held at Symphony House in Wellington and National Radio Studios for the New Zealand Youth Choir.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Poor Boy" performed by Dave Dobbyn
  2. "Message to My Girl" performed by Neil Finn
  3. "I Hope I Never" performed by Annie Crummer
  4. "Spellbound" performed by Dave Dobbyn, Sam Hunt, Neil Finn, Tim Finn
  5. "Stuff and Nonsense" performed by Neil Finn
  6. "Albert of India" performed by Eddie Rayner
  7. "My Mistake" performed by Dave Dobbyn
  8. "Voices" performed by Neil Finn
  9. "I See Red" performed by Tim Finn
  10. "Under the Wheel" performed by Sam Hunt
  11. "Dirty Creature" performed by Tim Finn
  12. "Stranger Than Fiction" performed by Tim Finn, Neil Finn, Sam Hunt + "Time for a Change" performed by Tim Finn

Notes[edit]

  • Some versions have a slightly different track listing, presumably due to a mastering error (?); 13 tracks are listed, but Stranger Than Fiction and Time for a Change are joined together as one long track, making for a total of 12.
  • For unknown reasons, only 11 tracks are listed in reference to the official site of ENZSO Project, "Strait Old Lines" and "Albert of India" are excluded. However, according to most online music shops 12 tracks are listed, although Albert of India is still neglected and Stranger than Fiction and Time for a Change are listed separately.
  • Albert of India (Instrumental) is performed by Eddie Rayner, it is also included in the ENZSO "Poor Boy" Single CD.
  • I Hope I Never is also included in Annie Crummer's compilation album, Shine: The Best of Annie Crummer (2002)

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