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Goldenhorse are a pop band from New Zealand.
Goldenhorse's debut album Riverhead was released in October 2002, to a small fanfare. But over the next 18 months various singles from the album started to be played on the radio. The band played live throughout New Zealand continuously and sales of the record climbed slowly then steadily and in August 2004 the album reached no.1 on the national charts.
In 2010, Goldenhorse founding member Ben King debuted his new musical project Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids released their debut album Faintheartedness in April, 2011. It was released as an exclusive limited edition vinyl through MusicHype.
|2005||Out of the Moon||
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"Wake Up Brother"||17|
|"Run Run Run"||—||Out of the Moon|
|2005||"Out of the Moon"||21|
|2006||"Don't Wake Me Up"||—|
|2007||"Jump Into the Sun"||—||Reporter|
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|Year||Title||Peak NZ chart position
(Kirsten Morell with Anika Moa, Che Fu, Milan Borich, Adeaze, Hinewehi Mohi, David Atai and Donald McNulty)
|3||Cover of The Mutton Birds song for Greenpeace, to mark the 20th anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior|
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