Ivy and the Big Apples

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Ivy and the Big Apples
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Studio album by
Released14 October 1996
RecordedMarch & August 1996
Studio 301, Rockinghorse Studios
GenreAlternative rock, post-grunge, punk rock, pop punk
Length52:52
LabelUniversal/Polydor
ProducerSpiderbait, Phil McKellar, Paul McKercher
Spiderbait chronology
The Unfinished Spanish Galleon of Finley Lake
(1995)
Ivy and the Big Apples
(1996)
Grand Slam
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]

Ivy and the Big Apples is the third album by Australian rock band Spiderbait. It became a double platinum-selling record that reached the top 10 of the albums chart in Australia and won the 1997 ARIA Award for Best Alternative Release.[2] It features the single "Buy Me a Pony", which reached number one on the Triple J Hottest 100, 1996. The second single "Calypso" achieved number 13 on the Australian singles chart[3] and was notably featured in the movie 10 Things I Hate About You, despite not being featured on the soundtrack.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Chest Hair"3:28
2."Hot Water & Milk"1:56
3."Buy Me a Pony"1:44
4."When Fusion Ruled the Earth"6:20
5."Calypso"1:51
6."Goin' Off"1:02
7."Don't Kill Nipper"2:25
8."Horschack Army"3:37
9."Conjunctivitis"1:25
10."Joyce's Hut"3:41
11."Jasper"3:02
12."Goosh"1:45
13."Should Have Done What My Mum Always Told Me To"3:15
14."Hey"1:19
15."Hawaiian Nights"2:52
16."Driving Up the Ceiling" (The song "Driving Up the Ceiling" ends at 6:45. After one minute of silence (6:45 - 7:45) there are two hidden tracks: the first hidden track begins at 7:45 and ends at 10:45; the second hidden track begins at 10:50 and ends at 13:10.)13:10

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jonathan Lewis. "Ivy and the Big Apples - Spiderbait". Allmusic. Retrieved 6 September 2011.
  2. ^ "1997: 11th Annual ARIA Awards". ariaawards.com. Archived from the original on 11 February 2009. Retrieved 12 August 2011.
  3. ^ "Discography Spiderbait". Australian Charts Portal (Hung Medien). Retrieved 6 September 2011.

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