Spring Break '87
|Spring Break '87|
|Directed by||Scott Fishman|
|Produced by||Rich Zelachowski|
|Music by||Crowded House|
The concert was recorded and released by MTV for the United States, and featured all of Crowded House's singles that had been released up to that point. It also featured a small handful of songs from the then forthcoming album Temple of Low Men, such as "When You Come" and "Better Be Home Soon". Crowded House also played two songs by Split Enz, and a cover of the Hunters & Collectors hit song "Throw Your Arms Around Me".
- Neil Finn - Guitar and vocals
- Nick Seymour - Bass guitar and backing vocals
- Paul Hester - Drums and vocals
- Eddie Rayner - Keyboards and backing vocals
All written by Neil Finn unless otherwise noted.
- "This Is Massive" (Paul Hester)
- "When You Come"
- "Mean to Me"
- "World Where You Live"
- "That's What I Call Love"
- "One Step Ahead"
- "Recurring Dream" (Craig Hooper, Nick Seymour, Finn, Hester)
- "Something So Strong" (Finn, Mitchell Froom)
- "Hole In the River" (Finn, Eddie Rayner)
- "Don't Dream It's Over"
- "Now We're Getting Somewhere"
- "Throw Your Arms Around Me" (Mark Seymour)
- "Better Be Home Soon"
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