The Warratahs

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The Warratahs
OriginNew Zealand
GenresRock, country rock
MembersBarry Saunders
Nik Brown
Nick Theobald
Michael Knapp
Past membersWayne Mason
Clint Brown
Alan Norman
Mo Newport
Sid Limbert

The Warratahs are a band from Wellington, New Zealand.[1]

Band members[edit]

Early line-ups[edit]

2007 line-up[edit]


Date of release Title Label NZ peak[2] Certification Catalog no.
1988 Only Game In Town 14 -
1989 Too Hot to Sleep (Warratahs album) 20 -
1990 Wild Card (The Warratahs album) 22 -
1993 Big Sky (The Warratahs album) 12 -
1994 The Best of The Warratahs 18 -
2000 One of Two Things - -
2003 Collection 16 -
2006 Keep On... - -
2015 Runaway Days 19 -

Compilation appearances[edit]

The group have appeared on a few compilations since their inception. The following is a list of these albums that have featured tracks by the Warratahs.

  • New Zealand: Our Land, Our Music (1995, EMI) - "Cruisin' on the Interislander"
  • Pagan Gold (2001, Pagan Records) - "Maureen"
  • The Very Best of Kiwi Country (2001, EMI) - "Hand of My Heart" and "Maureen"

Featured appearances[edit]

The Warratahs have also appeared on albums recorded by other artists. The following is a list of albums by other artists that the Warratahs have appeared on.

  • The Gypsy Pickers and Friends (2004) by the Gypsy Pickers (Rimu Records) - "West Coast Bound"