Re-issue of Colin Hay's classic 1998 release. Colin Hay first landed on American shores as the frontman and principal songwriter of the pop sensation Men at Work. With Hays wry songs and burnished vocals leading the way, they were responsible for a series of massive hits, such as "Down Under," "Who Can It Be Now?" and "Overkill," that defined pop music of the early eighties. Since Men at Work's demise, Hay has released a series of solo albums, reunited his old band with astonishing success, and watched as his songs continue to connect with new fans the world over through his musical appearances on the hit TV shows SCRUBS, JAG, and THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW. Featured on this re-release of 1999's TRANSCENDENTAL HIGHWAY, the success of the Hays "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You," which was used on the GARDEN STATE soundtrack and garnered extensive praise from all corners and all ages, proved that Hays music has staying power. The album, produced by Dan Rothchild (Better Than Ezra), addresses everything from the ups and downs of Hays musical career to the force of the internet to the inspirational "Freedom Calling" through catchy pop tunes and clever lyrics.
Re-issue of Colin Hay's classic 1998 release. Colin Hay first landed on American shores as the frontman and principal songwriter of the pop sensation Men at Work. With Hays wry songs and burnished vocals leading the way, they were responsible for a series of massive hits, such as "Down Under," "Who Can It Be Now?" and "Overkill," that defined pop music of the early eighties. Since Men at Work's demise, Hay has released a series of solo albums, reunited his old band with astonishing success, and watched as his songs continue to connect with new fans the world over through his musical appearances on the hit TV shows SCRUBS, JAG, and THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW. Featured on this re-release of 1999's TRANSCENDENTAL HIGHWAY, the success of the Hays "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You," which was used on the GARDEN STATE soundtrack and garnered extensive praise from all corners and all ages, proved that Hays music has staying power. The album, produced by Dan Rothchild (Better Than Ezra), addresses everything from the ups and downs of Hays musical career to the force of the internet to the inspirational "Freedom Calling" through catchy pop tunes and clever lyrics.
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Transcendental Highway
Artist: Colin Hay
Format: CD
New: Available to Order 15.99
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DISC: 1

1. Transcendental Highway
2. Don't Believe You Anymore
3. My Brilliant Feat
4. Goodbye My Red Rose
5. If I Go
6. I'm Doing Fine
7. Wash It All Away
8. Cactus
9. Death Row Conversation
10. I'll Leave The Light On
11. Freedom Calling
12. I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You
13. I'm Doin' Fine [Demo]

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Re-issue of Colin Hay's classic 1998 release. Colin Hay first landed on American shores as the frontman and principal songwriter of the pop sensation Men at Work. With Hays wry songs and burnished vocals leading the way, they were responsible for a series of massive hits, such as "Down Under," "Who Can It Be Now?" and "Overkill," that defined pop music of the early eighties. Since Men at Work's demise, Hay has released a series of solo albums, reunited his old band with astonishing success, and watched as his songs continue to connect with new fans the world over through his musical appearances on the hit TV shows SCRUBS, JAG, and THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW. Featured on this re-release of 1999's TRANSCENDENTAL HIGHWAY, the success of the Hays "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You," which was used on the GARDEN STATE soundtrack and garnered extensive praise from all corners and all ages, proved that Hays music has staying power. The album, produced by Dan Rothchild (Better Than Ezra), addresses everything from the ups and downs of Hays musical career to the force of the internet to the inspirational "Freedom Calling" through catchy pop tunes and clever lyrics.