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      Crowded House was an Australian/New Zealand rock group between 1986 and 1996; two original members were from Australia and one was from New Zealand. Performing in the 1980s and 1990s, the group was based around the songwriting and vocal talents of New Zealand born lead singer, composer and guitar... read more

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      Crowded House was an Australian/New Zealand rock group between 1986 and 1996; two original members were from Australia and one was from New Zealand. Performing in the 1980s and 1990s, the group was based around the songwriting and vocal talents of New Zealand born lead singer, composer and guitarist Neil Finn.

      The group's output was mainly folk-influenced pop-rock in a decidedly Beatles vein, but Finn's songwriting skills made them stand out from similar bands. By far New Zealand's most internationally-successful popular musicians, their notable hits include "Better Be Home Soon", "Something So Strong", "Don't Dream It's Over", and the Byrds-influenced "Weather with You". They released four albums during their career: Crowded House, Temple of Low Men, Woodface and Together Alone, plus the post-breakup Best-Of Recurring Dream and the rarities collection Afterglow.

      Members of the band included Tim Finn (Neil's brother) in 1990/91, Nick Seymour, Paul Hester (1986-1994), session musician and Supertramp recruit Mark Hart (1993-1996) and session drummer Peter Jones (1994-1996).

      The group broke up amicably in 1996, following Hester's acrimonious departure in April 1994 during an American tour; he was replaced for a short time by Jones. Finn decided to end the group soon after recording the first Finn Brothers album in 1995, and Hester returned for their massively successful free farewell concert on the steps of the Sydney Opera House in November 1996. However, various members of the group still turn up as guest musicians at each other's concerts on a regular basis.

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