|Single by Spiderbait|
|from the album Ivy and the Big Apples|
|Songwriter(s)||Janet English, Kram, Damian Whitty|
|Producer(s)||Phil McKellar, Spiderbait|
|Spiderbait singles chronology|
"Calypso" is a song by Australian alternative rock band Spiderbait. It was released in April 1997 as the third single from the band's third studio album Ivy and the Big Apples . "Calypso" peaked at number 13 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, and it was ranked at number 23 on Triple J's Hottest 100 for 1997.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1997, the song was nominated for Best Video, losing out to "Feelin' Kinda Sporty" by Dave Graney & the Coral Snakes.
|2.||"Macintosharoonie Part One"||2:53|
|Australia||April 1997||CD Single||Polydor Records||573815-2|
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