Psyclone (album)

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Psyclone
Psyclone - Jimmy Barnes.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 1995
Recorded1994
Genre Modern rock, rock
Length59:27
LanguageEnglish
Label Mushroom Records
Producer Jimmy Barnes and Joe Hardy
Jimmy Barnes chronology
Flesh and Wood
(1993)
Psyclone
(1995)
Barnes Hits Anthology
(1996)
Singles from Psyclone
  1. "Change of Heart"
    Released: May 1995
  2. "Come Undone"
    Released: August 1995
  3. "Every Beat"
    Released: November 1995

Psyclone is the eighth studio album for Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes. It was released in Australia by Mushroom Records in June 1995 and peaked at #2 on the ARIA chart.

Contents

Barnes said in 2010: "When I made Psyclone, I was at the height of my alcoholism and addiction. I was literally staring into the abyss". [1]

Track listing

All tracks written by Barnes, except track 3 (written by: Jimmy Barnes / Guy Davies / Michael Hegerty /Jeff Neill )

CD
  1. Used to the Truth (4:24)
  2. Spend the Night (3:52)
  3. Change of Heart (5:08)
  4. Every Beat (4:35)
  5. Come Undone (4:55)
  6. Stumbling (4:03)
  7. Love and Devotion (4:39)
  8. Mirror of Your Soul (5:39)
  9. Just a Man (3:56)
  10. Fooling Yourself (4:26)
  11. Tears (4:50)
  12. Going Down Alone (5:08)
  13. Because You Wanted It (3:53)

Credits

Charts

Chart (1995)Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA) [2] 2
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) [3] 38
UK Albums Chart 125 [4]

Sales and certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA) [5] Platinum70,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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