Reset (Tina Arena album)

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Released18 October 2013 (AUS)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 3 November 2014 (UK)
Label EMI Records
Tina Arena chronology
Symphony of Life
Singles from Reset
  1. "You Set Fire to My Life"
    Released: 26 September 2013
  2. "Reset All"
    Released: 18 December 2013
  3. "Still Running"
    Released: 15 August 2014

Reset is the tenth studio album released by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena on 18 October 2013. The first single, "You Set Fire to My Life" was released on 26 September 2013. Despite not being released as a single, "Only Lonely" charted in the top 50 in late November due to being used in an advertisement for the Australian soap opera Home and Away . "Reset All" was released as the second official single on 18 December. Reset is Arena's sixth top 10 album in Australia. Reset was released in the United Kingdom on 3 November 2014.


Track listing

Standard edition [1] [2]
1."Love You Less" Tina Arena, Stuart Crichton, Ilan Kidron David Schuler 3:40
2."Still Running"Tina Arena, Hayley Warner, Louis SchoorlDanton Supple3:26
3."You Set Fire to My Life"Tina Arena, Mattias Lindblom, Anders Wollbeck David Schuler4:14
4."Let Me In"Tina Arena, Robert Conley, Hunter Nixon Tina Arena, Robert Conley3:23
5."Out of the Blue"Tina Arena, Mattias Lindblom, Anders Wollbeck Vacuum 4:08
6."Don't Hide"Tina Arena, Arnthor Birgisson, Lukasz Duchnowski, Tiaan WilliamsArnthor Birgisson4:06
7."Patchwork Heart"Tina Arena, Robert Conley, Alex Hope Tina Arena, Robert Conley3:55
8."It's Just What It Is"Tina Arena, Greg FitzgeraldTina Arena, Robert Conley3:54
9."Don't Look Back"Tina Arena, Robert Conley, Alex HopeTina Arena, Robert Conley4:06
10."Bring Me Love"Tina Arena, Andy Macken, Thom Macken Dann Hume 3:56
11."Only Lonely"Tina Arena, Alex Hope, Roberto De Sa Roberto De Sa3:22
12."Destination Unknown"Tina Arena, Paul StathamTina Arena, Robert Conley3:58
13."Reset All"Tina Arena, Hunter Nixon, Lindsay RimesDanton Supple3:46
Deluxe edition bonus tracks
14."I Can Breathe"Tina Arena, Anthony Egizii, David MusumeciRobert Conley3:35
15."Lose Myself"Tina Arena, Robert Conley, Roberto De Sa, Alex HopeDavid Schuler3:50
16."You Set Fire to My Life" (acoustic)Tina Arena, Mattias Lindblom, Anders WollbeckScott Horscroft4:22


"You Set Fire to My Life" was released at the first single in September 2013 and peaked at 38. "Reset All" was released as the second single and "Love You Less" was announced as the third single in March 2014, but did not eventuate. [3] "Still Running" was released as the third single in August 2014. The video clip was filmed in Rome and released in July.

In addition to the official singles, "Only Lonely" charted at 32 and gained national interest after it was used in a commercial for the 2013 finale of Channel 7's Home and Away [4] as well as at the 2014 Logie Awards.

On 19 February 2014, Arena released remixes of "Don't Hide", [5] which were used in promotion of the 2014 Sydney Mardi Gras. [6]

Charts and certifications


Reset Tour
Tour by Tina Arena
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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated albumReset
Start date8 August 2014 (2014-08-08)
End date9 October 2014 (2014-10-09)
No. of shows18 in Australia
Tina Arena concert chronology

On 9 March 2014, Arena announced the 13-date Reset All Tour. [11] 6 shows were added, and the Hobart show was removed, taking the total to 18. The support act was George Perris. [12]

8 August 2014 Darwin Darwin Festival
9 August 2014
15 August 2014 Perth Burwood Theatre
18 August 2014 Adelaide Thebarton Theatre
23 August 2014 Gold Coast Jupiters Theatre
24 August 2014 Brisbane Brisbane Convention Centre
29 August 2014 Cairns Cairns Convention Centre
30 August 2014 Townsville Townsville Entertainment Centre
5 September 2014 Tamworth Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre
6 September 2014 Canberra Llewellyn Hall
7 September 2014 Newcastle Civic Theatre
11 September 2014 Sydney The Star Event Centre
12 September 2014
13 September 2014 Wollongong WIN Entertainment Centre
17 September 2014 Melbourne Palais Theatre
18 September 2014
5 October 2014 Caloundra Caloundra Music Festival
9 October 2014 Ballarat Her Majesty's Theatre
5 November 2014 London, UK Church of St John-at-Hackney

Set list

This set list consists of 18 songs and is representative of the 1st show in Adelaide. [13] It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Let Me In"
  2. "Out Of The Blue"
  3. "Soul Mate #9"
  4. "Dare You to Be Happy"
  5. "Sorrento Moon (I Remember)"
  6. "Still Running"
  7. "Don't Look Back"
  8. "Destination Unknown"
  9. "Only Lonely"
  10. "Reset All"
  11. "Don't Hide"
  12. "Never (Past Tense)"
  13. "Burn"
  14. "Symphony of Life"
  15. "Heaven Help My Heart"
  1. "Chains"
  2. "I Need Your Body"
  3. "You Set Fire To My Life"

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