The Slow Club

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The Slow Club
Origin Melbourne, Australia
Genres Pop rock
Years active1989 (1989)–1991 (1991)
LabelsVirgin Records

The Slow Club were a short lived Australian pop rock band formed in the late 1980s. The group were signed to Virgin Records and released one studio album in 1990.

Contents

Discography

Albums

TitleDetails
World Of Wonders
  • Released: November 1990
  • Label: Virgin Records (VOZC2042)
  • Formats: Cassette, LP, CD

Singles

List of singles, with Australianchart positions
YearTitlePeak chart
positions
Album
AUS
[1]
1990"Shout Me Down"36World of Wonders
1991"Rosalie"46
"When Love Comes Down"-

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