|Truly Madly Deeply – Ultra Rare Tracks|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||14 April 1998|
|Producer||J.W.M. Productions Australia|
|Savage Garden chronology|
Truly Madly Deeply – Ultra Rare Tracks is a compilation album released by Australian pop duo Savage Garden on 14 April 1998, exclusively in Japan.
As none of Savage Garden's first three singles were issued in Japan, Sony made the decision to instead release all of the remixes and B-sides included on the singles as a compilation album. Despite "Mine" being a B-side to "I Want You", it was not included on the compilation as it was made available as a bonus track on the Japanese version of the group's self-titled debut album. The album was later made widely available in the United Kingdom through HMV and Virgin, who sold copies of the album as imports in their UK stores.The song "All Around Me", although not released as a B-side, originally appeared on the Australian release of Savage Garden , but was removed when the album was released internationally, and thus, is included here as it had never previously been released in Japan. It later became available as the B-side to "The Animal Song" in several countries outside Australia.
Darren Stanley Hayes is an Australian singer-songwriter and podcaster. Hayes was the frontman and singer of the pop duo Savage Garden until it disbanded in 2001. Their 1997 album Savage Garden peaked at No. 1 in Australia, No. 2 in United Kingdom and No. 3 in United States. It spawned the singles "I Want You", "To the Moon and Back", and Australian and US No. 1 "Truly Madly Deeply". The duo followed the success of their debut album with Affirmation (1999), which provided additional hits such as US No. 1 "I Knew I Loved You", and Australian No. 3 "The Animal Song". Savage Garden parted ways in 2001. They have sold more than 23 million albums worldwide.
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