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Subject: Diesel (musician), The Lobbyist, List of Top 25 albums for 1992 in Australia, ARIA Award for Best Male Artist, Unit (album)
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Studio album by Diesel
Released 1992
Recorded 1991
Genre Hard rock
Length 47:53
Label Chrysalis
Producer Don Gehman
Terry Manning
Diesel chronology
Live In London
The Lobbyist

Hepfidelity is the debut solo album by Australian singer/songwriter Diesel.[1] The album was released in early 1992 through EMI Records, and held the number-one spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for four weeks.[2] It included the singles "Come to Me", "Tip of my Tongue", "Man Alive" and "One More Time".[3]


  • Tracklisting 1
  • Chart positions 2
  • Personnel 3
  • References 4


No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Man Alive"   Diesel, Tom DeLuca 4:48
2. "Tip of My Tongue"   Diesel, John Daniel Tate 4:12
3. "Too Much of a Good Thing"   Diesel, J. L. Williams 4:18
4. "One More Time"   Diesel, J. L. Williams 4:03
5. "Get Lucky"   Diesel, D. Walker 4:33
6. "There Is A Love"   A. Gorrie, M. Lunn 4:27
7. "Love Junk"   Diesel 3:46
8. "Come To Me"   Diesel, J. L. Williams 5:43
9. "Save A Little Lovin'"     5:17
10. "Picture of You"   Diesel, T. Brock, J. L. Williams 5:10
11. "One Thing After Another"   Diesel, A. Gorrie, M. Lunn 5:03

Chart positions

Year Chart Position
1992 Australian ARIA Albums Chart 1


  • Engineered by Rick Will and Mark Desisto
  • Assisted by Stoli Jaeger
  • Produced by Terry Manning,
  • Mixed by Paul Lani and Rick Will
  • Recorded at Hot Tin Roof Studios, Los Angeles and Studio Six, Memphis (TN).


  1. ^ "Diesel (3) - Hepfidelity". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
  2. ^ Entertainment, Authentic. "This Week In...1992 - ARIA Music News". Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
  3. ^ "Diesel - Review". Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
Preceded by
Baby Animals by Baby Animals
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
15 March - 11 April 1992
Succeeded by
Adrenalize by Def Leppard
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