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Matchbook (Ian Moss album)

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Matchbook (Ian Moss album)

Template:Use Australian English

Matchbook
Studio album by Ian Moss
Released August 1989
Genre Rock
Label Mushroom Records

Matchbook is an album by Cold Chisel member Ian Moss released in 1989. It spent 3 weeks at the top of the Australian Album charts in 1989 and was preceded by the single "Tucker's Daughter" which was also a No. 1 hit. The first four tracks on the album were all released as singles. Matchbook was the first solo album for Moss and featured several songs written for him by Don Walker, also from Cold Chisel.

Track listing

  1. "Tucker's Daughter"
  2. "Telephone Booth"
  3. "Out Of The Fire"
  4. "Mr. Rain"
  5. "Matchbook"
  6. "Such A Beautiful Thing"
  7. "I've Got You"
  8. "Pretty Face"
  9. "Tangletown"
  10. "I'll Remember You"

Chart positions

Year Chart Position
1989 Australian ARIA Albums Chart 1
Preceded by
Hysteria by Def Leppard
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
14 August - 3 September 1989
Succeeded by
The Premiere Collection
by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Template:ARIA Award for Album of the Year 1990s Template:ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist

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