(1) GOODTIMES Pop tunes don't come any catchier than GOODTIMES. "The Austereo network would be begging to get their hands on a slice of pop this finely executed." Nathan (Reviewer from the Oz Music Project) (2) REALLY LIKE TO SEE YOU AGAIN This infectious pop-rock track is crafted as if it is a movie. The story chronicles a temporary relationship that is moving dangerously into the realms of permanency. (3) KHMER'S WEARING ROUGE A cartoonish parody of dictators of the twentieth century set to a Pop-Punk beat. 'I was dancing around the living room like a crazy woman' Beth from Port Macquarie (upon hearingKHMER'S WEARING ROUGE) (4) GOODBYE TO THE WORKING WEEK An anthemic masterpiece of hard driving rhythm to compliment the sentiment of escapism. The lyrics will appeal to anyone with a cheap boss. GOODBYE TO THE WORKING WEEK is a true gem Steven Pickett (Managing director of the EAO entertainment agency) (5) MAN MADE MAN (FEATURING MEAGHAN MURPHY) Sung by Brendan's sister Meaghan MAN MADE MAN is a standout track if you like quirky pop music. The song is about a man who has been so physically altered through plastic surgery, hair transplants etc that he could now be considered man made. Sung from the perspective of a girl who totally worships her man made man, the challenge is to listen to this song a couple of times and not have it floating around your head for days. (6) CATCHER IN THE RYE Song about the death of John Lennon set to a funky reggae beat. CATCHER IN THE RYE is Rebecca's favourite song from GOODTIMES. Rebecca is Brendan's beautiful wife. (7) Want Not, Waist Not The soundtrack for perils of being female in the modern world. Sure this song has beautiful melodies but it is pure poetry. Possibly Brendan's finest lyrical achievement. "Every time I hear Want Not, Waist Not I find something new. It is so deep and multileveled. I always thought the second verse was about me because my name is subtly used throughout it. "All this talk of galantry, you find it calming, as you search the galaxy for your Prince Charming, it's just a fallacy and quite alarming, and all just for a kiss good knight.". Ming from Cooks Hill. (8) SIX FEET ABOVE GROUND Amusing pop song about the commercialization of spirituality. (9) SAVE ME A stunning bluesy pop song about being a little down and needing a little help to get back up again. (10) HEAVEN SENT YA Left of centre love song where boy worships girl. (11) TURN PURPLE Harder edged pop-punk song about rebelling against others who try to force their ideas upon you. (12) THE GENTLEMEN'S CLUB Tragic story detailing the life of a girl who makes a living from the adult industry and dies a sad death. (13) MY GIRLFRIENDS Funny parody of the Jerry Springer culture. "Wow, what a cool song that is" radio DJ Blind Melon (NEWFM) after playing MY GIRLFRIENDS on his radio show. (14) MAN AND LEO A song about the relationship between man and lion throughout history. 'I've changed my mind! Man and Leo is my favourite. I love the key it's in and the background vocals. I think your voice really suits it, I hope you are doing more like this for any other CD's you may be producing!' Sarah Chaseling (from an email she sent to Brendan) (15) Really Like To See You Again (Again) The jazz version of Really like to see you again is the feel he uses live.