These Here Are Crazy Times is the second studio album by Australian rock group Boom Crash Opera, released in October 1989. The album was the breakthrough album to the lucrative . Market for the band & was released in the United States by Giant records. This release had 2 new reworked versions of the songs "Talk About It" and "The Best Thing". Both songs were re-recorded with producer Jimmy Iovine of U2 fame, after Bono from U2 became a fan of the band during the U2 Love Town tour of Australia in 1989.
Boom Crash Opera is the first album by Australian rock band Boom Crash Opera, released in 1987. Singles released from the album include two which reached the top 20 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart, "Great Wall" and "Hands Up in the Air". In 1986 Boom Crash Opera signed with Dirty Pool Management and WEA Records. The band recorded their first two singles in 1986 with English producer Steve Brown (ABC, The Cult and Wham!) at Platinum Studios in Melbourne.
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Boom Crash opera were one of australia’s Biggest Bands spanning the 1980s and 90s. they had a string of hit singles Between 1986 and 1994. as being a powerful live act. They had musicianship, songwriting smarts and a gifted front man in dale ryder. After a run of hits the band released These Here Are Crazy Times (1989). Produced by Pete Smith (Sting) and band member Richard Pleasance and mixed by Nick Launay (Silverchair, The Living End) this album spawned five hit singles, including their signature tune, the drum driven Onionskin. Whilst on tour the band caught the eye of Bono and The Edge from U2. They recommended the band to legendary producer Jimmy Iovine (U2, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty) and the band re-recorded tracks from These Here Are Crazy Times for the US market with Iovine in LA.