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Music Video of "Fraction Too Much Friction" by New Zealand Singer Tim Finn.

Fraction Too Much Friction" as written by Tim Finn. Fraction Too Much Friction song meanings.

Fraction Too Much Friction" Released: May 1983. Made My Day"" Released: August 1983. Staring At The Embers, Through The Years" Released: October 1983. After the release of Split Enz 1982 album Time and Tide, Tim Finn decided to give the band a break after 10 years. Younger brother Neil Finn worked on some demos for the upcoming Split Enz album, while percussionist Noel Crombie released the single My Voice Keeps Changing On Me. It was Tim's intention to take the time to work some of the new songs that he wanted to release, but felt were not Enz material. On the radio documentary Enzology Tim says that he tried some of the songs out with the band (he names Fraction Too Much Friction), but it just wasn't working.

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Tim Finn is the self-titled album by New Zealand singer/songwriter Tim Finn. While much of Tim's fan base regards this album as his finest accomplishment, it went largely unnoticed outside of Australia and New Zealand. After this album, Tim and younger brother Neil decided to record a Finn Brothers album

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Singer/songwriter t Tim Finn was born in Te Awamutu, New Zealand. Influenced by not only British Invasion acts like the Beatles, the Move, and the Kinks, but also his Catholic upbringing and the communal singalongs of the native Maori people, Finn founded the '70s art-rock turne. .He joined his brother Neil Finn's band, Crowded House, for their Woodface album but left mid-tour and released his fourth solo album, Before and After in 1993. In 1995, he joined with Hothouse Flowers' Liam O Maonlai and Andy White, releasing an album under the group name ALT.

Finn recorded and released this first solo album in 1983 while still a member of the pioneering pop band from New Zealand that he co-founded. Thanks to the success of the album at the time, he decided to leave the group permanently and strike out on his own. Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Fraction Too Much Friction.


A Fraction Too Much Friction
B Below The Belt


  • Engineer – Mark Moffatt, Tim Kramer
  • Producer – Mark Moffatt, Ricky Fataar
  • Written-By – Tim Finn


(C)(P)1983 Mushroom Records Pty Ltd Australia
Marketed in New Zealand by Polygram Records under exclusive licence.

On the disc, the label also says "Enz Records".

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EPCA 3932, A 3932 Tim Finn Fraction Too Much Friction ‎(7", Single) Epic, Epic EPCA 3932, A 3932 Europe 1983
K9118, K-9118 Tim Finn Fraction Too Much Friction ‎(7", Single, Ltd) Mushroom, Mushroom K9118, K-9118 Australia 1983
EPC A-3932 Tim Finn Fraction Too Much Friction ‎(7", Single) Epic EPC A-3932 Spain 1983
EPCA 3932 Tim Finn Fraction Too Much Friction ‎(7", Single) Epic EPCA 3932 Portugal 1983
K-9118 Tim Finn Fraction Too Much Friction ‎(7", Single) Mushroom K-9118 Australia 1983

Tim Finn - Fraction Too Much Friction FLAC album
Fraction Too Much Friction
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1632 mb
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1420 mb
WMA size:
1321 mb
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