Released: May 13, 2006
12 Tracks
Singles: It Aint Funny How We Don't Talk Anymore, Friends Like You (iTunes)
Notes: Convicts was recorded in sixteen days over a three month period in five studios. Produced by Greg Wales in Sydney during 2005, it is described by Rusty as "a little bit punk, a little bit psychedelic with a beating heart of pure energy".

Convicts Page



Released: September 5, 2005
19 Tracks
Singles: Do It Again (Radio only)
Notes: Tim's second album with The Temperence Union. Dirty Ron is raucous rock while Ghost Songs contains acoustic based tunes and includes guest appearances by Missy Higgins, Rebecca Barnard & Donna Simpson (The Waifs).

Ghost Songs / Dirty Ron Page


SPIT polish

Released: April 26, 2004
12 Tracks
Singles: Fiction (Radio only)
Notes: Recorded and mixed at Yikesville Studios, Melbourne with Shane O'Mara. Tim is joined on the album with The Temperence Union, made up of Stuart Speed on bass Ian Kittney on drums and Shane O'Mara on guitar.

Spit Polish Page



Released: September 15, 2003
2 Versions: 33 Track Limited Edition Double CD & 15 Track Standard Single CD
Notes: A Collection of singles and the bands own favourites. Features two brand new songs: "What They Do At Night" and "Mr Kermode And The Million Matches".
Also includes a previously unreleased recording of "Trouble" with Tim on vocals.

The Cream & The Crock Page


'NO, AFTER YOU SIR...' AN introduction to you am I

Released: May, 2003 - UK Only
17 Tracks
Notes: A UK only compilation album released through Transcopic Records. Comprising of singles and album tracks from the first 5 albums, this release was intended to be more of a retrospective than a "greatest hits" style record.

No, After You Sir Page



Released: September, 2002
12 Tracks
Singles: Who Put The Devil In You (Sept 02, Radio only), Deliverance (March 03)
Notes: Produced by You Am I and Paul McKercher. Deliverance was recorded at Melbourne's Sing Sing studios in January 2002.

Deliverance Page


Dress me slowly

Released: April, 2001
13 Tracks
Singles: Damage (Oct 2000), Get Up (March 2001),
Kick A Hole In The Sky (July 2001)
Notes: Majority of the album recorded at Sydney's Q Studios in mid 2000 with American producer Cliff Norell and Paul McKercher in late 2000.

Dress Me Slowly Page


...saturday night, 'round ten

Released: November, 1999
17 Tracks (+1 Unlisted Track)
Singles: 'Round Ten (Radio single)
Notes: Live album. Tracks culled from three gigs recorded over the "Technicolour Weekend" in July 1999 in a cold and bleak Casa del Resaca warehouse in Richmond.

...Saturday Night, Round Ten Page


what rHYmes with cars and girls

Released: March, 1999
11 Tracks
Singles: I Left My Heart All Over The Place, You've Been So Good To Me So Far
Notes: Tim Rogers' first solo album with his band "The Twin Set". Recorded with Jen Anderson (Weddings Parties Anything) who plays various instruments on the album.

What Rhymes With Cars And Girls Page


#4 Record

Released: April, 1998
12 Tracks
Singles: What I Don't Know 'Bout You (Feb '98), Rumble (April '98),
Heavy Heart (Aug 98)
Notes: Recorded during July 1997 in America at Hollywood's Sunset Studios, where the Rolling Stones' Exile on Main Street was mixed. Produced by George Drakoulias.

#4 Record Page


hourly, daily (international)

Released: June, 1997
15 Tracks (+1 Hidden Track)
Singles: Mr Milk (Nov 95), Soldiers (July 96), Good Mornin' (Sept 96),
Tuesday (Feb 97), Trike (June 97)
Notes: International version includes the tracks Trike and Opportunities in place of Someone Else's Home and Moon Shines On Trubble.

Hourly, Daily (International) Page


hourly, daily

Released: July, 1996
15 Tracks (+1 Hidden Track)
Singles: Mr Milk (Nov 95), Soldiers (July 96), Good Mornin' (Sept 96),
Tuesday (Feb 97)
Notes: Recorded at Q Studios, Sydney during December 1995 by Wayne Connolly and Paul McKercher and was mixed by David Bianco (Teenage Fanclub).

Hourly, Daily Page


hi fi way

Released: February 1995
14 Tracks
Singles: Cathy's Clown (Feb 95), Jewels & Bullets (April 95),
Purple Sneakers (June 95)
Notes: Recorded at Greene Street Studios, New York from September 15-22, 1994. Produced by Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth). Mixed by Ranaldo & Jon Auer (The Posies).

Hi Fi Way Page


sound as ever

Released: November 1993
13 Tracks
Singles: Adam's Ribs (Oct 93), Berlin Chair (Feb 94), Jaimmes Got A Gal (May 94)
Notes: Recorded at Pachyderm Studio in rural Cannon Falls, Minnesota from July 27 - Aug 3, 93. Engineered by Wayne Connolly & produced by Lee Ranaldo, (Sonic Youth)

Sound As Ever Page

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