Limited LP: White Vinyl
Compass Records is proud to announce the release of Colin Hay’s (Men at Work) 2001 classic ‘Going Somewhere’ on LP for the first time. The release will include a limited pressing of white vinyl. For many of his newer fans, that weren’t already familiar with Men At Work, ‘Going Somewhere’ was their point of discovery of Colin Hay and his music. The album includes some of Colin’s best known solo work, including “Beautiful World,” “Waiting For My Real Life To Begin, and “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You,” which was featured in the hit film, Garden State.
That song has gone on to be featured in numerous television shows including Dawson’s Creek, Judging Am and Scrubs where it was sung by the entire cast. Writing about the song, guitarist John Mayer said: “This is without a doubt my favorite song of the year. I’m still trying for a tune like this of my own. It’s my favorite kind of ballad, ‘chin up’ sadness that even a cold bastard would get swept away by - ‘And if I lived til I could no longer climb my stairs / I just don’t think I’ll ever get over you.’ No further comments.”
Beautiful World / Looking For Jack / Going Somewhere / Waiting For My Real Life To Begin (Radio Edit) / Don’t Wait Up / Wayfaring Strangers / Lifeline / Water Song / Maggie / I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You (Radio Edit)