Manufactured and Distributed by Pye Limited. Original New Zealand issue, pressed and distributed in NZ by Pye using Australian lacquers.

Nas apresentações do grupo era comum o uso de roupas com cores berrantes, exagero em algumas performances, nas fotografias e outras esquisitices.

In 2000, when Rip It Up magazine (now in the responsible hands of Simon Grigg of audioculture.co.nz) collated votes to determine the top 100 New Zealand albums in the most recent-whenever, it was inevitable Split Enz' dramatic 1975 debut Mental Notes would come out at the top.
Such lists are often compiled with little sense of history beyond last year's last-thought . Their early albums and legendary live performances conjured a dedicated fan base that fed and clothed the band until radio friendly unit shifters like “I See Red “ … During the summer, Gillies left, Geoff Chunn was replaced by Paul (Emlyn) Crowther, and Geoff (Noel) Crombie joined on percussion. Although based in Melbourne and signed to the indie Australian company Mushroom Records for mo Original New Zealand issue, pressed and distributed in NZ by Pye using Australian lacquers. Label: Mushroom - L 35588,Mushroom - L-35,588 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock. Although based in Melbourne and signed to the indie Australian company Mushroom Records for most of their career, they remained as strongly identified with New Zealand as the buzzy-bee and the All Blacks. ℗1975 White Cloud Records. . 2007 Live In America; Tribute albums. Split Enz were a rock band from New Zealand founded in late 1972 as "Split Ends" by Tim Finn and Phil Judd. . 1996 ENZSO – A collection of Split Enz songs as performed by notable New Zealand artists such as Dave Dobbyn and Split Enz members Tim Finn and Neil Finn composed by Eddie Rayner and performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO). Not the same release as the, later, UK album of the same name. . Despite the complex song structure, the single showed the band moving toward a pop direction; nevertheless, it failed to have much impact. In 2000, when Rip It Up magazine (now in the responsible hands of Simon Grigg of audioculture.co.nz) collated votes to determine the top 100 New Zealand albums in the most recent-whenever, it was inevitable Split Enz' dramatic 1975 debut Mental Notes would come out at the top. Manufactured and Distributed by Pye Limited. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1975 Gatefold Vinyl release of Mental Notes on Discogs. Split Enz, a band that Australia would dearly love to call its own, was formed in New Zealand in 1973.

This lineup issued the group's debut full-length album Mental Notes in 1975. Split Enz emerged from the leftfield of the New Zealand music scene in the mid-1970s, but they gradually built a mainstream audience on both sides of the Tasman. The band name was changed to Split Enz at the beginning of 1974.