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13: 25th Anniversary Edition - Head Like A Hole - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Head Like A Hole

Formed in Wellington, Head Like A Hole originally consisted of Booga Beazley, Nigel Regan, Andrew Durno and Mark Hamill. Like most young bands, they started out by playing small gigs at local pubs and at various well known live venues. Then quickly started touring the university circuit. The band soon made a name for themselves with energetic and often outrageous live performances, appearing on stage either naked, caked with mud, or covered completely in body paint.

Therefore forming a solid and dedicated following throughout the live music scene. Head like a Hole were soon signed to Wildside Records and began their recording career. 1992 saw the release of their debut album, 13 which the band largley produced themselves. The single Fish Across Face successfully made it into the New Zealand Top 10 charts. In keeping with Head Like a Hole tradition the video for Fish Across Face included a scene where Nigel regurgitates an orange substance into Booga’s mouth and was promptly pulled off air.
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13: 25th Anniversary Edition debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 10 April 2017. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for one week with a highest position of #24. There are three albums by Head Like A Hole in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for 13: 25th Anniversary Edition:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
10 Apr 2017 Top 40 Albums 24

Chart placings by Head Like A Hole:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
13: 25th Anniversary Edition Top 40 Albums 10 Apr 2017 1 24
Blood Will Out Top 40 Albums 11 Jul 2011 9 8
Narcocorrido Top 40 Albums 20 Apr 2015 1 12

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