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Imaginary Kingdom - Tim Finn - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Tim Finn

“Imagine there is an old stone wall at the bottom of your garden, beyond which is a beach and further out a volcanic island. You are sitting on the wall drinking coffee. It’s a radiant winter morning and you feel passing through each moment the exquisite rhythms of friendship and disappointment, encouragement and love.” Tim Finn on the mood of, The View Is Worth The Climb, Auckland 2011

Tim Finn stands barefoot at the studio microphone. There’s a music stand within arm’s reach and a holy picture sits next to a lyric sheet. The studio is littered with old analogue gear and reels of fresh tape. Producer Jacquire King looks at Finn from behind a high-tech console as the band adjust their volume. The singer takes a deep breath, looks back at the producer and smiles. Then the magic begins.
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Imaginary Kingdom debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 9 October 2006. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for five weeks with a highest position of #18. There are four albums by Tim Finn in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Imaginary Kingdom:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
09 Oct 2006 Top 40 Albums 21
16 Oct 2006 Top 40 Albums 18
23 Oct 2006 Top 40 Albums 23
30 Oct 2006 Top 40 Albums 26
06 Nov 2006 Top 40 Albums 29

Chart placings by Tim Finn:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Feeding The Gods Top 40 Albums 09 Jun 2002 2 27
Imaginary Kingdom Top 40 Albums 09 Oct 2006 5 18
The Anthology: North, South, East And West Top 40 Albums 28 Sep 2009 2 15
The View Is Worth The Climb Top 40 Albums 05 Sep 2011 2 28
What You've Done Top 40 Singles 11 Nov 2001 1 48

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