Suburban Boy [b/w Donna] single, EMI Custom PRS2499
The original Dave Warner’s From The Suburbs’ The Victoria Tapes recorded at the Victoria Hotel, June 1977. The band was Dave Warner (vocals, keyboards), Johnny Leopard (guitar), John Dennison (keyboards), Haydn Pickersgill (bass), Stuart Davies-Slate (drums).
Summer ’78 [b/w Australian Heat] single
Bicton Records BR 001
Suburban Boy [b/w Clarke’s Bolero] single
Mushroom Records K7265
Mug’s Game album, cassette and CD
Mushroom Records L36759 [CD: MUSH32071.2]
Free Kicks album and cassette
Mushroom Records L36910
Nothing to Lose [b/w African Summer] single
Mushroom Records K7384
The East Fremantle Team Song [b/w Instrumental]
Festival Custom MX 54953/4
Free Kicks [b/w Kangaroo Hop] single
Mushroom Records K7562
Correct Weight album and cassette
Mushroom Records L37124
This is My Planet album Mercury Records 6437 146
Kookaburra Girl [b/w Little Miss Dynamite] single Mercury Records
Half-Time at the Football [b/w Lonely Barroom Crawler]
12″ single Bicton Records BR 002
Warner in the Wild [VIDEO] Tour of outback WA, shot on
16mm film. Features only recorded version of Zip’n’Blast
Meanwhile in the Suburbs [mini-album] viny and cassette
Musicland MUS MLP 2003
The Dark Side of the Scrum album and cassette
J&B Records JB374C
Key to the City [b/w They Can’t Take This Night Away] cassingle Redback Records
Suburban Sprawl [compilation] album, cassette and CD
Mushroom Records D 30415
Suburban Sprawl: The Video
Compilation of videos of Suburban Boy, Nothing to Lose, Joey Black, Wimbledon,
Meanwhile in the Suburbs, Kookaburra Girl, Free Kicks.
Surplus & Dearth CD
DRAW Music 333888
Loose Men, Tight Shorts cassette [as The Scoring Flank]
This is Your Planet CD [re-release of This Is My Planet]
DRAW Music DRAW 333893
East Fremantle is Football [Centenary Song] cassette
Available from East Fremantle Football Club PO Box 43, Palmyra, WA, 6157
Swans Songs Six-track CD
Columbia 491806 2
Bulldogs Howl Five-track CD
DRAW Music D21052
Saints on the March Five-track CD
DRAW Music D21051
Live at the Raffles Hotel 1986 and 1991 [VIDEO]
Features the only recorded version of Rivers of the World
Suburbs In The 70s Live Double CD
The King & Me Soundtrack CD
SURPLUS AND DEARTH digital reissue. The original album is now available for download (Cd Baby) and streaming.
NO GOOD CAN COME FROM THIS (single) an original song written by Dave Warner and Martin Cilia in the style of early 60s, this song goes with Dave’s crime novel RIVER OF SALT and is downloadable from CD Baby and available for streaming.
DARK SIDE OF THE SCRUM (album reissue) All bar two of the original songs from the original album are now re-mastered and available for download from CD Baby and streaming.
MERRY AUSSIE CHRISTMAS (single) Dave plugs the only gap in his musical repertoire with this original feel-good Aussie Christmas tune written with Martin Cilia and Tony Cooper. Nicole Warner, Bill Beare and Dick Haynes help with vocals and Tony Durant with vocal arrangement.
FOREVER AND A DAY – NICOLE Dave and Martin Cilia wrote all the tracks on this album for Dave’s wife Nicole over a period of nearly thirty years. The songs are in a country-pop-rnb style and Dave guests on the final duet DON’T GO a duet with Nicole.
MUGS GAME DOUBLE VINYL REISSUE The original vinyl album Mugs Game, reissued under Dave’s Bicton Records label with a bonus double-sided elpee featuring early demos recorded in London in 1976 with Tony Durant (previously available on the Mugs Game bonus CD) and with NEVER BEFORE RELEASED TRACKS from an ABC Perth recording session that includes the monumental Johnny Leopard Ballad of Coyote Pass. Also included Clarke’s Bolero (flip side of the Mushroom Suburban Boy single) and Free Kicks the follow up single to Suburban Boy.