|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Sound Of Breaking Up / Time Unlimited||2||Audio||Not On Label|
|2||The Sound Of Breaking Up||4||Audio||2001-10-29||Eleven: A Music Company|
|3||Just The Thing||4||Audio||2001-05-01||Eleven: A Music Company|
|4||3000 Feet High||25||Audio||2001-08-06||Eleven: A Music Company|
|6||3000 Feet High||14||Audio||2001-08-06||Eleven: A Music Company|
|7||Sunshine Eyes||3||Audio||2005-09-25||Eleven: A Music Company|
|8||Panic Room||16||Audio||2005-10-17||Eleven: A Music Company|
|9||Gonna Miss You||5||Audio||2002|
|11||Panic Room||10||Audio||2005-10-17||Eleven: A Music Company|
|12||Heatseeking Pleasure Machine||4||Audio||2001||Eleven: A Music Company|
|13||Heatseeking Pleasure Machine||4||Audio||2001||Eleven: A Music Company|
|14||Panic Room / Sunshine Eyes||3||Audio||2005||Eleven: A Music Company|
Australian producer and DJ, primarily known as [b]Paul Mac[/b], not to be confused with the UK techno producer of the same name.
Mac formed the bands Smash Mac Mac, Itch-e And Scratch-e, Boo Boo And Mace, The Lab and The Dissociatives as well as releasing records under his own name. He has also played with Severed Heads and Silverchair.
Paul Mac has produced remixes for Silverchair, Powderfinger, The Mark of Cain, Grinspoon, The Cruel Sea, INXS and Placebo. He has also done soundtrack work for Baz Luhrmann and on the films Head On and Sample People. He also worked as musical director on the Australian TV show Good News Week.