|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rip It Up||2||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|2||Motor's Too Fast||2||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|3||Fall Of Rome||4||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|4||James Reyne||11||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|5||Fall Of Rome (Rock Mix)||4||Audio||1987||EMI|
|6||Motor's Too Fast||4||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|7||Rip It Up||4||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|8||R. O. C. K.||2||Audio||1985||Freestyle Records (5)|
|10||One More River||2||Audio||1989||Capitol Records|
|11||Trouble In Paradise||2||Audio||1989||Capitol Records|
|12||Wonderful Today||3||Audio||1998||Roadshow Entertainment|
|13||Not Waving Drowning||3||Audio||1998||Roadshow Entertainment|
|14||Brand New Emperor's Clothes||4||Audio||1997||Roadshow Entertainment|
|15||It's Only Natural||4||Audio||1995||rooArt|
|16||Way Out West||3||Audio||1992||EMI Music Australia|
|17||Hard Reyne||11||Audio||1989||Capitol Records|
|18||Electric Digger Dandy||11||Audio||1991||Virgin|
|19||The Whiff Of Bedlam||12||Audio||1994||rooArt|
|20||Live In Rio||18||Audio||1995||rooArt|
|21||Design For Living||24||Audio||1999-02-00||Roadshow Entertainment|
|22||Speedboats For Breakfast||11||Audio||2004-04-00||Liberation Music|
|23||...And The Horse You Rode In On!||15||Audio||2004||Liberation Blue|
|24||Every Man A King||12||Audio||2007||Liberation Music|
|25||Ghost Ships||15||Audio||2007||Liberation Blue|
|26||Hard Reyne||11||Audio||1989-05-00||Capitol Records|
|27||James Reyne||11||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|28||James Reyne||11||Audio||1988-04-00||Capitol Records|
|30||James Reyne||11||Audio||1988-04-00||Capitol Records|
|32||Electric Digger Dandy||10||Audio||1991||Virgin|
|33||Fall Of Rome||2||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|34||The Definitive Collection||44||Audio||2004||EMI|
|35||Fall Of Rome||3||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|36||Design For Living||14||Audio||1999-02-00||Roadshow Entertainment|
|37||Any Day Above Ground||11||Audio||1991||Virgin|
|38||James Reyne||11||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|39||Hammerhead (LP Version)||4||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|40||Fall Of Rome||4||Audio||1987|
|41||James Reyne Frames||9||Audio||1990-03-14|
|42||One More River||3||Audio||1989||Capitol Records|
|43||Motor's Too Fast||2||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|44||Always The Way||2||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|45||Fall Of Rome (Rock Mix)||3||Audio||1988||Capitol Records|
|46||Any Day Above Ground||11||Audio||1991||Charisma Records|
|47||Design For Living||14||Audio||Liberation Music|
|48||Heaven On A Stick||2||Audio||1987||Capitol Records|
|49||House Of Cards||2||Audio||1989|
|50||Electric Digger Dandy||11||Audio||1991||Virgin|
Born in Lagos, Nigeria to an Australian mother and an English father, James' family migrated to Australia in the early 60's, settling in Victoria's Mornington Peninsula area. Leaving law school to study drama at the Victorian College of the Arts, James' musical career initially took hold in the early 80's when he and some friends formed the band Australian Crawl.
With his prolific song writing and unique vocal style, James led Australian Crawl to the top of the Australian music scene. The band's popularity skyrocketed with all of their albums achieving top 5 status, winning numerous band, music and video awards, while James won hurrahs for the best male vocalist for 3 consecutive years. He also won acclaim as a songwriter - the song "RECKLESS" earning him a place in the league of homegrown greats.
Australian Crawl achieved a success that assured them a place in Australian music history.
After the band split in 1986, James spent some time in the United States and Europe, returning to Australia in 1988.
His first self-titled solo album went triple platinum and included three top 10 singles. In the following years James released two more solo albums, "HARD REYNE" and "ELECTRIC DIGGER DANDY", which mirrored the success of the first.
Being somewhat beguiled by the experience of working in an ensemble, James joined country music star James Blundell and recorded the classic Dingoes song "WAY OUT WEST" which exploded into the number 1 position on the Australian charts.
He next joined compadres Daryl Braithwaite, Jef Scott and Simon Hussey on the album "THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS", from which four top 10 singles were hewn.
James then returned to Los Angeles to record with renowned producer Stewart Levine, arriving back in 1995 with the CD "THE WHIFF OF BEDLAM".
In 1999 James recorded and released the CD "DESIGN FOR LIVING" with friends and brothers Scott and Brett Kingman.
Throughout his career James has appeared in several and varied theatrical, film and television productions and concert events, the more visible of these including "Return To Eden", "Tina; What's Love Got To Do With It?", television drama "State Coroner" and "The Little Shop Of Horrors".
2004 saw the completion of "Speedboats For Breakfast", released on Liberation Records, followed in 2005 with the special Liberation Blue acoustic series CD …"AND THE HORSE YOU RODE IN ON"" which allowed James to revisit many of the above titles with little more than a lone acoustic guitar underpinning his most distinctive voice.
James toured Australia during 2005 – 2006, all the while writing and recording. For those with children, you may have seen two Children's book / CDs in stores where James' recordings come to life courtesy of Wendy Straw's illustrations. The first two books were Mr Froggy & Save The Bones For Henry Jones. The third book in this series, The Little Engine was released in June 2007. James also co-hosted (with Tracee Hutchison) DIG TV for ABC 2 during this period.
2007 saw the release of "EVERY MAN A KING", his eighth solo album.
Also in bands Spiff Rouch & Clutch Cargo.