|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Radiology - The Complete Anthology||20||Audio||2000||WEA Records|
|2||Up For Grabs||11||Audio||1981||Powderworks|
|4||You Have The Right To Remain Silent||5||Audio||1980||WEA|
|5||Hit And Run||2||Audio||1980||WEA|
|6||One Touch||2||Audio||1986||Warner Bros. Records|
|7||Scream Of The Real||11||Audio||1983||EMI Records Australia|
|8||Feel The Heat||10||Audio||1980||WEA|
|9||Scream Of The Real||11||Audio||1983||EMI|
|10||Life's A Gamble||11||Audio||1985||EMI Records Australia|
|12||Nasty Habits In Nice Children||11||Audio||1986||Mercury|
|13||You Have The Right To Remain Silent||5||Audio||1980||WEA|
|15||Life's A Gamble||4||Audio||1984||EMI|
Formed in 1978, The Radiators acheived immediate success in their native Australia with a string on hits, including “Comin’ Home”, “No Tragedy”, and the always controversal "Gimme Head". Together now for over 25 years, the band has reached Rock Icon status throughout Australia, touring with the likes of AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, and INXS. The Radiators have never been able to match their local popularity internationally, perhaps due in part to confusion with the American rock and Irish punk bands of the same name.
In The United States, they were released under the name "Rads."