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Hard Act To Follow

This article is about the Grinspoon song. For the Split Enz song, see Hard Act To Follow (Split Enz song).
"Hard Act to Follow"
Thrills, Kills & Sunday Pills
Released August 9, 2004
Format CD single
Recorded 2004
Genre Post-grunge
Length 3:28
Label Universal Records
Producer Howard Benson
Grinspoon singles chronology

1000 Miles
(2003)
Hard Act to Follow
(2004)
Better Off Alone
(2004)

"Hard Act to Follow" is a song by Grinspoon and was released as the lead single from their fourth studio album Thrills, Kills & Sunday Pills. It reached No. 24 on the ARIA Singles Chart[1] and was ranked #16 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.

The song was written by Phil Jamieson and Pat Davern.

The song was performed by Grinspoon at the closing ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

Track listing

  1. Hard Act to Follow [3:28]
  2. Nasty [3:17]
  3. Find Your Own Way Home [2:45]
  4. Hurricane [5:13]
  5. Hard Act to Follow (Video)

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