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From the album KENTUCKY ! Order your copy NOW: Amazon: / iTunes: / Webstore:

Official video for 'In Our Dreams', the first single taken from our forthcoming fifth studio album, 'KENTUCKY', which is set for a 1st April release via the Mascot Label Group.

The video is set in a post-apocalyptic underwater world, 'Hydros', ruled by a nefarious leader. While the band play, the tale unfolds of two sisters separated in this society by a class structure. They're eventually reunited when a revolt topples the system and they escape to a new life above water.


If the world fell into the sea

My feet are wet today
My tears have soaked the pavement
My mind's runnin again
And all my hopes are fadin

If this is the way I don't wanna stay

If the world fell into the sea
Would you hold on and drown right here with me
If it's over I guess we're goin under
Please help me, the only place that's safe
Is right here in our dreams

Inside this desperate time
You've been my one true haven
And I just realized
That's all that's left worth Savin

Under the seams
The only place that's safe, is in our dreams

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Edge of Winter
Studio album by Sharon O'Neill
Released27 August 1990
ProducerAlan Mansfield
Sharon O'Neill chronology

Edge of Winter is the sixth studio album by New Zealand/Australian singer-songwriter Sharon O'Neill. The album was released by Polydor in August 1990. The album marks O'Neill's last solo studio album of new material. All the songs were written by O'Neill, or co-written with guitarist/keyboardist Alan Mansfield of Dragon,[1] who is also her domestic partner. O'Neil and Mansfield had written tracks for Dragon including "Young Years" for their 1989 album Bondi Road.[1] Mansfield also produced the album.

The album's lead single, "Satin Sheets", reached #106 in Australia.[2] The follow-up single, "Poster Girl", did not chart.


Sharon O'Neill began her career in the 1970s in New Zealand, then gained major success in Australia.[3] The early 1980s proved O'Neill's most commercially successful solo period,[3] however a legal battle with her then record company CBS caused a delay in her career.

O'Neill returned with 1987's Danced in the Fire on Polygram, which featured some biographical songs about the legal wrangles with CBD. "Edge of Winter" is her second album with Polydor Records.

In 2014 O'Neill was interviewed by Murray Cammick for Audio Culture. When speaking of her career with Polydor, she said: "It was great doing the two Polydor albums, I put a lot of hard work into them but the last album Edge Of Winter is as scarce as hen's teeth, I've only got one copy. They only made a certain amount."[4]

Track listing

All tracks were written by Sharon O'Neill and Alan Mansfield unless otherwise indicated.[1]

  1. "Prelude (To Edge of Winter)"
  2. "Satin Sheets"
  3. "In Our Dreams"
  4. "Strangers Come" (Sharon O'Neill)
  5. "Sunday Driving"
  6. "Little One"
  7. "Edge of Winter" (O'Neill)
  8. "Losing You" (O'Neill)
  9. "I Know You Love Me"
  10. "Missing Person" (O'Neill)
  11. "Poster Girl" (O'Neill)


  1. ^ a b c "Australasian Performing Right Association". APRA. Archived from the original on 2007-12-05. Retrieved 2008-10-13.  Note: requires user to input song title e.g. EDGE OF WINTER
  2. ^
  3. ^ a b Guest, Thomas J. (1991). Thirty Years Of Hits (1960–1990). Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia: M. J. Moloney. ISBN 0-646-04633-0. 
  4. ^ "Sharon O'Neill: The 9/12 transcript". Audio Culture. 6 May 2014. Retrieved 8 March 2017. 

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