Australian band Noiseworks shaped in Sydney in 1985. Playing hard rock and roll that owed just as much to Australian pub rings such as Chilly Chisel since it do to American rings like Bon Jovi, Noiseworks continued to become one of the most successful Australian rock and roll acts from the past due ’80s. The music group released their self-titled debut in 1987, and it became an instantaneous success, because of the effectiveness of the singles “No Lays,” “Thanks for visiting the entire world,” and “Consider Me Back again.” Noiseworks proceeded to go triple platinum in Australia, offering over 210,000 copies. Their follow-up, 1989’s Contact had not been as successful, but nonetheless offered over 150,000 models. For 1991’s Like vs Cash, the music group stripped away a number of the synthesised components of their audio, aiming for a variety of straightforward rock and roll and dance grooves. Like vs Money created two singles by means of “RIP Millie” as well as the Cult-influenced “Hot Chilli Female.” Not surprisingly, Love vs Cash could not surpass the achievement of their debut, as well as the band split up shortly soon after. A best-of record made an appearance in 1994. New Zealand-born lead vocalist Jon Stevens continued to carve out an effective solo profession, while band people Steve Balbi and Justin Stanley resurfaced within the mid-’90s using the short-lived Electric powered Hippies. In 1999, Stevens and first people Stuart Fraser and Kevin Nichol reformed the group beneath the moniker Noiseworks II.