The Wiggles is the debut album by the Australian children's band The Wiggles, released in 1991 by ABC Music distributed by EMI. As a student music project at Macquarie University, the band assembled a group of songs reworked from The Cockroaches as well as arrangements of children's music. It is the only album to feature the fifth wiggle Phillip Wilcher. The album sold 100,000 copies, and received Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) and Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) awards.
Wiggle Time! " is the Wiggles' 11th album, released in Australia on August 30, 2000. Titled after the video of the same name, it is essentially a re-release of Here Comes a Song, although it omits some tracks. It also adds new recordings of songs from the debut album, however the original 1992 recordings of Henry the Octopus, Whenever I Hear This Music, and Dorothy's Birthday Party are used.
Album WASTEISOLATION. I couldn't go I couldn't stay I couldn't go I couldn't stay I couldn't I couldn't. Is it really like you say? Does it really come in waves? Does it really work that way?
Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle. Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle. American Ninja Warrior Junior. Top Girl Power Ninja Runs.
|A1||Wiggle It (Hip Hop Funk Edit)|
|A2||Wiggle It (Original Mix)|
|A3||Wiggle It (Boomapella)|
|B1||Wiggle It (Euro Mix)|
|B2||Wiggle It (D.J. Smoke Mix)|
|B3||Wiggle It (Instrumental)|
|DK9876||Invisible||Wiggle It (CD, Single)||Invisible Productions||DK9876||US||1995|