• Summary

  • Delta Goodrem is Australia’s most successful singer-songwriter. Signing to Sony Music at just 15, she has had global success achieving four #1 albums and nine #1 singles, cementing herself as a global music icon. The Delta GoodReview is a fan podcast hosted by UK fans Bryn, Jason and Kyle. Every episode will have in-depth discussions on the songs and performances through Delta’s career. So stop and rewind, as we take you back through the eras which have brought iconic hits Born to Try, Innocent Eyes, Wings and many more.
    The Delta Goodrem Fan Podcast
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Episodes
  • Standalone Releases

    Mar 27 2021
    I don’t, I don’t know what this is, but I know I love it... In this episode, we take a look back at all the songs Delta Goodrem has released over her career which were neither part of a studio album nor a B-side. This includes standalone singles from 2001’s ‘I Don’t Care’ all the way up to 2020’s ‘Let It Rain’, plus the soundtrack album ‘I Honestly Love You’ from the 2018 Olivia Newton-John biopic.
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    54 mins
  • B-sides

    Feb 27 2021
    It’s the moment you’ve been Waiting For Forever for. In this episode Kyle, Jason and guest host Paddy Ljinders discuss all of Delta Goodrem’s B-sides tracks. So close your eyes and Visualise, as tracks spanning twenty years and six eras are Uncovered.
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    1 hr
  • Wings of the Wild

    Jan 30 2021

    Join Jason, Kyle & Bryn as they discuss the Fearless Queen Delta Goodrem’s 5th studio album, the #1 record Wings of the Wild.

    Hear an exclusive interview with director Anthony Rose who worked with Delta on four music videos: I Don’t Care, A Little Too Late, Wings and Dear Life.

    And find out who knows all the lyrics to the Heavy middle-8!

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    1 hr and 3 mins

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