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Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie - Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie (CD)

On 17.08.2019 by Shakagar With 1 Comments - Alternative


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    Fenrirr 19.08.2019
    Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie discography and songs: Music profile for Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie, formed Genres: Pop Rock, Post-Punk. Albums include Good Deeds and Dirty Rags, The Rattler, and Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie.
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    Tasar 19.08.2019
    Aug 26,  · About Goodbye Mr MacKenzie One of Scotland’s most iconic rock bands, Goodbye Mr MacKenzie will be re-reissuing their seminal album ‘Good Deeds and Dirty Rags’. Inspired by the massive success of their year anniversary tour, they are doing a vinyl and CD reissue of the album .
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    Aralar 19.08.2019
    Five is the third album from the Scottish group Goodbye Mr Mackenzie and was self-released in by the band on their own label Blokshok Records. It has a rougher edge to it than their two previous major label albums, partly due to Martin Metcalfe being inspired by grunge music and The Pixies.
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    Mezikazahn 24.08.2019
    Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie Profile: UK group whose members were Martin Metcalfe - Vocals, John Duncan - Guitars, Shirley Manson - Keyboards & Vocals, Rona Scobie - Keyboards & Vocals, Fin Wilson - Bass and Derek Kelly - Drums.
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    Kazram 22.08.2019
    Browse all products in the Goodbye Mr Mackenzie category from Blokshok.
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    Vudorr 24.08.2019
    Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie is a single by Scottish alternative rock group Goodbye Mr bigsnonabermalinmucelrobilamcess.coinfo was their debut major label single, recorded for EMI's Capitol Records, following a string of well-received independent bigsnonabermalinmucelrobilamcess.coinfoted by the band performing the single live on national music show The Tube, "Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie" was the band's first single to reach the Top 75 of the UK Genre: Alternative rock, new wave.
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    Dik 26.08.2019
    Aug 09,  · The group released a string of singles over the next year (including a re-recorded version of The Rattler), all of which hovered in the mid-regions of the Top Their album Good Deeds & Dirty Rags fared slightly better, charting at number 27; however, Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie and Capitol parted ways; the Mackenzies signed to Parlophone and Capitol released a B-sides and live collection.
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    Tekora 19.08.2019
    Goodbye Mr. MacKenzie released their first album, Good Deeds and Dirty Rags, in It entered the UK charts at No and the band quickly attracted a large, loyal support north of the border. Incredible live shows and singles like the top 40 hit ‘The Rattler’, in particular, further cemented a fond place in many a Scottish heart.

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