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Down To The Minimum - Goodbye Mr Mackenzie* - Hammer And Tongs (CD, Album)


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1991
Label: Radioactive - RARD 10227 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Down To The Minimum - Goodbye Mr Mackenzie* - Hammer And Tongs (CD, Album)

  1. Dagore
    Mar 27,  · Something has gone wrong with Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie – they are all over the place and everywhere up to no good. Starting with a decent post punk rock “Blacker Than Black” they keep going downhill song by song. “Won’t you come on down, down with me to the place they burn depravity? Won’t you come on down, down with me to the burning/5(10).
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  2. Vijas
    Label: Radioactive - RAR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock Goodbye Mr Mackenzie* - Hammer And Tongs (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(6).
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  3. Samutaxe
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hammer and Tongs - Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie on AllMusic - - Original UK version of MCA /
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  4. JoJosida
    Like a lot of folks, I got into Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie through Shirley Manson. When I found the self-titled album in a cut-out bin at a local record store a few years back I wasn't sure what to expect and I was plesantly surprised at how good it was. Most of the songs from the self-titled album are here on "Hammer And Tongs"/5(3).
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  5. Groll
    Hammer and Tongs is the second album from the Scottish rock group Goodbye Mr oszisupplidsbacdi.tiaphabedihdezilteraterteveket.co was recorded in Germany in , at Berlin's Hansa Ton Studios just as the Fall of the Berlin Wall occurred. The album sat on the shelf for almost 18 months, in which time the band were transferred across EMI record labels, from Capitol to Parlophone, who released two singles from the album in
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  6. Brasar
    Listen free to Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie – Hammer and Tongs (Blacker Than Black, Bold John Barleycorn and more). 9 tracks (). Country: United Kingdom Format: LP Catalogue Number: RAR (Radioactive) Includes Now We Are Married instead of Walking On A Shoefly The release was also issued on Radioactive rather than Parlaphone which the promos were issued on.
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  7. Gardajin
    Like a lot of folks, I got into Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie through Shirley Manson. When I found the self-titled album in a cut-out bin at a local record store a few years back I wasn't sure what to expect and I was plesantly surprised at how good it was. Most of the songs from the self-titled album are here on "Hammer And Tongs"/5(5).
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  8. Yozshushicage
    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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  9. Daisida
    Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie. A Scottish band I know almost nothing about. It started with my buying a CD single of theirs, more for the interesting cover because I had never heard of them – but the name, a title of a book by Jean Rhys, intrigued me too. I liked it and bought a couple of others and then the album Hammer and Tongs. ().
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