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    Like Comedy, in , was the Proclaimers' ninth studio effort and their first to be released on Cooking Vinyl records. In its sound a foray into blue-eyed soul, [48] the record enjoyed a .

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    Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Parlophone UK I'm on My Way ( Remaster) · The Proclaimers Sunshine On Leith ℗ Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company Engineer: Barry Hammond Vocals.

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    We first heard the Proclaimers on the Shrek soundtrack -- "I'm On My Way" -- and we wondered, "who ARE those guys?" They had such a great sound! So we did a little research, and picked up Sunshine on Leith. It's great!! Everything we hoped and expected. These boys have a terrific familial blending of voices, and their lyrics and melodies are /5(94).

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    As the Proclaimers, identical twin brothers Craig and Charlie Reid rose to global success in the late '80s, playing a charismatic amalgam of rock, folk, soul, and country sung in close brotherly harmony and proudly bearing their thick Scottish accents. Cutting their teeth first as an acoustic duo, they added a band for 's Sunshine on Leith, and landed a worldwide hit with the wildly catchy.

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I'm On My Way on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - CLAIM 4 • Format: Vinyl 7 The Proclaimers - I'm On My Way (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(8).

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    THE PROCLAIMERS - I'M ON MY WAY - 7" 45 VINYL RECORD - AU $ + AU $ shipping. THE PROCLAIMERS I'm On My Way PICTURE SLEEVE 7" 45 record + juke box strip. AU $ + AU $ shipping. Picture Information. Opens image .

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    Aug 26,  · The Proclaimers - I'm On My Way (Hey Hey It's Saturday) - Duration: ohnoitisnathan85 24, views. Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Vol 1 Vol 2 Full Soundtrack - Duration:

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    Jun 18,  · The Proclaimers have stuck doggedly to their guns, refusing to forsake their treacle-thick Scottish accents (a decision they sing about on "Throw the R Away") or their worldview (witness titles such as "I Want to Be a Christian" or "Let's Get Married"). In their perverse and obstinate way, the Proclaimers are about as rock & roll as it gets/5().

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