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08.10.2019

Forever Young - The Proclaimers - Lets Hear It For The Dogs (CD, Album)

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  1. Let’s Hear It for the Dogs - The Proclaimers. Track List. You Built Me Up The Other Side Forever Young Ten Tiny Fingers Through Him Rainbows & Happy Regrets Moral Compass Purchase music by The Proclaimers. More Purchase music by The Proclaimers. More from The Proclaimers. Search Search. Latest in the North East.
  2. The Proclaimers release their 10th studio album on April 27th ‘Let’s Hear It For The Dogs’ (Cooking Vinyl). The album was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales and produced by Dave Eringa (The Who, Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey, Manic Street Preachers, Idlewild). saw Dave produce and mix the new single for The Who called ‘Be Lucky’ and enjoy great UK and international success.
  3. Apr 27,  · Let’s Hear It for the Dogs is that kind of album. The lyrics are characteristically blunt and hilarious. The singing is impassioned, anchored by Craig’s lead vocals and enlivened by Charlie’s unpredictable harmonies. The boys sound like they are having /5(86).
  4. Continuing a regular album release schedule over the previous 15 years and reliable quality since the duo's debut over 25 years prior, Let's Hear It for the Dogs delivers more of Craig and Charlie Reid's jaunty '50s and '60s R&B-, soul-, and country-influenced pop with 13 /5(4).
  5. Best known for the hit singles "I'm Gonna Be ( Miles)," "Sunshine on Leith," "I'm On My Way," and "Letter From America," the identical Scottish twins known as The Proclaimers have announced the release of their 10th studio album, LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE DOGS, out May 5th on Compass Records.
  6. On April 27th The Proclaimers release their 10th studio album 'Let's Hear It For The Dogs'. The album was recorded at Rockfield Studios and produced by Dave Eringa (The Who, Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey, The Manic Street Preachers, Idlewild). saw Dave produce and mix The Who - 'Be Lucky' and enjoyed international success with Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey's album 'Going Back Home'/5(90).
  7. Album Description. Continuing a regular album release schedule over the previous 15 years and reliable quality since the duo's debut over 25 years prior, Let's Hear It for the Dogs delivers more of Craig and Charlie Reid's jaunty '50s and '60s R&B-, soul-, and country-influenced pop with 13 original songs and, this time, no covers.
  8. Best known for the hit singles “I’m Gonna Be ( Miles),” “Sunshine On Leith,” “I’m On My Way,” and “Letter From America,” the identical Scottish twins known as the Proclaimers present their 10th studio album, Let’s Hear It For The Dogs. The quirky pair has carved a niche for their brand of sing-along raucousness and witty, vulnerable songwriting at the junction of pop.
  9. Let’s Hear It for the Dogs is that kind of album. The lyrics are characteristically blunt and hilarious. The singing is impassioned, anchored by Craig’s lead vocals and enlivened by Charlie’s unpredictable harmonies. The boys sound like they are having more fun than they’ve had on any album in a long time. And the band is in fine form/5(87).

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