Various - Double Scottish Gold - Volume 1 mp3 album
Title front cover - Double Scottish Gold Title inside - Double Scottish Gold Vo. Title on front of CD - Double Scottish Gold Volume 1. Volume one CD given away free with the Daily Record newspaper. Packaged in a gate-fold card sleeve that also lists the tracks for volume two (free with the Sunday Mail the following day). Matrix, Runout: OPT-AL DRSCOTCD004 @ 1 010216-NL.
The Best Scottish Album in the World. Despite the first volume only entering at it achieved at least Gold status, whilst the second volume received Platinum status. Like volume 1, there was an exclusive on the album: Brian May's cover of "God Save the Queen" recorded on top of Buckingham Palace in 2002. Also featured was Queen's "One Vision" and many pop punk and nu metal songs which were fairly recent at the time of release.
BIG GOLD DREAMS documents the vibrant independent music scene to emerge in Scotland across the late 70s and 80s. Initially ignited by punk, labels sprang up in Glasgow, Edinburgh and elsewhere to give a voice to the explosion of new acts across the country. BIG GOLD DREAMS documents the vibrant independent music scene to emerge in Scotland across the late 70s and 80s. Named after Fire Engines’ memorable single and Grant McPhee’s recent TV and DVD documentary, BIG GOLD DREAMS includes many of the Scottish music scene’s most important names as well as countless obscurities.
Live In Concert In Ireland. The 78th Fraser Highlanders Pipe Band. The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.
A double album (or double record) is an audio album which spans two units of the primary medium in which it is sold, typically records and compact disc. A double album is usually, though not always, released as such because the recording is longer than the capacity of the medium.
1. Troy's Wedding/The Biddy From Sligo - Ossian. Listen to Scottish Gold in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
356184 Catalog number: Year: 2004. ‹ Nitro Man - Sahara Tempest. Various - Sigma Gold Volume 1 .
The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volumes I-VI. The Songs of Scotland of the Past Half Century. Wi' mickle gold and white monie; She's gotten the keys of the prison strong, And she has set young Beichan free. Ye're ne'er a whit the worse for me; And whan ye return to your own countrie, A double dower I'll send with thee. He's taen Susie Pye by the white hand, And gently led her up and down
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||–Deacon Blue||Wages Day
Written-By – Ricky Ross
|2||–Orange Juice||Rip It Up
Written-By – David McClymont, Edwyn Collins, Malcolm Ross, Zeke Manyika
|3||–Del Amitri||Nothing Ever Happens
Written-By – Justin Currie
Written-By – Mark E. Nevin*
Written-By – Darius Danesh, Deni Lew, Peter Wilfred Glenister*
|6||–Rod Stewart||Reason To Believe
Written-By – Tim Hardin
|7||–Kelly Marie||Feels Like I'm In Love
Written-By – Dorset*
|8||–Bay City Rollers||Shang A Lang
Written-By – Martin, Coulter*
Lyrics By, Music By – Dougie MacLean
Written-By – Lennon, McCartney*
|11||–Gearbox||Song No. 2||3:03|
|13||–The Gadgetts||Drive Your Car||2:41|
|14||–De Ja Vu||Legs Akimbo||3:33|
|15||–The V88s||Session 9||3:11|
NotesThis album is ℗ and © 2005 Daily Record.
Title front cover - Double Scottish Gold
Title inside - Double Scottish Gold Vol.1
Title on front of CD - Double Scottish Gold Volume 1
Volume one CD given away free with the Daily Record newspaper.
Packaged in a gate-fold card sleeve that also lists the tracks for volume two (free with the Sunday Mail the following day).
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- Matrix / Runout: OPT-AL DRSCOTCD004 @ 1 010216-NL