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Album: Clash of the Tartans
# Song Title   Time
1)    Stone of Kings
2)    Thistle Boy
3)    Mainland
4)    King O' Glasgow
5)    Will Ye Be Proud
6)    Ceilidh
7)    Wild Mountain Thyme
8)    Pagan Holiday
9)    Scots Wha' Ha'e
10)    Bastards
11)    McPherson's Rant
12)    To the Battle
13)    Auld Lang Syne
14)    MacLeod
 

Album: Clash of the Tartans
# Song Title   Time
1)    Stone of Kings
2)    Thistle Boy
3)    Mainland
4)    King O' Glasgow
5)    Will Ye Be Proud
6)    Ceilidh
7)    Wild Mountain Thyme
8)    Pagan Holiday
9)    Scots Wha' Ha'e
10)    Bastards
11)    McPherson's Rant
12)    To the Battle
13)    Auld Lang Syne
14)    MacLeod
 
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  • The Real McKenzies: A. Walker, Dinty Kunt Robertson (vocals, guitar); Angus MacFuzzybutt (vocals, bass); Paul Mckenzie (vocals); Mike MacDonalo (bagpipes); Glenn Knuger (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Brien O'Brien (drums); Alan MacLeod (bagpipes); Shannon Saunders, Angel Of Death (background vocals).
  • Recorded at Greenhouse Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Going back 23 years, Vancouver underground bands have always had a funnier sense of humor, and a penchant for making fun of themselves (while making really hot music) than any other scene. It's good to see the tradition, which goes back to the screw-off side-bands like Rude Norton and Sgt. Nick Penis Band, is extended via this amusing sextet (D.O.A.'s Joey Keithley's latest find for his Sudden Death label). The title of the Real McKenzies' second LP is apt: the group wears kilts and tam-o'-shanters on-stage (ladies, here's some leg action for you). Further, their records alternate between zippy, high-adrenaline, tight rock & roll punk such as "Stone of Kings," "Pagan Holiday," and "Celion" ("will ye ceilidh with me," ha ha), to a modernization of traditional Scottish folk as on "Mainland" -- and a rough mid-point with gruff singing such as "King O' Glasgow" (pronounced "Glass-gee," of course!). Sure there's bagpipes and an accordion. What did you think? There's always room for a good band that doesn't take itself too seriously and has a good gimmick. Lots o' fun, for lads and lasses. ~ Jack Rabid
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