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Tracklist

1Falling Out With The Future4:34
2Hornophobic4:22
314th Century Nightlife5:00
4Liberty Lounge
DrumsPengy
6:04
5When The World Was Young4:59
6Sing That Song Again5:04
7The Soul That Sighs5:37
8Wild Is The Wind
Twelve-String GuitarKenny Brady
Written-ByTiompkin*, Washington*
3:57
9Mother Earth
Written-ByMael*, Mael*
3:08
10Return To Love5:08
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Recorded in London, Auchterhouse Dundee and Edinburgh between 1992-1996.

Initially available only at the Rhythm Of Life Records website. Deleted at the request of MacKenzie's Estate.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5021272048328
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 and 2): D9840 ROL005 01 Technicolor
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 and 2): IFPI L129
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 ): IFPI 2311
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2312
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Reviews

  • Granger's avatar
    Granger
    At long last Cherry Red is releasing a 3 x CD retrospective in April . This will feature material form the Steve Aungle sessions. A lot of unrelaesed stuff.
    • saviour888's avatar
      saviour888
      This album was briefly re-released a number of years ago by the Mackenzie estate via Billy fan, Alex Bunch. He sold me two copies of the album, which I've still got. One copy is 'factory' sealed.
      see:
      http://www.billymackenzie.com/
      • hbotis's avatar
        hbotis
        Edited 8 years ago
        It's all a rather sad end with the plight of this release. I bought it off ROL website upon its release. Still kicking myself for not ordering the Wild is the Wind cd single at the same time. The MacKenzie and Associates archive did seem to have much official releases in recent years- I wish some of the live footage will get a proper release one day on dvd or BD.
        • Lanarker's avatar
          Lanarker
          Edited 9 years ago
          I picked up my copy of this CD on the day of release in Avalanche Records in Edinburgh. Perhaps it didn't have any distribution around the rest of the country but it was sold in Avalanche in Edinburgh on its release. It was sold in shops upon its release not just from ROL's website.distributors. Steve Aungle is clear that the reason for the CD being deleted was not from Billy's family but sour grapes from ROL's Paul Haig. Pity.
          I think this is my favourite MacKenzie album. Steve Aungle's contribution is immense, the playing and arrangements are stunning. It is a real pity this CD was pulled so quickly and has had so little attention. It really deserved more. It represents Billy's most coherent work since "Sulk". I can understand why the MacKenzie Family wanted to garner some control over Billy's legacy but this represents a career high. I hope this CD will see the light of day again in the form which Steve Aungle finished it.

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