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The Proclaimers

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The Proclaimers are positive people. Scottish brothers Craig and Charlie Reid wish everyone could see the world as they do: not as tragedy but "like comedy," as both the album title and the lyrics to the title track suggest. Even when they address potential sadness with "After You've Gone," they turn lemons into lemonade and then some. This overwhelmingly positive state of mind might alienate those who believe in their right to mourn and reflect in their sorrows, but the infectious melodies of "Women and Wine" and the U.K. single "Spinning Around in the Air" make it nearly impossible to resist this positive pop for now people. There's said to be a musical based on The Proclaimers' songs in the works, and one senses a touch of Broadway in the Queen-like "The Thought of You" and the slower-than-expected "Dance with Me," where there will be no dancing. For that, you'll need the bouncy "Wherever You Roam" and "There's." Decade after decade, the Reid brothers keep smiles on their faces and hope it transfers to their listeners.

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Lovely songs on here!

Artistry

Always rewarding and talented.

Biography

Formed: 1986 in Leith, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

When the Scottish duo of Craig and Charlie Reid emerged in 1987, they were immediately compared to the Everly Brothers. Considering their energetic, melodic folk-rock, the comparison made some sense, even though the Proclaimers didn't really sound like the Everlys. Instead, the band was a post-punk pop band, aggressively displaying their thick accents on sweet, infectiously melodic songs about love, politics, and life in Scotland. After two albums in the late '80s (This Is the Story [1987], Sunshine...
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