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Mary Queen Of Scots - Here Comes The End


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Tracklist


1Another Day
2I Never Wanted This
3Prelude
4Think Of Me
5Kimberley
6One Day
7Happy Ever After
8Tea And Sympathy
9Around The Sun
10Dreaming
11Tomorrow Never Comes
12Ascension Day
13Sunday All Alone
14Please Don't Cry
15Evensong
16Wonderland
17On My Own
18Here Comes The End
19Lose Myself In Sleep
20Another Sunny Day
21The Only One
22Climb Ev'ry Mountain
23Home And Away
24It's Not Forever


Notes


Only available directly from the band; insert notes:

This compilation contains songs recorded from 1991 to 1994.

All songs written and performed by Mary Queen Of Scots except 4 and 15.

Songs 2-11 first appeared as a 10 song tape in 1993.

Songs 12-14 first appeared as a split single (Bull 23) on Waaaaah!/Bring On Bull in 1993.

Song 15 first appeared on "The Sound Of Music" LP/CD (C233) on Waaaaah!/Bring On Bull in 1994.

Thanks to Kim, Brian, Richard, Ruaraidh and everyone else who helped along the way.

Product number SFF001.

A Shenley Fields Forever recording.

(c) and (p) 1999


Album


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Mary Queen Of Scots - Here Comes The End
Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
Performer: Mary Queen Of Scots
Title: Here Comes The End
Category: Rock / Pop
Country: UK
Released: 1999
Label: Shenley Fields Forever
Catalog #: SFF001
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 607
Record Source: CDr, Album, Compilation