The Proclaimers - 7 albums 1987 - 2009 [FLAC] - Kitlope

Size 2.948 GB   11 seeders     Added 2012-10-05 04:51:45

Stream torrent
Starting‥ You need BitLord! Get it from
To download or stream you need BitLord. Visit them at
PC Software: Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600 
File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Optical Drive Hardware: Plextor PX-716SA / Samsung SH-S223L
Optical Drive Firmware: 1.11 / SB04
Cd Software: Exact Audio Copy V1.0 Beta 3 (Secure Mode)
EAC Log: Yes
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
M3U Playlist: Yes
Tracker(s): udp://;; 
Torrent Hash: 1BC87D7E6B4016351214971A324B3EB3830AC03E
File Size: 2.74 GB
Label: Chrysalis

[b]Albums, Years & Catalog # in this Torrent:[/b]

This Is The Story 1987 CCDX 1602 (Remastered 2011) *
Sunshine On Leith 1988 F2 09463 21668 2 1 *
Hit The Highway 1994 CDCHRX 6066 (Remastered 2011) *
Restless Soul 2005 (my rip, no catalog) *
Life With You 2007 0251740872 *
Notes & Rhymes 2009 0252706547 *
Best of The Proclaimers 2002 7243 5 38682 2 2 *

* Denotes My Rip

Please help seed these FLACs! 

[b]From Wiki:[/b]

The Proclaimers are a Scottish band composed of identical twin brothers Charlie and Craig Reid. They are probably best known for the songs "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)", "I'm On My Way" and "Letter from America". The band tours extensively throughout Europe and other continents. They have released nine studio albums from 1987 until the present, as well as two compilation albums and a DVD.

In 2011, the band scored history in Scotland when two of their tracks, "Sunshine on Leith" and "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)", were featured on Scotland's Greatest Album (2011).

Craig Reid and Charlie Reid were born in Leith in 1962, and grew up in Edinburgh, Cornwall and Auchtermuchty. When they stayed in Auchtermuchty they attended Bell Baxter High School. After several punk rock bands at school they formed The Proclaimers in 1983.

The pair came to public attention when an Inverness based fan sent their demo to the British band The Housemartins, who were impressed enough to invite The Proclaimers on their 1986 UK tour. The exposure of the tour won them a January 2013 appearance on the British pop music television programme The Tube on Channel Four;[1] "Letter from America" peaked at number 3 in the UK Singles Chart,[2] whilst the album This is the Story went gold. The follow-up album Sunshine on Leith featured "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" and "I'm On My Way".[2] They had a hit with their EP King of the Road, which reached number 9 in UK in 1990.

In March 2007 they recorded a new version of "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" with television comedy characters Andy Pipkin (played by Matt Lucas) and Brian Potter (Peter Kay) for the Comic Relief charity. A long list of celebrities were featured in the music video for this new version, including David Bellamy, Rod, Jane and Freddy, Paul O'Grady, David Tennant, Frank Sidebottom and many more. This new version of the song reached number 1 in the UK Singles Chart.[2]

The band was one of The B-52s' touring partners on their Funplex tour in Australia and New Zealand in November 2009, alongside Mental as Anything.

In addition, they featured in VH1's 100 greatest one hit wonders ("I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" having been their only US hit single).

The brothers are fans of Hibernian Football Club, and "Sunshine on Leith" has become a club anthem, being played at home matches for important fixtures, such as the Edinburgh derby versus Heart of Midlothian FC, the club's city rivals. Charlie and Craig Reid appeared at their Easter Road stadium for the 'Hands Off Hibs' campaign in 1990 when Wallace Mercer, a wealthly Edinburgh businessman with direct connections to Hearts FC, attempted a takeover of the club but was defeated by fan pressure.

They are also well-known supporters of Scottish independence and have at various stages of their lives been activists for the Scottish National Party, expressing such views during their promotional tour of Britain in March 2007.[4] However in April 2007 Charlie Reid announced that he had switched his allegiance to the Scottish Socialist Party in protest at the Scottish National Party's receipt of funding from big business.[5] Many of their songs reflect their political views, such as "Letter from America" and "Cap in Hand".

On 16 May 2006 the twins announced their participation in a campaign to free a fellow Scot, Kenny Richey, from his death row sentence in Ohio, including an appearance at a charity concert.[6] Also, in 2010 they participated with Billy Bragg in a show supporting Reprieve, charity that fights the death penalty. The Proclaimers also support other charities such as The Lighthouse Foundation (addiction victims), AICR (cancer research), Drake Music Scotland (help disabled people through music) or 500 miles (amputees or disabled people in Africa). [/quote]

[b]This Is The Story [/b] 1987 (Remastered 2011)


This Is the Story is the debut album from The Proclaimers, released in 1987. It was originally released with 12 tracks but after the success of the Gerry Rafferty produced full band version of Letter from America it was repressed later that year with that track added.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Throw The 'R' Away" 
2.	"Over And Done With" 
3.	"Misty Blue" 
4.	"The Part That Really Matters" 
5.	"(I'm Gonna) Burn Your Playhouse Down" (written by Lester Blackwell)
6.	"Letter from America" (Acoustic Version)
7.	"Sky Takes The Soul" 
8.	"It Broke My Heart" 
9.	"The First Attack" 
10.	"Make My Heart Fly" 
11.	"Beautiful Truth" 
12.	"The Joyful Kilmarnock Blues" 
13.	"Letter from America" (Band Version)

[b]Sunshine On Leith [/b] 1988 


Sunshine on Leith is The Proclaimers' second and best known album, released in August 1988. The album had three singles, including the title track "I'm On My Way" and "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" which also became a hit following its inclusion on the soundtrack to Benny & Joon five years later in 1993. It is about their birthplace Leith. The title track Sunshine on Leith is played by Hibernian F.C. at the beginning of matches.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" – 3:33
2.	"Cap in Hand" – 3:24
3.	"Then I Met You" – 3:50
4.	"My Old Friend the Blues" – 3:06 (Steve Earle)
5.	"Sean" – 3:23
6.	"Sunshine on Leith" – 5:16
7.	"Come on Nature" – 3:34
8.	"I'm on My Way" – 3:45
9.	"What Do You Do?" – 3:38
10.	"It's Saturday Night" – 3:24
11.	"Teardrops" – 2:32
12.	"Oh Jean" – 5:55

[b]Hit The Highway [/b] 1994


Hit the Highway is the third studio album by The Proclaimers. It took them six years to follow their second album, Sunshine on Leith.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Let's Get Married"
2.	"The More I Believe"
3.	"What Makes You Cry?"
4.	"Follow the Money"
5.	"These Arms of Mine"
6.	"Shout Shout"
7.	"The Light"
8.	"Hit the Highway"
9.	"A Long Long Long Time Ago"
10.	"I Want to Be a Christian"
11.	"Your Childhood"
12.	"Don't Turn Out Like Your Mother"

[b]Best Of The Proclaimers [/b] 2002


The Best of the Proclaimers is a compilation album by Scottish band The Proclaimers released in 2002 and re-released in 2007. Three tracks ('The Doodle Song', 'Ghost of Love' and 'Lady Luck') were newly-recorded for the compilation.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	Letter from America
2.	There's a Touch
3.	Let's Get Married
4.	I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
5.	The Doodle Song
6.	I'm on My Way
7.	King of the Road
8.	Ghost of Love
9.	Throw the R Away
10.	What Makes You Cry?
11.	Sunshine On Leith
12.	When You're in Love
13.	Cap in Hand
14.	I Want To Be A Christian
15.	Act of Remembrance
16.	Lady Luck
17.	Make My Heart Fly
18.	The Light
19.	The Joyful Kilmarnock Blues
20.	Oh Jean

[b]Restless Soul [/b] 2005


Restless Soul is the sixth studio album by The Proclaimers, released in 2005. The group released it on their own label.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"When Love Struck You Down" – 3:45
2.	"Restless Soul" – 4:40
3.	"Turning Away" – 3:47
4.	"I'm Gone" – 3:22
5.	"That's Better Now" – 2:59
6.	"Everyday I Try" – 2:51
7.	"He Just Can't" – 4:40
8.	"Bound for Your Love" – 3:08
9.	"What I Saw in You" – 2:29
10.	"The One Who Loves You Now" – 2:30
11.	"She's Brighter" – 2:45
12.	"D.I.Y." – 2:52
13.	"Now and Then" – 3:34
14.	"One More Down" – 3:13

[b]Life With You [/b] 2007


Life with You, released in 2007, is the seventh studio album by The Proclaimers. It appeared on W14, a joint venture label between Universal Records and John Williams, the man who gave The Proclaimers their first recording contract on Chrysalis Records. The album reached number 13 in the UK album charts.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Life with You" 
2.	"In Recognition" 
3.	"New Religion" 
4.	"S-O-R-R-Y" 
5.	"No-One Left to Blame" 
6.	"Here It Comes Again" 
7.	"Blood Lying on Snow" 
8.	"Harness Pain" 
9.	"The Long Haul" 
10.	"The Lover's Face" 
11.	"Whole Wide World" 
12.	"Calendar on the Wall" 
13.	"If There's a God"

[b]Notes And Rhymes [/b] 2009


Notes & Rhymes, released in 2009, is the eighth studio album by The Proclaimers. It was produced by Steve Evans and recorded at Rockfield Studios.
The European release was June 15 2009, with the US release on August 11, 2009. It was simultaneously released as both the standard CD and a 'Special Limited Edition' 2CD set, the latter being a double, slimline jewel-case. CD2 has ten tracks: four acoustic and six live. The acoustic tracks were produced by John Williams, who had produced debut album This Is the Story.

The album, including the bonus CD, was also released as a digital download.

On June 11 2009 'I Know' was offered free by Amazon UK as a digital download 'sampler' for the album. 'Love Can Move Mountains' was the single release, having its first play on Scotland's Forth 1 radio station on Wednesday May 6. 'Sing All Our Cares Away' is a cover of a Damien Dempsey song, which featured on his 2005 album 'Shots'. 'It Was Always So Easy (To Find An Unhappy Woman)' is a cover of the title track of Moe Bandy's 1974 album.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	Notes & Rhymes
2.	Love Can Move Mountains
3.	Three More Days
4.	Just Look Now
5.	Sing All Our Cares Away (Damien Dempsey)
6.	It Was Always So Easy (To Find An Unhappy Woman) (Sanger Shafer)
7.	Like A Flame
8.	I Know
9.	Shadows Fall
10.	Free Market
11.	Wages of Sin
12.	On Causewayside
13.	I Know (reprise)

Enjoy :)
freedom.h33t.txt 39 B
Proclaimers - Best Of 2002/01. Letter From America - The Proclaimers.flac 30.028 MB
Proclaimers - Best Of 2002/02. There's A Touch - The Proclaimers.flac 24.133 MB
Gathering some info...

Register and log in Isohunt and see no captcha anymore!

4000 symbols left
Hash 1BC87D7E6B4016351214971A324B3EB3830AC03E