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    Am I Wrong

    • Year Released: 2003
    “Am I Wrong” is the second single from Mull Historical Society's second album Us. It is available on two CDs and 7" vinyl.
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    Animal Cannabus

    • Year Released: 2001
    “Animal Cannabus” is the second single from the band Mull Historical Society. It is available on CD and 7" vinyl. The song also features on debut album Loss.
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    Barcode Bypass

    • Year Released: 2000
    “Barcode Bypass” is the debut single from Mull Historical Society. The song was released on 13 November 2000 on CD and 7" vinyl.
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    Cape Wrath

    • Year Released: 1979
    Cape Wrath (1979) was the second album recorded by British jazz-fusion duo Morrissey - Mullen, although it was the first they recorded in the United Kingdom. It featured a rhythm section which included Max Middleton, Richard Bailey and Kuma Harada, who would go on to form part of Snowy White's later line-ups. Side One Side Two
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    How 'bout I Love You More

    • Year Released: 2004
    Mull Historical Society is a name under which the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Colin MacIntyre performs. After a period of recording and performing under his own name for several years, MacIntyre's 2011 album, City Awakenings was a Mull Historical Society release. Mull is an island off the west coast of Scotland — the name comes from a genealogical society on the island, who have since changed their name to the Mull Historical and Archaeological Society. Mull Historical Society uses various unusual techniques and instruments in its songs. For example, Colin MacIntyre is credited to have played 'Seagulls' and 'Fire Extinguisher' for the song "Gravity", and played 'Beer Kegs' on the song "Death of a Scientist" (which was written about the late David Kelly). The Society's albums frequently sample the sounds of the world - a public announcement from the Glasgow Subway in "Public Service Announcer", and an extract from the shipping forecast in "Final Arrears". MacIntyre's album art, which varies from plain landscapes to Microsoft Paint drawings, includes 'The Giant Dog With The Wig', an oversize model of a dog with a large comedy blue wig, which came to be a symbol for
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    I Tried

    • Year Released: 2001
    ¬タワI Tried¬タン is the second single from Mull Historical Society. The song was released on March 19 2001 on CD and 7" vinyl.
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    The Final Arrears

    • Year Released: 2003
    “The Final Arrears” is the first single from Mull Historical Society's second album Us. It is available in two CDs and on 7" vinyl.
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    The Water

    • Year Released: 2008
    The Water is the first solo album by Scottish indie pop singer Colin MacIntyre, who previously made three albums with Mull Historical Society.
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    Watching Xanadu

    • Year Released: 2002
    “Watching Xanadu” is the fourth single from the band Mull Historical Society. It is available on two CDs and vinyl, and also appears on the album Loss.
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