A Quarter Past Shite

by Malcolm Middleton

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adrian_lewis *Two chairs* is my favourite track, in fact one of my favourite songs ever. It's a great song to be comfortably sad with. Favorite track: Two Chairs.
David Currie
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David Currie Malcolm says it like it is and plays guitar. Favorite track: Mud On Mind.
dave Maclean
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dave Maclean its a load of auld shite but well worth listening to, great lyrics
Enzo Paolo Baranelli
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Enzo Paolo Baranelli Simply beautiful. Just hear his amazing voice over this well played guitar! There is a magical atmosphere. I received the CD (plus a bonus one) in 7 days (from UK). I like Malcolm passion for real music. Favorite track: All My Love.
Michael Legge
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Michael Legge I love Malcolm and this album is a must have because the songs are depressingly, hilariously brilliant plus he gets more and more pissed as the album goes on. Fun! Favorite track: Go Girl.
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1.
New Blue 02:20
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Mud On Mind 03:32
4.
All My Love 04:07
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Splinters 03:12
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Two Chairs 03:26
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Soon 03:07
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Sacred City 02:47
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Tally 03:56
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Blues King 03:51
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Fucker 03:19
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Go Girl 03:09
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Friday Night 03:12
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Battles 03:39
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Songs 02:33

about

Written between 1994 and 2001 these songs were too negative and depressing to make it onto my first album “5:14 fluoxytine seagull alcohol john nicotine”. Hindsight is great.

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released December 15, 2011

All songs written by Malcolm Middleton
Recorded at Salvation Studio, Falkirk, circa August 2001
P+C Around7Corners Records

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Malcolm Middleton Scotland, UK

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