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  1. Dec 10,  · "Song For Whoever" is a song by The Beautiful South, written by band members Paul Heaton and David Rotheray. The first and highest-charting single from their debut album, "Welcome To The Beautiful South", it peaked at number 2 in the UK charts in
  2. Explore releases from The Beautiful South at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Beautiful South at the Discogs Marketplace. In Concert - ‎ (CD, Transcription) BBC Transcription: UK: Sell This Version: The Beautiful South: The Beautiful South: My Book (Single) 14 versions: Go! Discs, Polygram: UK: Sell This.
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  4. Feb 02,  · The Beautiful South - Dont Marry Her (Explicit Version) - Duration: The Best Of - Home Of Classic Music 2,, views. Language: English Location: United States.
  5. The album was re-released without the cumbersome moniker in The Beautiful South reconvened the following year with new vocalist Alison Wheeler (b. 4 March ) now installed in the line-up, and recorded Gaze, their most disappointing release in an otherwise remarkably consistent career.
  6. Vinyl LP pressing. Features the censored 'furry bunny' sleeve. Welcome to the Beautiful South is the debut album by English band The Beautiful South, released in October Three singles were released from the album: "Song for Whoever" (#2 in the UK), "You Keep It All In" (#8) and "I'll Sail This Ship Alone" (#31)/5(65).
  7. THE BEAUTIFUL SOUTH released a plethora of non-album B-sides, live tracks and cover versions on their single and Maxi-Single releases. "My Book" (UK #43) was released as 12" vinyl and CD Maxi-singles (the CD version comes in a nice digipak) containing the non-album tracks "Big Bad Beautiful South," "Bigger Doesn't Mean Better" and "Speak To Me."/5(5).
  8. The Beautiful South were an English alternative rock group formed at the end of the s by two former members of Hull group The Housemartins, Paul Heaton and Dave Hemingway. The duo were initially joined by Sean Welch (bass), Dave Stead (drums) and Dave Rotheray (guitar), all of whom stayed with the group throughout their year career.

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