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~ Saturday, April 09, 2005

Scottish singers and bands seem to have a bit of a thing about rain.Can't imagine why, but here are some of those wet wet wet songs:

Raintown – Deacon Blue
The History of Rain – Jackie Leven
Tinseltown in the Rain – Blue Nile
Dry The Rain - Beta Band
Stop The Rain – Average White Band
Only Happy When It Rains – Garbage
Rainy Season – Aztec Camera
Happy When It Rains – Jesus & Mary Chain
Make it Rain – KLF
Rain Dance – Big Country
Raindance – The Iron Horse
Rainbow / I See The Rain – Marmalade
Justify the Rain – Cosmic Rough Riders
Have You Ever Seen the Rain - Teenage Fanclub
Spit in the Rain – Del Amitri
Hard Rain – Bronski Beat
The Rain Fell Down – Jesse Garon & the Desperadoes
Rain – Gallagher & Lyle
Scottish Rain – Silencers
Brought With the Rain / Silver Raindrops – Bert Jansch
Why Does It Always Rain on Me? / City in the Rain – Travis
Bug Rain – Looper
Even in the Rain - Deaf Shepherd
Rain Rain / Dancing in the Rain - Frankie Miller
Patterns in the Rain – John Martyn
Here Comes The Rain Again / The Day It Rained Forever – Eurythmics

Thanks to Kenny who suggested this list and started me with quite a few. Some of these bands are only partly Scottish. Rod Stewart isnae Scottish, no matter how much tartan he splashes on.

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