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The Supernaturals were a five-piece guitar based pop band from Glasgow, Scotland. Fronted by singer-songwriter James McColl, they signed to Parlophone in 1996 and had a string of singles which were taken from their three albums and four EPs. Other members included Mark Guthrie, Derek McManus and Ken McAlpine. The band's best known songs ("Smile" and "I Wasn't Built To Get Up") were featured prominently in a series of television advertisements, but the group never achieved the mainstream success that… mehr erfahren



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  • If anyone ever wants to trade old b-sides, early tracks, etc., I have a random assortment of about 20-30 but I'm missing equally as many that I'd love to get. Send me a PM if you're interested.
  • To answer my own question, yes, they could be. New album '360', out now. It's nice to know that after all these years they still know how to create an album full of catchy tunes.
  • Since the turn of the year, I've noticed there has been a lot of activity with loads of Supernaturals tracks being uploaded to youtube, old singles, demos etc. Then I noticed an official page of the band pop up on facebook, run the by band members themselves. It's almost as if they're gearing up for something.........they couldn't be, could they??? P.S. I don't think I'll ever tire of 'It Doesn't Matter Anymore'. One of the wrongly forgotten albums of the 90s.
  • I recently connected my MiniDisc player back to my hifi - not having used it for years' - and rediscovered a lot of music I hadn't listened to for ages. The Supernaturals 'It Doesn't Matter Anymore' was one, and I was amazed at just how good it sounded after all this time. Every song is quality, and I swear that the sun appeared in the sky as the album played. And this was at 10pm! If you don't own this 90's gem, purchase immediately!
  • They were ace! Saw them something daft like 18 times in 2 years. Everytime was a blast, except the last one after Ken had gone. Just wasn't the same. If anyone has "Dylan's day off" I'd love to hear it again
  • The were really good Could somebody upload "What We did Last Summer"? i can't find it anywhere, I would really appreciate it, thanks :)
  • Daaamn, this is crazy. "Smile" should have at least a thousand listeners... Where are ya all!!!!
  • Saw them on the somewhat desperate rolling rock tour back when I was in school.
  • smile was 1 of the songs that summed up the period in my opinion
  • Were the best band to come from scotland

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