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Reacquaint yourself with Shack's back catalogue ahead of 'Best of' release

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By following the link below, you can get exclusive access to a Shack Jukebox, where you can play selected tracks from among the band’s many career highlights. We recommend you start off with the great “Pull Together”, and take it from there.

The project of Liverpudlian brothers [b]Mick and John Head[/b], Shack have always had fans among music critics (NME called Mick “Britain’s best songwriter”), and musicians (the LP is on [b]Noel Gallagher[/b]’s Sour Mash label). Now you can hear why.


You can read Uncut’s John Mulvey on the band here.

Click here to access the Shack ‘Time Machine’ Jukebox.

‘Time Machine’ will contain the following:

I Know You Well
Cup Of Tea
Al’s Vacation
Pull Together
Meant To Be
Sgt. Major
On the Terrace
Cornish Town
Miles Apart
Streets of Kenny
Shelley Brown

Shack are also about to announce a full live tour to accompany the album’s release on September 10. Keep checking for updates. We will have a pair of tickets for one of shows to giveaway too.


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