Scottish music (2000 - 2010)


Scottish music (2000 - 2010)

= Births and deaths =

Deaths

* Kirsty MacColl (1959–2000)
* Martyn Bennett (1971–2005)

Recordings

* 2000 "Nàdurra", Capercaillie
* 2000 "Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant", Belle & Sebastian
* 2000 "100 broken windows", Idlewild
* 2000 "The Great Eastern", The Delgados
* 2001 "Da Farder Ben Da Welcomer", Fiddler's Bid
* 2001 "Loss", Mull Historical Society
* 2001 "The Invisible Band", Travis
* 2001 "Persevere", The Proclaimers
* 2001 "Outlaws and Dreamers", Dick Gaughan
* 2002 "Time and Tide", Battlefield Band
* 2002 "The Remote Part", Idlewild
* 2002 "Storytelling", Belle & Sebastian
* 2002 "Blackened Sky", Biffy Clyro
* 2002 "Hate", The Delgados
* 2002 "Prentice Piece", Dick Gaughan
* 2003 "Choice Language", Capercaillie
* 2003 "Dear Catastrophe Waitress", Belle & Sebastian
* 2003 "Vertigo of Bliss", Biffy Clyro
* 2003 "Us", Mull Historical Society
* 2003 "12 Memories", Travis
* 2003 "Born Innocent [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Born_Innocent_%28Proclaimers_album%29] ", The Proclaimers
* 2004 "Franz Ferdinand", Franz Ferdinand
* 2004 "Young Forever", Aberfeldy
* 2004 "Infinity Land, Biffy Clyro
* 2004 "Universal Audio", The Delgados
* 2004 "This Is Hope", Mull Historical Society
* 2004 "Eye to the Telescope", KT Tunstall
* 2005 "Push Barman to Open Old Wounds", Belle & Sebastian
* 2005 "Warnings/Promises", Idlewild
* 2005 "Confessions On A Dancefloor", Madonna
* 2005 "You Could Have It So Much Better", Franz Ferdinand
* 2005 "Restless Soul", The Proclaimers
* 2006 "The Life Pursuit", Belle and Sebastian
* 2006 "Lucky For Some", Dick Gaughan
* 2006 "Esoteric Escape", Keser
* 2007 "Templeton/Instinct", Desolation Yes
* 2007 "", Madonna


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