The Don" is the fourth single by Dundee band The View, it was released on 23 April 2007 as a double A-side along with "Skag Trendy". It follows the singles "Wasted Little DJs", "Superstar Tradesman" and "Same Jeans", and is taken from the debut album Hats Off to the Buskers. The single did not do as well as its predecessors, only entering as far as the UK Top 40, reaching a disappointing in the UK Singles Chart.
Hats Off to the Buskers is the debut album by Scottish band The View. It was released on 22 January 2007 on 1965 Records. It was reported on the band's official forum that the album had leaked to various internet sites in mid December 2006. The album entered the UK Albums Chart at on 28 January 2007. The album charted at in the UK end of year album chart, after selling around 319,000 copies in 2007. The album has been certified platinum.
The Don/Skag Trendy". from the album Hats Off to the Buskers. The Don" is the fourth single by Dundee band The View, it was released on 23 April 2007 as a double A-side along with "Skag Trendy".
The Don Lyrics: Thinking of poems of poverty, Sitting with a tight clenched wrist, thinking how to gain authority, Oh what a soft touch of a boy, He'd wander with pride to sell and keep visions. of a don He'd wander with pride to sell and keep visions to his self Visions to his self. 6. The Don. 7. Face for the Radio. 8. Wasted Little DJ’s.
The View - Skag Trendy (Album Version). Face for the radio solo.
Infobox Single Name The Don/Skag Trendy Artist The View from Album Hats Off to the Buskers Released April 23, 2007 Format 7, CD Recorded Genre Indie rock Label Producer Owen Morris Last .
Read or print original Skag Trendy lyrics 2019 updated! Skag trendy thought he new just what to do,, He was only seventeen and he was ou. I wish somebody would love me, cos I don't have a home.
Mixed By – Rich Costey
Mixed By – Owen Morris
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Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
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