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8 thoughts on “ How Can I? - Mike + The Mechanics* + Paul Carrack - Rewired (CD, Album) ”

  1. Marn says:
    Mike + The Mechanics* + Paul Carrack ‎– Rewired Label: Virgin ‎– 5 0 2, Virgin ‎– 5 2 5, Virgin ‎– 5 9 6.
  2. Mikatilar says:
    The mechanics don't seem to be great thinkers but they are brilliant songwriters and musicians. Some people didn't like that they have used a lot more electrical sound in this album but they actually do it very well. I enjoyed it a lot and I look forward to Mike Rutherfords next project-whatever that may be and whenever it may come/5(35).
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  4. Gat says:
    Mike and the Mechanics fan site, featuring all the latest news, reviews and retrospective on their extrordinary and successful careeer. We also feature as much information on the outside activities of Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack, both solo and Mike's future work with Genesis.
  5. Akibar says:
    How Can I (Mike + The Mechanics + Paul Carrack) Hunt You Down (Mike + The Mechanics) I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) I Don't Do Love (Mike + The Mechanics) I Don't Wanna Know (Mike Rutherford) I Don't Want It All (Mike + The Mechanics + Paul Carrack) I Get The Feeling I Think I've Got The Message (Mike + The Mechanics).
  6. Zulukora says:
    Mike + The Mechanics* + Paul Carrack: Mike + The Mechanics* + Paul Carrack - Rewired ‎ (CD, Copy Prot. + DVD, Copy Prot., PAL) Virgin Records, EMI: 5 /5(4).
  7. Dimuro says:
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  8. Vujar says:
    Rewired is the sixth studio album by Mike + The Mechanics, released in This was the first album released by the band following the death of the co-lead singer Paul Young. Partly because of this, the album was credited to "Mike + The Mechanics + Paul Carrack". It is the only Mike + The Mechanics album to date with only one lead vocalist.

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