The Re-entrants | The Good, the Bad and the Ukulele

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The Good, the Bad and the Ukulele

by The Re-entrants

Ten huge hits played on two tiny instruments. All your favourite songs given the ukulele treatment.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Take Me Out
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2. Highway to Hell
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3:20 $0.99
3. It Must Be Love
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4. Sweet Child O' Mine
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5. I Feel Fine
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6. Ghost Town
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7. Back for Good
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8. Thriller
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9. That'll Be the Day
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10. Live and Let Die
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Classic pop & rock, with a twist…
The Re-entrants play it all on 2 ukuleles!

Nothing is out of bounds for this duo, from The Beatles to Michael Jackson, Take That to Guns 'n' Roses. The Re-entrants somehow manage to get in all the hooks, riffs, solos and vocal harmonies without any backing tracks or fancy tricks - nothing but two voices and two ukuleles. Their abilities on the instrument belie its cute appearance and music hall associations, and whilst the audience may laugh at two large men with such tiny instruments singing a Britney Spears song, the laughter soon turns into applause and heads shaken in disbelief!

"Their act is so very strong: they transcend the limitation of the ukulele"
George Hinchliffe, The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain


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