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Good Luck - My Friend The Chocolate Cake - Good Luck (CD, Album)

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  1. Label: Mushroom - MUSH • Format: 2x, CD Album Bonus CD • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Acoustic My Friend The Chocolate Cake - Good Luck (, Bonus CD, CD) | Discogs 4/5(1).
  2. My Friend the Chocolate Cake chronology; My Friend the Chocolate Cake () Brood () Good Luck () Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Brood is the second studio album by Melbourne band My Friend the Chocolate Cake. The album was released in and won the ARIA Music Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album.
  3. Good Luck, a song by My Friend The Chocolate Cake on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Good Luck Lyrics: The travler wanders alone in the town / Never mind the consequences / Good Luck. Good Luck / She walks along chinatown, the resturaunts are closed / They all have the same name it'.
  5. Brood, an Album by My Friend the Chocolate Cake. Released in on White (catalog no. D; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Chamber Pop, Piano Rock.
  6. My Friend the Chocolate Cake are an Australian chamber pop group formed in by mainstays, David Bridie on vocals and keyboards and Helen Mountfort on cello and backing vocals (both ex- not drowning, waving). They have released seven studio albums with two reaching the ARIA Albums Chart top 50, Brood () and Good Luck ().
  7. Good Luck. Good Luck. She walks along chinatown, the resturaunts are closed. They all have the same name it's "Good Luck" And if your searching for hope in a two dollar gift shop. If you think that your fortune is just round the bend. If you think all this torture is just in your head. A break from the past. Good Luck. Good Luck.
  8. Get all the lyrics to songs on Good Luck and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  9. David Birdie and his mates from My Friend the Chocolate Cake have created a nimble, swirling mix of folk instrumentals, classical interludes, and sheer pop perfection. If MFTCC ever made it to a label in the States, they'd have a sure-fire hit with "Lighthouse Keeper", an uptempo piano-driven number that is as unabashadly romantic as it is.

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