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First released in 1973, Broken Down Angel was a popular touring song for the band.
It hails from their album "Razamanaz" and reached #9 on the UK singles chart.
This number can be found on the 1982 album 2XS and was a single in 1983. The song started out as a demo and eventually had an extra verse added to the song.
The song reached #1 in Poland, #2 in Switzerland and #4 in Austria.
This song was a single release back in 1992 but failed to chart for the band.
It can be found on their 1991 album "No Jive".
This song is on the groups 11th studio album released in 1980 entitled "Malace In Wonderland".
This number was not released as a single.
Hard to believe that Nazareth would have a hit song from The Everly Brothers but that's what this song did or the band.
The Everly Brothers recorded this number back in 1960 but never released it as a single. But Roy Orbison did in 1961.
Fast forward 15 years to 1975 and the Nazareth version hit #5 in the UK with their cover and #8 in the US. The track can be found on their album "Hair Of The Dog".
This song is from the 1981 album "The Fool Circle".
It was released as a single but failed to chart.
This number was never released as a single but can be found on the bands 1984 album "The Very Best Of Nazareth".
This was a single from the 1978 album "Expect No Mercy".
The song did not chart.
Another great tune that was never released as a single.
You can find this track on their 2014 album entitled "Rock N Roll Telephone".
This was another single release that did not chart for the group.
Released from their 1983 album "Sound Elixir".
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