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The Mutton Birds - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: The Mutton Birds

The Mutton Birds formed in 1991. Main songwriter Don McGlashan, guitarist David Long and drummer Ross Burge had made quite a few albums between them and when bassist Alan Gregg joined in 1992 they made their first, self-titled album on Virgin Records which remained on the NZ charts for over 12 months.

Their second album 'Salty' was recorded in late 1993 with the first single 'The Heater' debuting at #1 in New Zealand, also featured on the album was their classic song 'Anchor Me'. The Mutton Birds relocated to England in 1995 and in mid 1996, The Mutton Birds made their third studio album 'Envy Of Angels'.
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The Mutton Birds first debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 1 December 2002 with the album Flock: The Best Of. There is one entry by The Mutton Birds in the charts.

Chart placings by The Mutton Birds:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Flock: The Best Of Top 40 Albums 01 Dec 2002 6 30
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